Thursday, November 27, 2008

Happy Thanksgiving!

Enjoy your day! Thanks for reading!
Cut an end piece of squash
Glue on a beak (corn husk or nut)
Glue on eyes (whole cloves or beans)
Fold a napkin in a fan shape for the tail feathers
Die laughing

7 comments:

dolcechic said...

Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family!!!

vicki archer said...

LOL i am going to my first ever Thanksgiving dinner (in France...) and I am going to make this and take it. LOVE it! xv

Visual Vamp said...

OMG TG in France!
This will be perfect!
Please take a photo to share with us!!!
You should take a real USA White Trash dish too, like Ambrosia:
2 cans (tins) Mandarin Orange slices (2 cups)
1 cup seedless grapes (slice them in half)
1/2 cup sliced (and toasted) almonds
1 bag (or tin) of shredded coconut
1 - 2 cups sour cream
1 bag mini marshmellows
Mix it all up in a pretty bowl - Garnish with a sprig of mint leaves and a couple of slices of Mandarin
It really is good! And no cooking!
xo xo

Pigtown-Design said...

Uggggghhhh. I think Ambrosia is the food of the devil! Especially those wee marshmallows.

Linda at Lime in the Coconut! said...

Die laughing....you tooo funny, girl! Happy day!

Visual Vamp said...

ha ha Ambrosia!
I do a "healthy" version using fresh and beautiful Louisiana Satsumas. I also use fresh coconut, and low fat sour cream. Toasting the almonds really makes it sing.
I have tried to leave out the marshmellows, but it just isn't as good ha ha. You can disguise them by using that marshmellow stuff that comes in a jar.
But actually the marshmellows melt into the sour cream, and it's hard to know they are there. It's just a little sugar darling.
Everytime I bring this dish somewhere, or put it on my own table, I get gasps and groans, and then guess what? It magically vanishes!
It is a tacky dish of the devil for sure, but part of our American childhood (the recipe came from the TV Guide via Kraft who made the marshmellows).
Now how about some green bean casserole?
Love you guys!
xo xo
PS Ambrosia is an original dish from Colonial days - Hard to get things at the time were oranges and other fruit, a rare treat, "ambrosia", for the winter holiday season.

Beaux Mondes Designs said...

Happy Thanksgiving Visual Vamp! Just making my rounds to wish my favorite blogs a very wonderful holiday season. Thank you for bringing decorative joy to my world this year.