11.14.2011

Girls Thanksgiving 2011

The beginnings of home-made cranberry sauce that I made mixing recipes from Real Simple and Ocean Spray | Ladies playing games | The set table

My place setting | Ready to eat feast! | My plate. Oy.

"Yule Dog" | Yummy sweet potato casserole with perfectly placed marshmallows | My roomies & the Yule Log

This is an annual meal my friends and I do; see 2010 and 2009!

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19 comments:

  1. How absolutely fun! That sweet potato cass looks so delish!

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  2. this food looks incredible. what a great time, i love this tradition you ladies have.

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  3. Such a fun tradition - looks like you all had a lot of fun!

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  4. Seems like so much fun. What a good idea!

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  5. how fun! i want to have a friends thanksgiving too

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  6. Yesterday was so fun! And your cranberry sauce and hot cider were delish!! I'm so sad it's already over :(

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  7. Looks like a great feast indeed. beautiful plate settings.

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  8. Aww... I [heart] your girls Thanksgiving!!

    xoxoo

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  9. Oh my gosh those cranberries and rolls look delicious, what fun!

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  10. this is the cutest idea jaime!!! i love that you and your friends have made a tradition of this. hope you are doing well! i miss you and all the other boston ladies.

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  11. This looks like fun :)
    I never get home to see my family for Thanksgiving anymore (they live too far away), but I'm beginning to really like the tradition of it just being my fiance and me with friends.

    P.s.- I like how nicely you set the table!

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  12. That looks like so much fun! I could really use a faux fireplace in my apartment ~jen

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  13. Aw, your sweet potato casserole looks so pretty!

    I miss celebrating Thanksgiving... have a lovely one!

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  14. I love this idea; I used to do this with my high school friends, I need to revive the tradition!

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