Monday, November 28, 2011

Holiday Eats

Since I haven't posted since Thanksgiving, I am kind of behind in finding about all your Holiday Eats.

What was on your table over the Thanksgiving week? Here are a few of the goodies we had.

Brian loves turkey and I love lamb, so we had two main meat dishes this year; we each prepared the protein that we selected to make it just the way we like it.
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In addition to this, our menu also included Pumpkin Ricotta Ravioli, Potatoes, Green Bean Casserole and Cranberry Sausage Stuffing.
Now it's your turn, I want to hear about yours!

(PS. I will be posting the two dessert recipes pictured here on the City of Dionne Faceb
ook page.)
(PPS. The winner of the Curate & Love Giveaway is Kate. Congrats!)

29 comments:

Sarah said...

Num-Num Dionne! Will you cook for me sometime?!

Happy Monday bloggy friend!

avant garde design said...

holy cow! i mean turkey and lamb ;) those dishes look divine...ah, i didn't cook, but boyfriend did and he is a great cook! lucky me, can't wait for your recipes, they always tempt me...have a great monday!

GLENDA CHILDERS said...

Your meal looks delicious. How fun that you both cooked.

Our family all loves cooking together. I do all the prep and the turkey. Then on Thanksgiving day each person cooks one side dish. So easy and fun.

Thanks for sharing your Thanksgiving.

Fondly,

Glenda

Sarah said...

Wow, this gets me excited for Christmas so I can have another feats =)

- Sarah
http://agirlintransit.blogspot.com/

Dancing Branflake said...

Man, you guys went all gourmet! This is totally restaurant quality. Love those desserts. One day I'll be like you!

amy b.s. said...

wow. everything looks and sounds amazing.

Daisy said...

This looks so good! You need to open a restaurant!

Carmen @ Forgotten Fancies said...

Yumm, I'm heading to facebook now to get those recipes! YUM!

Jessica Di Giacomo said...

yummy!!!!your pics are so inspiring for me!
xx
Jessica

Shea said...

Wow, my mouth is watering over both the turkey and lamb! I've never made lamb, but it's on my must-make list! We had lasagna this year--we went a little non traditional!

Lily from Birch + Bird said...

Yumm! I love that you each cooked your own favourites! I really need to get more inspired in the kitchen...all of your other dishes sound mouthwatering too!

Looking Glass said...

Oh! Yum! Dionne, this all looks amazing! I'm hungry just looking at it!

~ Clare x

Sarah said...

Both the lamb and turkey look incredible! This year my aunt made a new sweet potato recipe with apples and whiskey. They. Were. Amazing. I've been begging her to give me the recipe so I can make them.

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Christina- floresdelsol said...

wow!! that all looks so yummy. and pumking ricotta ravioli sounds so good too. I was actually sick on thanksgiving but my hubs made an amazing juicy turkey that he had put in a brine and everything. YUM!!

rebecca said...

pumpkin ravioli sounds like a good idea for the holidays. yum!

Jess said...

Oh yum, that lamb sounds delicious! Food is definitely the best part of the holidays!

Becca said...

you had the prettiest thanksgiving food!

was it just the two of you?
apple pie ice cream sounds so perfect!

tender b. said...

Apple pie ice cream! Good call.

L'Atelier said...

it looks all delicious and amazing!
thanks for sharing more recipes!! i really loooove them
xo

Sam {fitnessfoodandfaith.blogspot.com} said...

sounds like a fabulous menu!! love that you include lamb. so tasty :)

have a wonderful weekend!

Barbara said...

Double yum on that panna cotta, Dionne!
Off to get the recipe now....

Sara C. said...

Maybe it's lunch time, but i would eat litterally everything you posted!
Have a lovely Day

Sara C.

Tamara Nicole said...

Looks delicious! Esp the panna cotta!!! Mmmmm

Hope you are doing well dear!

http://www.stylesoftamaranicole.blogspot.com

Lara Kasabian said...

Hi Dionne... thank you so much for leaving a comment on my blog!

..All these ideas are very inspiring :)

xxx

Wise Apple said...

Yowza, everything looks delicious! And here I was just feeling proud I didn't burn myself making the pumpkin pies this year! Lol!

You're so inspiring, Dionne!

Jaclyn said...

Both of those desserts sound so good and look incredibly tasty.

derry said...

Very entertaining subject, I will bookmark your website to check out if you publish more in the future. Thanks!