Friday, November 14, 2008

Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner


Are you having a traditional Thanksgiving dinner?
I am ready to venture out and try some new recipes.
So… tell me some of your favorites.
No possum please :)



15 comments:

Liz said...

Lynn I have so many but they are not my own recipes so I cant post them. I do love pumkin pie and pecan pie

Lady Lynn's Boutique said...

Be sure to add a link to where you got them from. If not you can describe them and what is special about them.

White Iris Designs said...

OMWord...Lynn that is too funny..yet kinda creepy at the same time...LOL LOL
I'll think on the recipe and repost later...after I recover from the shock of the fully exposed turkey!

Beverly Mahone said...

I don't do anything special since my family is relatively small. But when I go to my girlfriend's home for Thanksgiving--we are alsways treated to "caribbean style" which includes fried turkey and other delicacies Americans aren't accustomed to.

Missed you at the Business Divas luncheon on Thursday. We had a blast!!!

Eileen Williams said...

Lynn,
Love your bikini clad turkey!!!
But, I'm a vegetarian so Thanksgiving isn't my top holiday. However, as Liz said, I do enjoy those pies!

The Muse said...

ROFLMPatootieO
LOL LOL Love the Ms Turkey LOL !!!
As far as food selections our dinner celebration (for the entire massive clan) is as follows this year:
Turkey
Stuffing
Gravy
Biscuits
Green Beans
Corn Pudding
Spicy Meatballs
Smoked Ham
Mashed Potatoes
Candied Carrots
Tuna Cassarole
Fried Catfish
Deviled Eggs
Fried Oysters
Corn on the Cob
Banana Bread
Apple Pie
Cherry Pie
Baked Custard
Fudge
.....................
Ok I'm off to eat now, look what I have done to myself LOL

Lady Lynn's Boutique said...

Tammy, I thought the picture was creepy too; but my hubby that is was so funny.

Beverly, I am so sorry I could not make it. Some days I really wish I had employees to help keep things running. Hopefully, next time!

Muse, What time is dinner being served...I will bring my gang of 24 over to your house :)

Eileen,
I am not a Vegitarian; but I never have room on my plate for Turkey :)

Pink Lemonade Bags said...

OMgosh that picture is hilarious!

I was watching Food Network, Alton Brown's Good Eats Turkey Special the other night. I am very tempted to try his turkey cooking method which only takes 3 hours!

Melodieann said...

I may never look at turkey in quite the same way again!

We usually go to my mother-in-laws for Thanksgiving. She has the usual turkey and mashed potatoes, cranberry sauce, and candied sweet potatoes, but the one thing she makes that I look forward to all year is her fried corn! My mouth is watering just thinking about it and I still have two more weeks to wait!

Nina's Window said...

Once I get thru laughing over that pic!!!! I once wrapped a ham in a pastry and decorated the outside with vines, leaves and grapes made of pastry! So impressed everyone and myself I haven't cooked since. lol

Lady Lynn's Boutique said...

My hubby is a huge fan of sweet corn pudding. My favorite is stuffed mushrooms! The entire gang and them some gather here each year. We love it and our first purchase is Glad take home containers. We have about 25 this year and cook for about 75 so everyone gets to have the yummy leftovers.

Karen O'Bannon said...

I'm not the cook in our house. That honor goes to my husband. I do love a traditional dinner, since we don't eat that grandly on a regular basis. But once in a while I also like to break away. One year we grill barbeque pork chops, corn on the cob, and salad and invited our relatives over. It was so good.

Claudia a/k/a Happy Nutritionist said...

Wow, we're having dinner at my brother's house...everyone is bringing something, and I'm in charge of the turkey and stuffing...you've just given me a great idea!! LOL!

Nina's Window said...

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http://ninaswindow.blogspot.com/

TC said...

That is such a funny turkey! :D I'm sorry that I don't have any recipes to share. I don't cook much on Thanksgiving.