Thanksgiving Thoughts

Hope you enjoyed your Thanksgiving and that it was filled with family, friends, and lots of food and fun! We had plans in the morning to serve the homeless in downtown L.A., which Colleen and the kids did. I was sidelined with a worsening case of bursitis in my right hip (long story). I am glad to say they had a great time and my hip is feeling better today.

We then hosted Colleen’s sister and her daughter, Colleen’s parents, my Sister and her husband, and a single mom from church, along with her son for the traditional Thanksgiving turkey and trimmings.

I can’t imagine Thanksgiving without turkey, and I really enjoy doing the carving. I am always looking for the best ways to pull this off, and I think I’ve found the best so far, though I haven’t use it yet. I found it AFTER dinner!

Click here to see it. I’ll use it on my next turkey a few days from now. That first turkey is always so good, and it’s so cheap this time of year, I always buy another to cook later. My mother-in-law taught me to BBQ it a few years ago, so if the weather complies, I’ll probably do it that way.

If you get to use the carving method attached here, let me know how it goes!

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