Giving thanks for plates of food

December 1, 2007

Thanksgiving is a time when families eat together. It’s the one holiday that is all about folks gathered around the table, giving thanks for their blessings and the special and familiar foods served on this day. Here are a few of the dishes I shared this Thanksgiving with my daughter Mary B and Queta. They include a scumptious marionberry cobbler, Queta’s scrambled eggs with chopped parsley and cheese, a packet of Oregon sweet potato fries, fresh red cabbage from their garden, Mary B’s pear galette and Thanksgiving dinner itself.

Each delicious and all a blessing.

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One Response to “Giving thanks for plates of food”

  1. writerbakermusicmaker Says:

    Stumbled upon this blog and am captivated by your red cabbage. Not sure why. I think it’s the plumby purple against the shocking orange cutting board. The glint of the knife. I love it… I would hang it over my bake bench and it would make me smile every day.


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