Wednesday, November 12, 2008

Test Driving a Thanksgiving Meal

Thanksgiving Feast by MeetaK

What do you think? Look good to you?

It certainly tasted awesome. I need more time to put my thoughts together for you. Tomorrow - I'll let you in on a lot more than just the recipes for these two dishes. I'll give you a few tips on planning a perfect menu for your Holiday meal.

In the meantime you can tell me what your difficulties, problems, ideas or thoughts are about planning a menu for a feast.

Stay tuned?


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23 comments :

  1. That does look good. I am looking forward to reading more about it.

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  2. Was that last year's Thanksgiving dinner or are you test driving a Thanksgiving dinner pre-Thanksgiving? I'd be a little worried I'd get sick of turkey by the big day!

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  3. That looks good..Meeta. This is my first comment on your blog although I have been following it for quite sometime.I must say this was my inspiration to start my own blog...
    www.anithakitchen.blogspot.com

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  4. I usually serve Indonesian meals which are rarely served elsewhere in Kiwi kitchens hehehe... *in awaiting for your next writing*

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  5. Meeta, although I dont celebrate thanksgiving.....I and many of your regular readers look forward to every single post of yours. Will look forward to your tips if not for a thanksgiving meal. Will try to incorporate whatever i can in general!

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  6. this looks deelumptious! Staying tuned!

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  7. It looks mighty good! A colorful and delicious Thanksgiving meal!

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  8. Thanks for your comments!

    Kevin - it was good!

    Joie - no i am test tasting this recipe for this year. i made it a while ago and my logic is - if it tasted really good we would not mind having it again on Thanksgiving. If it did not then we won't be serving it for Thanksgiving LOL! I test several different meats not only Turkey for Thanksgiving. This year it seems like it will be Turkey!

    Anitha - thanks!

    Arfi - good concept! I am sure it is always a blast!

    Veda - the tips can actually be used in any menu planning - when entertaining there are always a few basic rules or rather guidelines which makes things easier.

    Eunice - Thanks

    Mrs. Ergül - almost there!!

    Rosa Thanks!

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  9. that looks yummy...do tell soon its recipe....
    have started following your blog recently....its gud...
    check out mine too...i started recently :)

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  10. I have problems planning a menu when there are a lot of dietary restrictions - trying to make something that every one can eat and also making dishes that will go well together and not just random dishes that accomodate the restrictions. I look forward to reading your tips.

    Mamatha

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  11. Looks good to me--can't wait to hear more. I've certainly gotta get moving on my pre-Thanksgiving testing...eek!

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  12. Looks delicious! Can't wait to read more about it.

    Paz

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  13. I'm always looking for new ideas, so I'll come back tomorrow to learn more!

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  14. That does look good! I am not a turkey fan, and we always get out of town during Thanksgiving, so I've never really hosted a proper Thanksgiving meal! Good luck with yours!

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  15. Well blogging sometimes makes planning a feast harder - so many great ideas which lead to a tension between the fascination of the new and the comfort of the old! Once I am past the decision making, planning the feast is much easier! Will be interested in your tips!

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  16. Looks good to me :) I am tuned and reading your follow-up post :)
    Getting excited for this year's thanksgiving.

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  17. Luckily, I've never hosted, so I've only been asked to bring part of the meal. This does look delicious!

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