There’s a joy in making every meal a matter of great taste, most especially Thanksgiving dinner with all its traditions. The 2020 holidays will most certainly look like no other, and for many of us it will mean a much smaller gathering. I come from a large family, and am used to cooking for dozens. There will be something elegant in prepping for an intimate group. As this year’s holiday menu has been drafted, I look forward to deviating from tradition, and will let you in on a secret….. I purchased a 7-Layer Caramel Cake from Caroline’s Cakes since, I didn’t have time to bake. I know what many of you traditionalist are thinking …… she couldn’t bake her own cake. But, I cannot tell you how liberating it felt when I arrived home from running errands over the weekend and saw boxes sitting on the counter. Whew… that’s definitely how you start the holiday by purchasing a few items, as well as making and baking a few.
Gather round to give thanks for family, friends, health, and happiness!!!
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Happy Thanksgiving Kathleen………….I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with family and friends. Again, congratulations on 8 exciting years of blogging with Stylish Heath.
Thank you for such gracious thoughts and am truly looking forward to many more years of blogging. I hope your holiday was delightfully cozy with dessert.
It was very quiet at Heath this year, Thanksgiving was not the same without you and the rest of the family.
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