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Canadian Thanksgiving 2011



Mosaic for Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian Blogging friends.   It has been the most wonderful weather here with warm temperatures.  We had our family dinner yesterday so that the kids could go to dinner to their spouses or soon to be spouses family dinner today.    Our oldest son got a deep fryer for cooking a turkey for his birthday and we decided to try it out.   It took approximately 45 minutes to cook the 12 lb bird as apposed to the 4 hours in the oven.   Stuffing had to be made in the oven and the gravy came from a jar.   I cooked my own pie pumpkin this year and I much prefer it to the can of pumpkin puree.   It was a lovely dinner.   I ate too much and will have to watch it for the rest of the week or my dress won’t fit for the youngest son’s wedding on Saturday.   

I am joining Mosaic Monday with Mary at DearLitteRedHouse.   Have a great week.   Valerie


Georgianna said…
Very Happy Thanksgiving to you, Val! Sounds like a wonderful celebration! Oh, and a wedding coming up. Even more exciting. Congratulations. – g
FinsFan said…
Happy Thanksgiving Canada!! :)
Beautiful mosaic Val. Glad you had a great celebration dinner. Be calm this week:)
eileeninmd said…
Happy Thanskgiving to you and your family. Your dinner sounds delicious. I love turkey and pumpkin pie.
Canadian Thanksgiving is so much like American Thanksgiving in tradition and custom. Any holiday when we get together with family and friends to give thanks is perfect to me!
Pondside said…
Happy Thanksgiving, Valerie! Just take an extra walk or two and that dress will zip right up! I hope there will be photos of the wedding - I am curious about all things 'wedding' these days.
ellen b. said…
What a fabulous Thanksgiving mosaic. Love it!
Teagarden said…
I wish, we had t
Thanksgiving too...but we haven't....
Have a nice week,
Jann Olson said…
Happy Canadian Thanksgiving to you! Looks like you had a glorious day. The food looks delicious. We have done a turkey like that a couple of times. Pretty tasty bird! Loved your mosiac. Thanks for visiting me. Now following you.
Glad you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. I love the turkey cooked in the fryer - I also love it in the oven. The pie sounds delicious.
Have a wonderful week!
Karen said…
Your Thanksgiving dinner sounded yummy! We've had fried turkey before and loved it. We may just do that again soon. Surely turkey can't just be for Thanksgiving or Christmas, right?
Have a great week and enjoy that wedding on Saturday!
Ladybug Creek
Happy Thanksgiving Val. Your pies look delicious and I'm interested in hearing more about the way you cooked the turkey.
Snap said…
Beautiful fall colors and your Thanksgiving meal looks delicious. Amazing how much time the turkey frying saves!
sunnycalgirl said…
Very nice color and photo arrangement!
Very beautiful! I'm glad you had a wonderful weekend! ♥
Veronica said…
Gorgeous mosaic. Happy to hear you had a fab weekend!

Lorrie said…
Looks like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. We did, too.

I hope the wedding this Saturday is equally beautiful.
Barb said…
Oh it sounds like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! your photo collage is just gorgeous - I have the same pot of mums!

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