Can you believe that Thanksgiving is only two weeks away?! It seems as though this year has blown by! We still haven’t decided what we’ll doing this year. Between trying to find a place to live and waiting for our household goods to arrive, we’re not even sure where we’ll be. A restaurant is sounding better and better each day. Although I’ll be missing out on some Thanksgiving favorites, I feel like it gives me more time to plan for Christmas, which is my real favorite.
Speaking of Thanksgiving favorites though, I can think of one thing that was never my favorite. Stuffing. Up until my parents started making it with sausage, I never touched the stuff. I also never knew that people referred to it as dressing. My blog sponsors: Angel, Ashley, and Kelsey are all on the same page as me with calling it stuffing.
Continuing with the stuffing theme, there’s another stuffing related topic that causes a bit of a stir. Do you actually stuff it into the turkey, or is it a made as a dish on the side. Kelsey does both. Ya know, to be sure she has some leftovers. Ashley and Angel both make it seperately, and Angel’s family actually makes it from scratch with dried bread.
Since I don’t exactly eat everything in the Thanksgiving spread, I was wondering if anyone else was a picky eater life myself. Nope. Occassionally Ashley‘s grandma will cook beets, which she won’t touch, but other than that, it’s fair game. Angel and Kelsey eat it all!
Once dinner is done and it’s time for dessert, Kelsey and I are totally on the same page. One pumpkin pie for me, and one for everyone else. Ashley‘s favorite dessert is a chocolate chess pie that she picks up from the fall fest at church each year. Angel‘s favorite desserts are two homemade treats that are gone by the end of the meal, double double chocolate (YUM!) and a pumpkin/cream cheese pie that is heavenly.
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