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It’s November 1st. We are building you a perfect Thanksgiving meal.

Why? Because in 23 days you will be eating one.

Because we love food.

Because we love what it represents.

It is a mini celebration every day.

Food always brings people together.

When there is good food around, it usually means we
break out the booze, condiments and larger forks.

Thanksgiving in our house is always about giving thanks;
but largely about family, tradition and food.

I am hosting this year. There will be anywhere between 15 and 25 people.
The more, the merrier. BTW, You haven’t rsvp’d yet!

I can’t wait for Thanksgiving. It is, by far, one of my favorite holidays of the year.
We are proud of it and incredibly grateful and thankful we are able to do it.

Join us on the first of each month as this diverse group of food lovers share their favorite recipes, tips and tricks inspired by the seasons.
The incredibly talented food blogger and esteemed photographer, Bree Hester, and her amazingly delicious creamed onions is up next.

My friend, Shannon Harrison of Jack and Ruby Studios Temecula, CA, (who knows how much I love food) invited me to be a part of her monthly food project; Lazy Susan.

Here is the one recipe that will always make an appearance at our Thanksgiving: Whipped Sweet Potatoes with Brown Sugar-Pecan Topping. It is from an old Bon Appetit circa 1997. My family starts asking whether this recipe will be at our Thanksgiving meal every year about the July timeframe.





Join us on the first of each month as this diverse group of food lovers share their favorite recipes, tips and tricks inspired by the seasons.
The incredibly talented food blogger and esteemed photographer, Bree Hester, and her amazingly delicious creamed onions is up next.

Ramekins and Amuse-Bouche Spoons from Sur La Table.

thanksgiving’s gone vegan – lazy susan november | sunny vegan - […] next up on our virtual feast is SaranTegman- booyah!    CLICK HERE to sample her T-day dish and spread the […]

tara - Um.
YUM!

Amanda - Definitely some of the best sweet potatoes I have ever seen, I look forward to making this dish soon!

shannon - YES! im getting so hungry right now…adding this to my list this year :) gorgeous shots S. Martha would be proud.

amy b - you had me at sweet potatoes. so excited to try all of these. we live on sp’s all year around here.

Bree - Delicious looking sweet potatoes. And those amuse-bouche spoons are nothing short of amazing.

» our family feast Bentley Waters Photoblog - […] of our recipes included sweet potatoes found on Sara Tegman’s blog via Bon Appetit, Martha Stewart’s turkey stuffed with fig […]

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