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Monday, 07 December 2009

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Crystal

Yum! I might have to make another pumpkin pie soon... Beth made it look so easy. :)

Albany Jane

Loving the meringue coated bread pudding. It looks like a big ol' pan of heaven! Lovely that you all were surrounded by family and such great food!

ToKissTheCook

This looks fabulous and I'm with Jane...would love that bread pudding recipe. Also- we used the same turkey recipe this year...how fantastic was that gravy??! And it made plenty for once- my main gravy complaint is usually the lack thereof but this year I even had enough to throw leftovers into my stock. Also, please pass along to Beth that BOTH of her serving spaces are gorgeous. The buffet and the quilt underneath caught my eye first...then I realized the "dessert table" was actually an old school oven and warmer.

Boots in the Oven

Crystal, she sure did! I don't even know how that crust came together.

Thanks, AJ! It was a good Thanksgiving.

ToKissTheCook, I'll have to see about getting the bread pudding recipe from Beth, and I'll pass along your compliments! We didn't end up doing the gravy from that turkey recipe - we did the giblet gravy instead - but now I'm sad we missed out!

Rachel

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