Friday, 29 November 2013

Feature and Follow Friday #1

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This week's question is

What’s your favorite Thanksgiving Day food? If you’re not American or Canadian, what is your favorite holiday food? 
I'm Dutch and live in France so I don't celebrate Thanksgiving. We do however celebrate Christmas here with a traditional Turkey dinner which I love cooking and eating. I serve my Turkey with gravy, roast potatoes, sage and onion stuffing, Yorkshire puddings, Brussels sprouts and red cabbage. Then the next day a big turkey curry with the left-over meat. The bird has to be organic and free range!

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  1. Thanks for visiting our blog and have a great weekend!
    Following back via GFC :)

  2. Brussel Sprouts and Cabbage is great, and of course the turkey too! New GFC follower Check out MY F&F

  3. turkey curry sounds interesting! what a good idea/way to handle the left overs.

    trish - my follow friday

  4. Sounds really good! I love Yorkshire puddings and don't get them very often. Thanks for stopping by and I'm following you on G+. Have a great weekend!

    Traci @ Mad Hatter Reads

  5. Sage and Onion stuffing sounds so good. I love stuffing it's one of my faves.

    Thanks for stopping by following back GFC and G+

  6. We don't celebrate Thanksgiving here in the Phils but we celebrate Christmas instead. Visiting back for FF.

  7. I love turkey! We have it for both Thanksgiving and Christmas, and I always make a turkey sandwich the following day from the leftover meat.

    Thanks for following! I followed back via GFC.

  8. Ooh, so many good foods! Thanks for stopping by and following :)

    New Bloglovin' follower
    Zareena @ Books and Books

  9. OOh nice! Sounds like lots of good eats!

    Thanks for visiting and following my blog! Returning the follow!

    Have a GREAT day!

    NEW Follower :D

  10. That sounds so good! I'm hungry right now, and it isn't helping it's close to dinner, lol.

    New follower by GFC and bloglovin' :) Thanks for visiting My FF @ Donnie Darko Girl.

  11. Sounds yummy. I love holiday food! Thanks for stopping by and following. Now following via bloglovin!

    ~Pam @ Moonlight Reader

  12. Thanks for visiting my FF! New follower via Google+

  13. Sounds yummy, though I hate brussels sprouts, haha. So with you on the organic and free range though. Thanks for stopping by mine, following you back on GFC, :)

  14. Ahhh I deifnetly need to try a traditional Thanksgiving/Christmas meal, sounds so yummy! Thanks for following, I returned the favour :)

  15. I love the idea of an organic turkey. I love all the Holiday foods! Thanks for the follow, returning the favor.

  16. Mmm... I love red cabbage, and turkey, and stuffing. Sounds similar to my Christmas.
    Thanks for stopping by.
    Following you via GFC

    Marilyn @ Marilyn's Mystery Blog

  17. I agree with you about the free range and organic - the taste is makes the extra cost worth it.

  18. Hi Angela,

    Thanks for visiting my blog. I'm now following you back on G+.

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