Happy Thanksgiving! Thanksgiving is the day, above all days, that America stops to give thanks to the Lord for all He has done. We take a moment to appreciate the good, let go of the not-so-good, and bless others with our love … and a wonderful dinner!
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Yes, we do eat on Thanksgiving, don’t we. OK, we eat a lot on Thanksgiving! My family makes a traditional dinner featuring a delicious roast turkey, matzo stuffing (yes, matzo), yams, mashed potatoes with gravy, cranberry sauce, warm dinner rolls and, of course, classic green bean casserole. (I can’t believe that I almost FORGOT green bean casserole this year – but, with a reminder from hubby, I wrote it back into the plans just in time. LOL) For dessert, this year, we have pumpkin pie and cherry pie, too.
After several days of eating leftovers, I plan on making that delicious Hellman’s mayonnaise recipe: Cranberry Turkey Leftovers Casserole. Then, we’ll be done. Back to “normal” life for at least a few weeks.
“Give thanks to the Lord for He is good and His mercy endures forever.” Psalm 136
Do you have any special family traditions for Thanksgiving? Tell us what you do!