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11/18/12 7:42 P

So excited about Thanksgiving!! There's just two of us this year so I'm just doing a few basics.

Turkey & gravy
Mashed potatoes
Roasted veggies (sweet potato, brussel sprouts, parsnips)
Steamed green beans

That's all I have planned so far but I think it should be enough.

Hope you have a great holiday!!

MEG-NATALIA07 Posts: 679
11/18/12 5:09 P

KJEANNE - thanks for the tofu pumpkin pie link! I have a couple vegan friends joining me for thanksgiving!

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11/18/12 4:56 P

I like to change the traditional Thanksgiving dishes with a new twist. I now make a tofu pumpkin pie that uses tofu instead of cream and eggs. I also roast the green beans in a 450 degree oven after tossing with a tablespoon of olive oil and chopped garlic.>

GLITTERFAIRY77 Posts: 8,023
11/18/12 2:19 P

GREAT! Are you getting a whole turkey, or just the turkey breast? Fruit salad sounds like an awesome dessert alternative!
Happy Thanksgiving.

SKINNYPAT62 Posts: 7,750
11/18/12 12:28 P

I will be cooking a Thanksgiving dinner but only myself, my husband and I attending. My son likes turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and maybe a little stuffing. Doesn't care that much for dessert so I will forgo that except maybe a fruit salad. Will not make the green bean casserole that I love. He likes it, but eats very little so leaving it out. Husband is a vegetarian so will have a big salad, too. Anyway, cutting the fat where I can cause I will not gain weight for Thanksgiving! I amy indulge a bit, but I know what to do to survive! emoticon

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