Wednesday, November 25, 2009

A French Thanksgiving

 An organically-grown, free-range, antibiotic-free, grass-eating turkey(dinde) in case you were wondering. He will be a guest, not dinner on the table. They'll eat Tofurkey with Sweets and cranberries from VTThis is a French bio-dinner.These folks live at Musée Des Arts Décoratifs, so they can do what they want.BONJOUR THANKSGIVING!

16 comments:

  1. Happy Thanksgiving turkey!
    happy Thanksgiving Carol and all PB addicts!

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  2. ohohooh...
    adore how the indians
    are enjoying
    the thanksgiving meal
    whilst wearing
    their
    feathery headdresses!

    :-)

    happy thanksgiving 2 U, PB!

    {{ i am thankful you take me
    to paris
    every now and then! }}

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  3. SO ABSOLUTELY CUTE!!!

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  4. Anonymous8:25 AM

    Happy Bird Day to you, Carol,
    and Paris Breakfast aficionados
    everywhere. Be thankful for all
    the daily pleasurable little things
    in life, that make you and those you love,smile.
    Bill

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  5. Cute! I'm actually doing a "French" Thanksgiving, complete with an organic free range Turkey confit! Enjoy your Holidays.

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  6. Cool Blog!

    http://www.theceelist.com/

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  7. What's the cute turkey woodcraft for?

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  8. Adorable! So funny the Indians! My fiance is Navajo and he always thinks its funny when Indians are included ;-) They are a nice touch!
    Happy Thanksgiving, sweetie ;-)

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  9. A really adorable post! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  10. Have a great day, Carol!

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  11. Happy Thanksgiving, Carol!
    Looking very much forward to your holiday-season features here...!
    Michael

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  12. Hey, we'll be having vegetarian Thanksgiving dinner too (lasagne)!

    P.S. Bonjour, Corey! Fancy meeting YOU here :-)

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  13. Linda2:43 AM

    Thank you for the beautiful painting!

    - and -
    Happy Thanksgiving Day and Blessings!

    Love, Linda

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  14. Wishing you a blessed and happy Thanksgiving!!

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