Holidays

Thanksgiving Menu {2018}

What are you thankful for? I’m thankful for Thanksgiving food! I’ve been thinking about this menu for a couple months now and I’m so excited to enjoy the process of making, serving and eating these dishes. Here’s my menu for this Thanksgiving!

Thanksgiving Menu

We have some fun things planned for Thanksgiving week, so we might not be eating our Thanksgiving meal on November 22nd. Rest assured though, it will be eaten at some point during the month!

I love the quote on the chalkboard above (from my Mom’s house a couple years ago). I want to encourage you to be grateful with not only what you have, but who you have.

Even if you celebrate Thanksgiving with “just” your husband (whether it’s because you do not have children or because your children are with the other side of the family this year), make it special! Set the table, light some candles and linger over your dessert. There’s as much value in a gathering of two as a gathering of twenty.

Who’s ready for Derby pie? I am! 🙂

 

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12 thoughts on “Thanksgiving Menu {2018}

  1. Now I’m in the mood for a Thanksgiving feast!! We are traveling for the actual holiday, but I always make a Thanksgiving meal for just the four of us when we get home. It’s delicious and we get all of the leftovers. I heard someone say that Thanksgiving is all about the sides!! They’re my favorite part – sides and pie 🙂

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  2. Ooh, so yummy! It is so much fun to plan the Thanksgiving menu. I agree, it’s so important to be grateful for who and what we have. My side and my husband’s side come to our house on Thanksgiving at the same time. We celebrate together all day and it’s great!

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  3. Your menu looks so good! I have been planning ours too. We always celebrate even if it’s two. Baked chicken for the win with all the yummy sides! Our family isn’t large so a holiday meal is much like a Sunday meal with extras. Enjoy the season!🍂

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  4. Thanksgiving is one of my favorite times of the year, and not JUST for the food. I cherish every bit of family time with most of my family and now with my husbands family, too. The running around in between kind of sucks though.

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