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Saturday, November 29, 2014

Six Words and Sunday Shadows! November 29, 2014

Let's call this weekend 
"Leftovers Weekend"
Forget about "Black Friday" That's just retail madness!
Hug your friends and family and just have fun!

Kitchen shadows on Thanksgiving morning 2014

I was having lots of fun in the kitchen.....
Homemade apple pie, cranberry sauce, foccacia bread 
with delicious triple cream brie.

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Sending you all a virtual hug- and
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Have a wonderful weekend!

17 comments:

Sandee said...

I don't do black Friday, but your kitchen sounds like a great place to be. Yes indeed.

Big hugs back honey. ♥♥♥

messymimi said...

No Black Friday madness, but i'll come help with the early Christmas baking!

Gemma Wiseman said...

Very tempting taste beauties there.

mlissabeth said...

Leftovers weekend sounds a little like Boxing Day in Australia.

Leovi Leovi said...

Sweet sensations in these wonderful cakes!

Celia said...

I agree and your header is gorgeous.

Romi C said...

Happy "Leftovers weekend"!

Stephen Hayes said...

It all looks very yummy.

Rajesh said...

Nice shadows formed there.

Linley S said...

I saw Black Friday madness on TV news last night. Thank goodness we haven't followed that yet "down under" here in Australia. Your baking looked delicious.

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

Oh, it all looks so delicious!! I don't do Black Friday-never have and am not about to!

Paula Scott Molokai Girl Studio said...

By the way, I LOVE the image on your banner!!!!! That is an awesome shot to the nth degree!

Catherine said...

lovely warm festive shots

fredamans said...

That pie looks delicious!

Magical Mystical Teacher said...

Your shadow shot is unforgettable!

Finite Shadows

NatureFootstep said...

nice to notice those shadows :)

Ralph said...

Ah, leftover food after Thanksgiving. We ate well that day, our son who lives in Brooklyn was visiting, and turkey, etc were delicious. The pies are gone, just had lunch of sausage stuffing, the turkey frame to be boiled for two days of soup. The kitchen keeps on going long after that day of Thanks :)