18 Responses to “Thanksgiving Lunch Menu 2010”


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  1. I want to come to your house for Thanksgiving!

  2. Yum! My mouth is watering just thinking about all of these delicious dishes.

  3. are we all invited? 🙂

  4. Sounds perfect to me! What sweet potato casserole recipe do you use??

    • @Erica, I’m not sure.. I am thinking of just baking some sweet potatoes, removing the skins and mashing with a bit of salt and a touch of milk for creaminess, then topping that mixture with alternating rows of marshmallows and toasted pecans? Do you have a good recipe I should be using?

  5. Liz @ BLog is the New Black

    Oooooh, love your recipe ideas. Annnd the pic of you in a costume!

  6. I adore your menus. They’re my go-to in the blog world!

    You should start a tv series a la “You’re invited to Mary Kate and Ashley’s..” except it’s RhodeyGirl. No, of course I don’t still watch those… every day…

  7. So cute! I love the menu and the photo of you with the pumpkin in hand!

  8. This is fantastic! I wish we were celebrating at my house (almost) but I’m sure it will be at my aunt’s like always. There the food is served buffet style!

  9. I am so excited for Thanksgiving already! Pumpkin pie and turkey is much more fun to think about than Halloween candy

  10. this looks perfect – when should I show up ?? 😉

    I am really looking forward to making some fun vegan holiday dishes!!

  11. delicious menu! i can’t ever have a thanksgiving meal without sweet potato casserole

  12. Briana

    Sounds delicious! But I don’t know if anyone would have room for dinner afterward!

  13. Since I’m Lebanese; Thanksgiving is always a mix of “American” and Lebanese; so that means Turkey, Stuffing, Potatoes, Green Beans, Cranberry Sauce….AND Chicken & Hushwei (a meat & rice stuffing), Stuffed Grapeleaves, and Kibbe Neyeh! (a raw meat dish, similar to steak tartar, but with lamb – of course!)

    Your menu sounds elegant, enjoy!

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