Thursday, November 25, 2010

Thanksgiving Dinner

We actually had Thanksgiving Dinner last night, Wednesday here at our house.

We had quite a spread as everyone wanted to bring something.


Ham and Turkey


Homemade gravy(yummy)and homemade cranberry/orange relish


cornbread dressing


cabbage casserole


mashed potatoes


sweet potatoes



broccoli rice casserole


collard greens



green beans and new potatoes


macaroni and cheese



sausage and wild rice stuffed acorn squash



deviled eggs



and as if there were not enough carbs....yummy, yummy rolls!!


On to desert....



Pioneer Woman's cranberry pecan pie


pumpkin pie


oatmeal peach cheesecake bars


pumpkin cheesecake trifle


banana pudding(decorated by my youngest dude, don't you see the smiley face??)


wine cake


After all this food, little Oliver summed it up best as to how we all felt...





Seriously, the food was fabulous, and for the blessing of it I am truly thankful.


BUT my life would not be complete without these three dudes...

In all their goofiness(does a boy ever pose for picture without being fussed at???)


And of course, this dude, for making this life all possible....


As much as I love little Oliver, I don't mean him(just this one time)!


I am so thankful for all the blessings that our Lord and Savior has bestowed upon me and family.

Fondly,
Ann

PS~On to the Christmas decorating!!!

10 comments:

Angela said...

Oh Ann, what a beautiful post...Got all teary eyed girl. I love the pic of the boys. They are so handsome..Love their poses,,reminds me of my boys...lol.

MY goodness, the food all looked so amazing...are you Italian,,LOL. Reminded me of our family dinners TONS of food...

I loved Oliver on the couch, that was just too precious.

Nice 'family' pic of the three of you also,,lol.

~ Pink Flamingo ~ said...

MMmmmm, yumsville. But I have to wonder -- cabbage casserole?!?! WTH(eck)? Love the pic of the boys. Not sure I have ever seen all of them at the same time. :) Have a wonderful "rest of the weekend!" xoxo

Marla @ Always Nesting said...

What a handsome family of men - the young and your hubby. That's so much food. Love the photos and it all looks so good!

Denise said...

Oh my gosh, what a spread, it all looks delicious :) Hope you had an awesome day, well of course you did, you just showed us :) Your little Oliver is just so cute in the picture.
Have a great weekend Ann, we're putting the tree up today.
hugs Denise

Linda said...

The only question is............did the homeless enjoy your dinner too? What a large spread you had!!!! It all looks delicious, though. No small, thin slices of turkey for you!!!
DId you get some shopping in today?
Miss you,
Linda

Sweet Bee Cottage said...

Looks so yummy! It's interesting to see the different traditional foods you have. I can honestly say we've never had collard greens for Thanksgiving! :) I would have loved to have a little sampler plate. I made appetizers for my husband's family Thanksgiving - from Pioneer Woman. Boy she is awesome. I made bacon wrapped club crackers with parmesan cheese and mystery rolls (blue cheese - yumptious!). I'm so glad you had such a wonderful Thanksgiving! We did too! Blessings to you and yours!

me said...

Wow . . . I wish I could have had that meal!!! Fabulous!

chantalhughes said...

oh my, now i really miss the yummy food/treats you'd bring to chosun on shipment days!

Dena E's Blog said...

Sweet Sis,, you are just BEAUTIFUL Girl!!!! So is Oliver too,, in his wonderful pose there above.. Just had to stop by and say "Hi" at ya!!!God's Love and Blessings on you and in your weekend too!!!
Hugs Dena

The Yellow Cape Cod said...

Um, that looks like the most delicious Thanksgiving Dinner ever, in the history of Thanksgiving Dinners.