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#1 of 3 Old 10-23-2008, 03:13 PM - Thread Starter
 
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Just wondering:

how TF-y will your Thanksgiving table look? :

I'm thinking about adding SD bread rather than the usual white rolls we make. Other than making a kinda festive water kefir (cranberry perphaps?) I'm a bit stumped. We don't have a good source for anything raw dairy-ish anymore.

What are your ideas?

And BTW, I do remember having a good pumpkin pudding recipe I'm pretty sure I got off of here, does anyone know the one I mean?? If so, I'd be forever grateful. Had like coconut milk in it.....
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ooh, I found this:
http://mothering.com/discussions/sho...umpkin+pudding

has lots of ideas from last year if anyone wants to look.
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Local, wild turkey if my dad has time to go hunting, otherwise it'll be local free range turkey from a farm. I'd like to make fresh pumpkin pie and I'm also going to make my own apple pie filling. What else....possibly a sprout salad if my sprouts turn out well.
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