SO, WHAT DID YOU DO & WHAT DID YOU EAT?


Here, it was "Thanksgiving" yesterday.

We didn't really do anything out of the norm yesterday, but we did try to enjoy a nice big meal. Traditionally, people often eat turkey for Thanksgiving, but that doesn't really make sense for us. You see, here, turkey season is in the spring. If we want to harvest a wild turkey for Thanksgiving, we'd have to get it in the spring and then keep it in the freezer for a few months. Now, however, it's deer season, so we opted for venison.

We did enjoy some nice pumpkin pie afterwards, but we did not have any of the can-shaped cranberry stuff... What did you eat for Thanksgiving? Did you do anything special? The only "special" thing we really did was that he hung out with some neighbors for dessert after dinner, which was very pleasant. Here's a couple more photos of the meal.

THANKSGIVING DINNER PHOTOS

Until next time…

Make today special!


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must be very tasty

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30.11.2019 00:37
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Your TG dinner looks very yummy! What a nice way to enjoy the day! Steem on 🦃❄❤🙏

30.11.2019 00:43
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Looks like the food was yummy! Such a lovely time you might have had with your family.

30.11.2019 12:18
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I cooked turkey (3 of them) and mashed potatoes for 50 people. My wife and I lead a seniors group with others contributing to the "trimmings" portion of our feast. We completed the event with a couple of musicians playing hymns and some Christmas songs. If you can't have venison, turkey was a nice back-up : )

30.11.2019 18:24
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