Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Hosting a multigenerational thanksgiving

Consider having a separate table for the kids, especially if your tables are small or you plan on using your find china. If that doesn't work for you you can make one end grown ups and the other end children. For the kids use unbreakable plates and cups. You can line the table with paper to catch any spills. To keep kids busy have them present a thanksgiving show at the end of the meal. It will be a memory that everyone will remember.

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Monday, November 9, 2009

turkey shaped sandwich for kids

Turkey plays a duel role in this creative sandwich developed by parents magazine.

Use a glass to cut circles out of 2 pieces of bread. Make a sandwich with turkey and cheese. Insert strips of bell peppers under the top round of the sandwich so they stick out like feathers. Cut a small rectangle piece of bread and attach with mayo vertically in the center of the sandwich. Use chopped raisins for eyes.

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Monday, November 2, 2009

What's in Season? November

This month sweet potatoes, parsnips, pears, apples, brussels sprouts, tangerines, cranberries, dates, leeks, turnips and watercress are all in season.

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