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. 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?

  4. Liz @ BLog is the New Black

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

  5. 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…

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

  7. 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!

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

  9. this looks perfect – when should I show up ?? ;)

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

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

  11. Briana

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

  12. 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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