What about your holiday shopping list? I’m a little nervous about the fact that there are six fewer days between Thanksgiving and Christmas this year. I don’t know about you, but that inspires me to be a little more organized than usual when it comes to shopping, decorating, and planning in general.
A week or so ago, we asked you to weigh in on the turkey or ham question on our Facebook page. Here are your responses:
- Alessandra Ferguson of You Are More: “TURKEY!”
- Blueberry Acres Farm: “Turkey! We have been raising our own heritage turkeys this year and while I hoped to bring one to dinner (wink, wink), my husband has given them a reprieve so we can get some spring eggs and expand our flock size, those lucky freeloaders.”
- Dani Ives of Be Good Natured: “Neither. Vegetarian sides only for me!”
- Mistie Thompson of My Heart’s in Dixie: “Turkey on Thanksgiving – ham for Christmas. Yum!”
- Rebecca Hope of XOXO Rebecca: “I’m the odd one out. I always go get Chinese food on Thanksgiving.”
- Renee Wigger: “Both!”
- Sonda Bruce: “We are both Vegetarians–NO MEAT for us thank you!”
Now let’s see what the Missouri Women Bloggers have been up to food-wise this month:
- Cooking School: Thanksgiving, Beauty School Dropout
- Loaded Chicken Enchiladas, Adventures of Life
- Oatmeal Pumpkin Muffins, Future Expat
- Reece’s Cup Cookie Cakes, Life’s a Beach
- Strawberry Cream Cheese-Stuffed French Toast, Silo Hill Farm
- Ultimate Loaded Potato Soup, There is Grace
- Vegan Thanksgiving desserts round up, The Salty Pretzel
Since we’ve answered the turkey or ham question, it’s probably time to talk about dessert. If you had to pick just one thing from the Thanksgiving dessert buffet, what would it be?
Shana Norris is a writer, reader, runner, coffee guzzler, and chocolate inhaler who dreams of becoming an Avett Brothers groupie. You can follow her on Twitter, Google +ShanaNorris, and Pinterest or on her blog at ShanaNorris.net.