Thanksgiving Dinner: Panic and Frenzy

Okay, not ACTUALLY panic and frenzy yet….but it could happen. Most years we try to spend most of the month of November sharing our favorite recipes and tips for Thanksgiving holiday food. This year…evidently not so much!

For a couple of reasons, our posting has been sparse this month. Laura is working and managing a busy chaotic household. I, Barb, have been inundated with guests, events, and crises. Most recently, our dad had a heart attack while visiting us. He will be having bypass surgery tomorrow, Friday, at a hospital about 2 hours from my house. Needless to say, our plans for a lavish Thanksgiving dinner have been put on hold as wait for things to develop here.

Good thing we have all our favorite recipes and foods well-documented here! There will be no new, inventive, innovative recipes this year but all our old favorite standbys are here.

We don’t want to leave y’all in the lurch for Thanksgiving-Dinner-like-grandma-used-to-make so here are some suggestions as you plan your Thanksgiving feast.

To start with, we recommend that you click on the category link for Thanksgiving holiday foods. There are SIX pages of links to all our favorites so check it out!

Onions for Thanksgiving turkey stuffing

I’ll try to get back here to share a little more on the topic of Thanksgiving but I’m not making any promises.


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5 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Dinner: Panic and Frenzy

  1. Our thoughts and prayers go out for your father. I too, have had by-pass surgery(quadruple) four years ago this month. I have made a full recovery, and I am sure your father will also. Modern medicine has come a long way. Best wishes for a Happy Thanksgiving!

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