Hope you all had a fantastic Thanksgiving..

The big surprise for me was that I was not running around like a chicken with my head cut off.  I planned ahead and I must say it came together nicely.

Samantha found a recipe for cranberry sauce, we were just going to buy the canned one but after reading the ingredients we opted to go without if necessary.  This one had apples in it, next time we will just go with cranberries, still good but prefer not to have the crunch of the apples.

My beautiful turkey from the farm, I am so glad I made the effort to purchase this beautiful turkey this year, turned out beautifully.

Yea my leg tie did not hold out, oh well no matter.
Homemade pecan pie, I will share this recipe shortly.  I have to say it turned out perfectly if I do say so myself, trust me I know I have run the gamut of overcooked too dense to running and what the hell happened to the pie, this one was just right. =)

Brandy glazed carrots, yum!

Our simple spread of yummy food and my favorite plates that we picked up last year at the Fiesta Outlet and finally got to use. =)

See my pretty pie, well now I didn’t say the crust was picture perfect, but it was all edible perfect so I will take it.

New pie we tried this year, peanut butter and chocolate, you pretty much can’t go wrong.

Happy Thanksgiving.
Living Green wishes you a peaceful and joyful Christmas season.

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