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Turkey Day

I love cooking Thanksgiving dinner. I usually try a new dish each year, careful to keep the old reliables such as mashed potatoes and stuffing. I would have a revolt on my hands if I left out the potatoes or giblet gravy.


And, just like searching for a new culinary delight each November, I also try to change up the tablescape, as well. Last year's centerpiece was a driftwood turkey stuffed with tall snowdrop blooms, nestled in reindeer moss.

So, what to do this year. Here are some of the contenders.


I love blue and orange together.





Courtesy Bella Gray Designs

And, outside seating is possible if you live in Florida. Check.






Happy Turkey Day!


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