Fiesta Friday #147

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  1. petra08 says:

    Hi Angie, what a feast you cooked! It looks amazing! Lucky family and I agree, sometimes it is good to stop and have a think about all that we have to be grateful for! Saying that, Happy Fiesta Friday, am so pleased I am not last again. Have a great weekend! x 🙂

  2. Monika says:

    Hi, the turkey looks magnificent, it must have been a heck of a feast! I am also the ONE cook and cleaner etc but am not complaining (too much) for similar reasons – healthy, loving family, not too old… The featured recipes look great, must get a closer look:)

    • Angie says:

      This year’s turkey was declared the best! And I went with minimal seasoning. I guess my family likes their turkey plain ? We have lots to be thankful for, don’t we? Not too old is definitely one of them! ?

  3. I hope you get a post-Thanksgiving day of rest, Angie. I’m sure everything was delicious. Hugs.

    • Angie says:

      I was even able to nap a little last night while the maniacs aka all the college-aged nephews had seconds or thirds! Now that’s reason to be thankful for ? Have a great weekend, Teagan!

  4. Looks like an amazing feast, compliments to the chef!!! i hope you all had a wonderful day xx

  5. Andy Oldham says:

    I can’t wait for next Thanksgiving! I’ll be there two days early and will even help you clean up! Lolol

  6. Antonia says:

    Your Thanksgiving spread looks amazing Angie! It sounds like you had a wonderful day. Enjoy some rest 😀 Happy Fiesta Friday!

  7. Good morning, Angie! I’m glad you guys liked the pie! And why oh why did I think it was a good idea to roll out of bed and step on the scale this morning. Ugh!! No pie for me today.

  8. Two days of cooking and a recliner…life is good. That turkey looked gorgeous Angie!

    • Angie says:

      Lol, Julie! I need more than a recliner! Though I’ve streamlined my Thanksgiving menu somewhat, keeping only dishes people actually want to eat and mostly they want the same things every year! I guess my family is stubborn ?Don’t they know I have a blog?! ?

  9. chefjulianna says:

    Wow, Angie, what a FEAST! Hopefully you had lots of leftovers so that you don’t have to cook or clean for the next week! Happy Thanks giving and Happy Fiesta Friday to you!! 😀

  10. Had a slow start this morning but a smile remembering last night dinner with the family…turkey, leg of lamb, potato and zucchini soup, apple pie made by teenage niece…yummm! Thanks so much for the feature, truly honored 🙂

    • Angie says:

      Family times are the best times, right? Especially when the youngsters start to get involved and see themselves as our peers. Things get very interesting, lol. Leg of lamb for Thanksgiving sounds so special, Zeba! ?

  11. What.a.feast! Happy Thanksgiving!!!

  12. That is generally how things roll at my house as well…lol ! Everything looks perfect especially that pie, yummy!! Happy Thanksgiving 🙂

  13. Michelle says:

    Thanks for rolling out of bed to bring us a fun filled Friday at Fiesta Friday!
    Have a great week! See you next Friday!

  14. Sherry says:

    Thanks for hosting the party!

  15. oh, that turkey looks yummy/tasty!

  16. Happy belated Thanksgiving Angie – your dinner looks stunning. Gorgeous photograph. And I had to laugh at your commentary – you’re not hungry and you’re not yet 80. Amen to that! And thanks for hosting Fiesta Friday. xox

  17. Sorry for being late to the party! Between Thanksgiving and the fact I’ve been hosting a blogging event this week it kind of passed me by until now. Your spread looks amazing Angie, glad you had a good Thanksgiving. And I have a very similar role in our house too 🙂

    • Angie says:

      I think Julie mentioned your blogging event. Wish I had known earlier. Probably my fault for not paying close attention. So many things going on at this time of year! I’m also supposed to be doing a Fiesta Friday challenge but haven’t even come up with a theme! Oh, brother! I’m glad you made it, though. Wouldn’t be the same without you, Caroline! ?

  18. Arl's World says:

    Hi Angie! It sounds like you had a wonderful Thanksgiving. What a delicious looking turkey spread! The pies always get me …I just can’t stop eating them. Now to be good until Christmas! 🙂

    • Angie says:

      Same here, Arlene! The pies are my #1 enemy, or friend depending how you look at it ?? I’m planning to lose a few pounds so I can gain them back at Christmas, lol ?

  19. Marguerite says:

    That feast looks like an absolute FIESTA! I wish I had the courage to cook an entire bird. I’m super ashamed to admit I never have, we always go over to my brother in laws house for Thanksgiving. Talk about being thankful 😉 Counting down the days till Christmas x

    • Angie says:

      Thanks, Marguerite! Yah, I hear you about the whole entire turkey thing. It felt like wrestling a beast! I keep telling myself it’s only once a year… Besides, there’s a lot of power in being the cook. I can pretty much boss everyone around, lol ? On the other hand, you’re pretty lucky your BIL takes care of everything!

  20. Hey Angie! I don’t see the button to upload my recipe…. There is something wrong or it is just me having problem?

  21. Jhuls says:

    Oohhh! Angie, that photo of your made my mouth water! 😀 Absolutely stunning!

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