Saturday, November 27, 2010


We had 15 loved ones for dinner and it was fabulous.  Our turducken Thanksgiving was a success although I have to admit I'm still a little grossed out by the whole thing.  I didn't even try the turducken, I just couldn't go there.  Not even the chicken.  I had a lovely protein-free meal.  Everyone else who tried it said it was good.  All the meat was moist and flavorful.  I think the consensus is that if you want to try it one year you absolutely should.  I ordered ours from here.  There is still time to order one for Christmas!  (If you're just checking in on this blog and you don't know what a turducken is, you can read this to learn).

Our day, in pictures:

The night before Thanksgiving, Lauren picking Uncle Cory's nose.

Grandma and Drew peeling potatoes.

Drew's gorgeous Thanksgving Day table.

The family that argyles together... well, you get it.

Drew and Grandpa having a leaf fight.

Following in Jennie's footsteps.  Maybe she'll be wearing a Boston Militia Superbowl ring someday, too.

The Peters boys.  Daddy, William, Grandpa, Uncle Cory

The kids at Thanksgiving.  How cute are little Ethan and Lauren at their own table? 

The turducken!

See?  Nooooooo thank you.

Table of glittery pumpkins, stolen Mormon leaves, candles, good food, and love.

The awesome house across town we go see after Thanksgiving dinner.

Hope your Thanksgiving was made complete by a good meal shared with those you love.

Now on to Christmas!!

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  1. i also had a protein free thanksgiving:)

  2. At least the turducken looked great...I'm sure it was good too but I can see why you wouldn't try it. Too funny! Tell Drew her table is GORGEOUS...she did such a good job!

  3. I see why you chose not to eat protein. Looks interesting! Also, looks like you cooked it perfectly! Pretty decorations and lots of fun on your day :)

  4. There's just something wrong with doing that. It's like...humiliating the animals, kinda... I dunno. Hmmmm, I'd go straight for the pumpkin pie.


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