Thursday, November 27, 2008

Thursday Farm Photo: Happy Thanksgiving!


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Want to see past Thanksgiving photos?
11/24/05: Happy Thanksgiving To You
11/24/05: Year Round Thankfulness
11/23/06: Thankful To Call This Place Home
11/22/07: Enjoying A Feast

And out of the November kitchen came:
Spicy Pumpkin Pecan Raisin Muffins (a bestseller)
Oatmeal Toasting Bread (one of my most popular recipes)
Carrot Herb Rolls & A Bargain Bread Book for Beginners

© FarmgirlFare.com, the gobbling foodie farm blog where these 600+ free range turkeys—who came rushing up to the fence when I stopped to photograph them while on the way to pick up our own pastured poultry order of 10 roasting chickens last month—are now gracing holiday tables all over southern Missouri, but we're actually having wild venison for dinner. Hey, it was handy—and free. And for that we're very thankful.

12 comments:

  1. Happy Thanksgiving, Susan!
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  2. Happy Venison Day to you!

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  3. Even a burger is great if you are safe, warm and with someone you love - Happy Thanksgiving Susan and Hunky FarmGuy and lots of fur faced companions,

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  4. Happy Thanksgiving, Susan, I hope you had a very nice and quiet one.

    This post came just in time, I'm coping the Spicy Pumpkin Muffins to make for tomorrow.... YUM

    Sharon from Western Michigan

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  5. Amen to that. It's great you get the satisfaction of providing families with healthy food. Many people today were grateful for what you do. Happy Turkey Day. Or venison.

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  6. I heard on Food Network last night that Venison was on the original Thanksgiving table. So, you are rocking it Old Pilgrim Style! Sounds yummy!

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  7. I, too, hope you had a Happy Thanksgiving. And once again many thanks to you, my brother brought a loaf of your famous Farmhouse White - soooo good!

    Thank you for sharing your farm life with the rest of us.

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  8. Gobble Gobble to you too!
    A very happy holiday to you and yours Susan, hope all is well on the farm.

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  9. Happy Thanksgiving to you at the farm! Loved the turkey photos.

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  10. Happy Thanksgiving! Hope your venison was delicious.

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  11. I absolutely love the photo of all the turkeys!

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