Ferrara Food: From my Family to Yours

So this past week was Thanksgiving!  A time for family, food, and celebrating all that we are thankful for. Also a time to eat way more than you should and then strain to try to get even your stretchiest pants on.  But don’t really stress on that, because you only live once so you might as well eat good food! So this post is to document what I ate for thanksgiving, although, I didn’t really partake in cooking any of it.  When I am home, I don’t cook.  Enjoy the pictures and hopefully some recipes will come to follow!!

 

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Peach Pie
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Super easy, just peaches, sugar, and pie crust

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Looks delicious huh?!?

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Our antipasto platter

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The dinner setting, turkey and gelt included
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Fresh cranberry walnut breadIMG_0848

Lasagna with spinachIMG_0850

..and lots of cheese
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the best kind of cranberry sauceIMG_0852

but this homemade one with pomegranate seeds is pretty good tooIMG_0853

sweet potatoes

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Mashed potatoes, a classic

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grandmas contribution: puff pastry with sweet potatoes and sugar. like an open faced pie
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chicken and turkey; cause we need two kinds of poultryIMG_0861Place setting, family included

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green bean casserole; I personally hate itIMG_0863

My plateIMG_0864

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IMG_0874Apple, pumpkin, peach, and mince pie (pecan was also on the table)

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