Friday, November 27, 2015

Thanksgiving at the Farm-2015

Ah, another satisfying Thanksgiving.
As usual, it was shared with dear friends.
This year at the McIntire farm.

This old wooden plaque greated us on the mantle.
Note the carving knife and fork from a bygone era.


Beside the plaque was this pilgrim hat.


It didn't date from the from the first Thanksgiving though.


My camera could not capture the warmth of the setting.
It was raining off and on all day but wasn't the least bit dreary inside.


This was my dinner plate.
Yes, I ate every delicious morsel!!


The "groaning board" from which I artfully filled my plate.
While enjoying dinner, we caught up on what our children and grandchildren were doing.


Did we save room for The Baker's
pumpkin pecan pie with bourbon whipped cream?
You bet we did!!

And, we left with take-out containers of leftovers to enjoy the meal again.

Thanks, Steve and Diana.
You are always perfect hosts!!

13 comments:

  1. It looks like a feast and sounds like a perfect day. The pie looks scrumptious :-). Blessings...Mary.

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  2. i love love love that table and chairs.. in fact i wish i had those chairs. or some like them. the table setting is beautiful the food is yummy... the old knife and fork is wonderful

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  3. Happy Thanksgiving, Bonnie! Your plate looked pretty much like mine did! (Except pumpkin pie instead of pecan.) I ate every bite too.

    Your friends' home looks beautiful. Such a gorgeous table.

    Blessings,
    Patti



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  4. Everything looks delicious, Bonnie! How nice to spend the holiday with good friends.

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  5. Everything looks delicious, Bonnie! How nice to spend the holiday with good friends.

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  6. You are so fortunate to have such a nice circle../oval..of friends:)

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  7. The food looks delicious and so colorful. A rainy day with good friends and good food sounds wonderful.

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  8. The best way to spend a holiday!
    Enjoy the rest of the weekend.

    M : )

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  9. Makes my mouth water all over again! That cranberry sauce looks particularly good and fresh!

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  10. Glad you had a wonderful holiday! That cranberry relish looks just like the kind my Dad used to make - I had forgotten about that!

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  11. What a beautiful table and feast. How nice to share the meal with friends. I love how everyone's food looks the same on Thanksgiving. For one day out of the year we are all in agreement.

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  12. It looks like you had a delicious feast, Bonnie! What a special Thanksgiving, Bonnie!

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