Turkey, the final episode.
I headed to suburbia for Thanksgiving - sometimes there is nothing better than going home.
So off to N.J. for some space, to eat, cook, bake and decorate.
There were 5 of us at Thanksgiving dinner and to help ease all possible confusion and chaos that usually surrounds seating a whopping 5 guests, I decided to make name cards.
I hand cut each card out of oak tag, drawing a thin boarded in black pen, for a little flare of course. I then combined a few fonts I found online, and wiggled the cards into a slit I made through the length of the cork.
To prop up the name plates I used a little wire from a paper clip - done and done!
You always need leftovers...
There was more dressing, but then we snacked...
I've said it before and I'll say it again - delicious!
We added a new tradition to this years Thanksgiving - sibling Bud Light chug off.
The 21 year old Birthday boy won, surprise surprise.
Pumpkin pie is a huge part of our Thanksgiving.
We have it for dessert, breakfast, lunch, dinner, snack, there isn't an inappropriate time to eat pie.