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Getting ready for T Day

Today I am starting to get out all my extra dishes and serving bowls and platters. Got to wash the stem ware and clean out any thing I don't need in the refrigerator for extra room for the Thanksgiving Feast! I am so thankful to God that I can be in my home and cook a Thanksgiving dinner to share with loved ones.

I have not had a kitchen that I could cook a big meal like this in for years, and this will be a first in a long time! My husband has worked so hard putting together my new kitchen and I am so proud of him, and to be able to use it!!

Now here is how I am going to be cooking my turkey:

 Doesn't that just seem dreamy?

And I won't do this with out stuffing the Turkey.
Oh, no, can I stuff M.C. Turkey?

 Well, I will do my best!
Smiles and love to you all!
Blessings,
Little Susie Home Maker

Comments

  1. Good luck with all the prepping and cooking. We are going to my son's home on Wed. night....I know weird, but there is a reason. Then Thursday I wil have a mini dinner for hubby and our single son. Very low key. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  2. Congrats on having that kitchen now. And have fun with preparing the meal and making memories.
    Blessings and farmhouse hugs,
    Cindy

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  3. Enjoy your new kitchen this holiday season! Best of luck with meal prep :)

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  4. Susie that will be great to use your new kitchen! I need to get out my platters and such forth tomorrow. Today I am getting my hair done. It's shaggy and needs to be pretty again. At least i hope it turns out pretty. How cute is this video. Have a wonderful and Happy Blessed Thanksgiving Susie!

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  5. Have fun prepping and cooking Susie! So fun to have a new kitchen to do it in!! Happy Thanksgiving! xo Heather

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  6. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  7. Have a Happy Thanksgiving! I loved the videos...so cute.

    Blessings,
    Amy Jo

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  8. I am serving 19, YIKES! My kitchen small so we will be spreading out into the living room. Enjoy that new kitchen!

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  9. Hi susie, I loved both videos! Yes, the turkey MUST be butter basted! Love that butter!! Have a wonderful holiday in your new kitchen. I'm thinking of setting my table tomorrow with my vintage wheat dishes. anxious to see how it will look.
    Hugs,
    Jann

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  10. My husband and I enjoyed watching the videos. The second one really gave us alot of laughs. :)

    I hope that you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family. I'm sure you're going to enjoy cooking in that new kitchen of yours.

    Blessings! :)

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  11. Great videos!! Fun. Have a great Thanksgiving!!

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  12. I've got two little "Hunters" at my house, but we call them Stewart and Maggie. Both are miniatures.

    Happy Thanksgiving. Your holiday blog design is lovely.
    Amy

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  13. Hey there again, I saw the house you sent to Deb, it was adorable! Pretty reds like a candy cane, too cute!
    Dorothy

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  14. What a cute commercial. Happy Thanksgiving my sweet friend.
    Hugs
    donna

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  15. I love that vintage ad! The videos were cute too. Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving, Laura

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  16. I'm waiting to hear about your Thanksgiving! Need a post and pics! lol I'm sure it was a great one!
    Hugs
    Dru

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  17. You find the cutest retro graphics and videos. Thanks for giving me a chuckle. Hope you had a great holiday and that you enjoyed your kitchen......

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