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Avocado blended with cloves of garlic and a squeeze of fresh lemon juice. This simple to make garlic lemon guacamole is delicious and great for a quick snack.
We’re quickly approaching the end of November, and I am soo not ready for that yet. Once December hits, I know that Christmas is just around the corner. But I love that the holidays brings everyone together. Any excuse to eat and celebrate, right?
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving! I took most of the weekend off to just catch up on sleep and do absolutely nothing but watch Christmas movies, read murder mysteries, and eat leftovers. And it was amazing because I don’t get to have that kind of break often.
Plus, we ended up getting our Christmas tree this weekend too! I said that we’d settle for a small Christmas tree this year since we don’t really have room for it. But when we got to the Christmas tree lot and walked around, I spotted a 6 foot tree that seemed just perfect. I ended up buying it on the spot. Sooo….. so much for buying a smaller tree this year. Lol. Did you get your Christmas tree yet?
In the meantime, if you still need ideas for Thanksgiving leftovers, which we’re almost done with now, I found some amazing recipes below.
A double crusted lattice pot pie filled with leftover turkey and vegetables. This leftover turkey pot pie is the perfect comfort food for cold days.
I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with lots of good food. I spent most of Wednesday prepping for Thanksgiving so that all I had to worry about the day of is how many times I can refill my plate. And maybe naps in between eating.
syLeftover turkey, crispy bacon, scrambled eggs, roasted mushrooms and onions served in bacon cheddar biscuits. These leftover turkey bacon egg breakfast biscuit sandwiches are so delicious and the perfect way to use up your Thanksgiving leftovers.
Happy Thanksgiving Eve!
Just one more day until Thanksgiving, and I am totally sharing these Thanksgiving leftover recipes with you now. I know that the moment Thanksgiving is over, I’m looking for fun ideas to incorporate all the leftovers. And to be honest, I’m the one insisting that we need a turkey every year.
Rice crispy cereal and melted marshmallow with pumpkin spice in every bite. These pumpkin spice rice crispy treats are super easy to make and perfect as a fall dessert.
One last fall treat before Thanksgiving!
I can’t believe that we’re just a couple days away from Thanksgiving. I’ve been going grocery shopping pretty much every day this week. At this point, I think I have everything I need. But I’m going over all my recipes again just in case.
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Pomegranate juice and vodka shaken then topped withDASANI® Sparkling Raspberry Lemonade, crushed ice, pomegranate seeds, and fresh mint leaves. This sparkling Pomegranate Raspberry Lemonade Vodka Soda is perfect for entertaining.
I’m counting down the days until the holidays, my favorite time of year. There’s something about the last two months of the year that just feels exciting. Maybe it’s because of the food-filled holidays, maybe it’s because it’s the season of giving, or maybe it’s because there are just plenty of reasons to celebrate. Whatever the reason, I’m ready for it.
Only a few days left until Thanksgiving! Are you ready for it?
I’m already stocking up on ingredients and supplies for Thanksgiving. If you haven’t started making your shopping list and gathering your ingredients, the time to do it is definitely now. You don’t want to wait until the last minute to shop. Lines are ridiculously long and ingredients do sell out.
In the meantime, I wanted to share with you a few of my favorite Thanksgiving recipes in case you still need ideas. <3
It’s been a really difficult week in California. You may have heard that there are fires burning both in the North and in the South. The Camp Fire, as the wildfire in the Northeast part of California is called, has been devastating. So many lives lost, so many people without homes. It’s going to be a difficult holiday season for so many people. And as awful as it sounds, and as depressing as it is, these wildfires seem to be our new reality.
San Francisco has been smoky since last Thursday when the fire started. Since then, it has gotten so much worse. Our homes smell like smoke. We’re told to wear masks when going outside. A blanket of orange haze sits over the city. And it is predicted that this will continue for at least another week.
This photo shows what it looks like at 9 in the morning.
In the mean time, since we’re less than a week away from Thanksgiving, we’re going to talk about Thanksgiving recipes. These are my favorites from this week.