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Little Susie Home Maker's Thanksgiving Menu Printable

It is one week until Thanksgiving. I am planning a dinner at my home this year. 
 I am planning a very Traditional Thanksgiving Dinner. This has come to be our family's favorites on this day.
Here is my menu.

  You can find my recipes for Peach Cobbler and  Pumpkin Pie, by clicking on my links. I would be so happy to share.
I had fun putting together this artwork that I made. I can print it out for the day, and also now to get me motivated and excited about visualizing the meal.
So I would like to make it available to my blog readers, because I am so thankful for all of you.
If you would like to have a copy of this please feel free to use it. 

I also made it a blank printable for use with your own menu.
(Right click on picture and save to your computer)

 Enjoy your holiday planning!
Little Susie Home Maker

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  1. Susie,
    That's a nice touch. You've been busy...your blog is so pretty!
    Farmhouse hugs,

  2. Hi Susie I can't believe next week is thanksgiving. I didn't eve realize that. I better get busy with my plans. I have to cook for a lot of family. Happy day to you! Hugs

  3. Love your menu it looks so elegant! Thanks for sharing the blank, Laura

  4. How sweet of you to share your pretty graphic. I saved it to my computer. If I make a menu with mine, I'll let you know! Yours sounds delicious! Enjoy your week!

  5. Thanks for stopping by and taking time to leave a sweet comment! The menu looks very lovely! ~Pernilla

  6. Your menu looks wonderful and so yummy!! Have a lovely evening!! xo Heather

  7. That looks like the perfect Thanksgiving menu I'd say!
    I hope you and your family have a great day together.
    My favorite part has always been watching the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade!
    Erica :)

  8. I hope you set a place for me! LOL! I can't wait for Thanksgiving. Me and lil' bean are ready to chow down!
    I hope you have a wonderful holiday! :)

  9. Pretty printable! I'll be over for the sweet potato casserole, baby carrots, and peach cobbler :)

  10. mmmm sounds so good. We are doing turkey and dressing as well. Our tradition after our turkey lunch is to watch old Christmas movies. I am so looking forward to it. Happy Thanksgiving my sweet.

  11. Love your art work. Your family is going to love this meal. Gotta love some brussels sprouts with turkey.

  12. Holy cow that menu looks lovely! Your family is super lucky!

  13. Yum Susie! Love your cute menu. Thanks so much for sharing it with Share Your Cup. This is our off year so we were going to my sisters. But just found out that FIL has not been invited anywhere so we may cook for just a few. Only 6 people. I have never only cooked for 6. Wonder if I can cut everything down? lol! so use to cooking for a big crowd. Your meal sounds fab. We enjoy some of the same things. Sweet potatoes or yams, candied of course are among my fav's. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

  14. Such a cute menu and your blog looks wonderful and so festive. I think your family is very lucky to have you.
    Thanks for sharing your lovely Thanksgiving menu.

  15. Hi there Susie, love your new blog look! And that menu looks fabulous! What time is dinner?

  16. I love that printable ... thanks for sharing!

  17. Sounds like a wonderful Thanksgiving Feast!!! And thank you for the printable menu!


  18. Oh that sounds great! What a feast, thank you for the recipes and printables!


  19. Hi Susie,
    LOVE your Christmas/winter banner!!How did you make it?!!
    WOW, you are having a FEAST at your home for Thanksgiving! Hmm...where do you live?! LOL!!

  20. Looks like your going to be having a delicious Thanksgiving menu. Blessings to you and yours Susie. :)


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