Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Thanksgiving Recipes

I chose four photos representing parts of  the Thanksgiving dinner as possible recipe cards.  I neglected to double check on a monthly linky party which has been postponed.  So rather than delete I just did some editing.   I think these I would definitely use for recipe cards, unless you were sending a note to a real foodie (like me).  ;-)


Butternut Squash Soup


Cranberries for sauce, too


Pumpkin Pie


Turkey stock for making delicious gravy

Clicking on the caption will take you to the post and recipe.  


Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!

xo

22 comments:

  1. Love that you made the pie from a fresh pumpkin! I still haven't tried that and it looks like fun! Happy Thanksgiving Barbara:@)

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  2. Very nice collection for your November note cards, Barbara.
    I have just checked out the recipes and they all sound wonderful. The combination of flavors in your cranberry sauce sounds especially delicious. Thanks for sharing with us.

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  3. Your choices for note card photos are tempting.

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  4. Hi Barbara! Oh, love those snaps and you're making me hungry! Happy Thanksgiving to you.
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  5. Barbara, Your photo recipe cards is a great idea! Thanks for stopping by, Hope you have a Happy Thanksgiving!

    Jody

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  6. Dearest Barbara,
    Love these yummy looking dishes; especially, I've never tried he turkey(♥˘◡˘♥) Good idea of linking, my friend!
    Also, wonderful that you fixed your background♡♡♡

    Sending you lots of love and hugs from Japan, xoxo Miyako*


    ps> Finally starting to comment,whew. Visiting father (he is ok at the moment) and husband finding things he can do some thing inside of our old house like painting the rails. He alwys needs me to fetch things and all; pros and cons, p;)

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  7. Yum! I haven't made pumpkin pie from a real pumpkin in years. The muffins look delicious too!
    Your blog header looks great!!

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  8. Hi Barbara,
    I'm really crushing on that turkey wing simmering in broth! You know, I can't cook turkey for Thanksgiving because of Leo's fowl allergy. But I'll have to admit that I miss it. I'll just run over to my SIL's to get my fix! I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving, and we do have so much to be grateful for this year!

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  9. Someone else said what I was going to say and that is that I haven't ever made REAL pumpkin pie made with an actual pumpkin. Mine tends to grow in that cylindrical shape called a can. (Hangs my hand...).

    These all look great. I had forgotten all about the note card party so I'm kind of glad she postponed it. No reason you can't just link up these later, right?

    BTW, I'm still thinking about your simple question post about what if the pilgrims hadn't done what they did. It inspired me.

    I hope you have a blessed, blessed Thanksgiving. I lift all those in your area who are in so much emotional pain right now.

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  10. Hi Barbara, you make me hungry!!!I like very much your recipe. Everything delicious. Happy Thanksgiving to you, my dear friend.
    Kisses
    Alessandra

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  11. I just popped in to wish you and yor family a very Happy Thanksgiving.

    I hope that you all have a lovely day.

    Enjoy

    x Fiona

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  12. Thanks for the cranberry recipe, sounds delicious and just what I needed.
    Have a blessed and happy Thanksgiving.
    Patti

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  13. Never thought of making stock in advance - great tip. I just use the drippings of the day.

    Leann

    PS I'm following you right back!

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  14. Yum; and great idea; I could become a better cook if I grab onto your fab ideas--those muffins would be great with my morning coffee;) Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  15. Looks like a delicious meal. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!

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  16. Your photos are perfection!Happy Thanksgiving Barbara!

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  17. Happy Thanksgiving Barbara. your recipes sound delicious. I am going to miss all of that homemade yummy food. My husband and I are going out to dinner. I would love those muffins right now with coffee. The gravy I absolutely love. Enjoy your day with friends. XO Linda

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  18. I love this idea of a blog party. My favorite is the cranberry muffin one. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving. Joni

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  19. Barbara, this all looks *marvelous*!! I bet the folks who sat around the table with you were very satisfied!! :)

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  20. Your blog looks great Barbara. Very much Christmas...

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  21. We started with butternut squash soup, too, and it was delicious. Glad you had a great day!

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