Friday, November 27, 2009

A Thanksgiving review.....


This is where I grew up.. although, right now, it looks somewhat like a restaurant.
I have treasures of memories in this house. Yesterday, another was made with
Thanksgiving 2009.
Gathering around the thanksgiving buffet. Hey Cutz..see the Turnip gratin??

Mom, Dad and the two oldest grandkids Darryl and Miles..Hey Dad!! Open your eyes!
Mom and her sister, Teta Phyllis.


The ultra cheesey couple..
My Mothers Black toast and marmalade dishes, looking lovely.



Grama and her little kiddies Finn and Jack..on fudge overload..and below, the cute babies of the family Reagan and Drew..

This is what Thermadors are made for..
Doing big dishes in the utility room. My handsome and handy companion of 19 years, Mr WoNdErFuL!!


My brothers big hands, messing with the leftover taters..Making the devils tower...rememeber, anyone???
Excellent cousin Marcy and her hubby Jimmer, who by the way, makes the best MArTiNiS eva..

Happy Thanksgiving
2009
We hope you had a great day!

10 comments:

Blondie's Journal said...

Looks like a fun day was had by all!!

xoxo
Jane

Cutzi said...

I just love seeing all your pictures! And it looks like your gratin turned out way better than mine did! Oh well... it finished cooking by the time dinner was done.

Millie said...

Looks like a grand time was had by all Lise! And ya gotta love a man who tackles the big dishes that no one else wants to do - what a star he is!
Millie ^_^

Just a little something from Judy said...

I consider it a privilege to step into your world for a few minutes. What a joy it is to spend time with family, and yours like a fun one to be part of. I think it would be so much fun to have a Thermador oven. I could use the space that it provides. And, a sink outside of the kitchen to use for washing dishes...what fun! Loved seeing all of the pictures.

Linda Lou said...

Looks like a blast - hope there was some Croation dishes on your table...we were in SF and had a great time eatin and drinkin-OK mostly drinkin!!

Its So Very Cheri said...

It looks like you had a lovely time. It makes me miss my sister even more.

Cheri

plo said...

Fab pictures of a fab family! I have to know the name/company of the plates in the first photo! I had those exact dishes and could not find them to put on my inventory! Hope yours was a fantastic Thanksgiving...we are well on our way to Christmas, and I am very thankful for you!

Jen Kershner said...

It sounds like a lovely day! We should all be so lucky.

plo said...

Pesty Paula here. Ok, the plates that say cloves of garlic are different...those are the ones I had...there were other veggies too: ie:asparagus...I can't find them anywhere...is there a mark on the bottom? THANK YOU! I never thought I would find them again!!! I ordered an Emma Bridgewater catalog to get the serving pieces! We are so alike! MWAH!

Laurie said...

Lovely! Found you over on Bossy's blog.

I'm from Coupeville! ....Whidbey Island, but I live in Virginia.

Love it here. Love it there--miss it like crazy. Would miss here if there! Always want to be where I'm not ...

Thanks for giving me a little slice of the west coast today!

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