Friday, November 25, 2011


 Happy Black Friday, peoples! Did you guys score on some super deals or what? I can never wait in line for those things. First of all, I'm impatient, and I hate being cold. Second of all, I can't stand the crowds and lines. Thirdly, I don't need anything THAT badly where I have to camp outside since MONDAY for a freakin TV. YES, some people did that...smh. But later today I'll be going out for some casual family shopping time, just to get out and spend time together. We shall see how that goes. :) Now on to more important things, how was your Thanksgiving? Mine was super, here is a breakdown, mostly of food (duh) in pictures. 
 All my family, cousins, nieces, uncles and aunts come over to my house every year. My mommy loves to tell stories and show off her latest finds, since she always buys the latest home appliance or newest health food things. Here is my cute mommy showing off her latest find. A vacuum. Yes, a vacuum called "rainbow" or something. Whats more funny is that my cousins and uncles were really interested, asking questions and such. LOL, I just had to take a picture.
I helped set the table! Now is it me, or does every single Korean family have this dining plate/bowl/ serving set? I forget what its called but its made in Britain or something. The plates with the leaf detail around the edges with floral and butterfly design in the center?? I swear they do, and my mom has every single piece, including what looks like a wasabi/soysauce little dish. When my mom likes something she gets obsessed, which is where I get my hoarding tendencies...

 Now the food! I prepared the salad. Okay, it came in a bag but I put it in this bowl and made it pretty :)

 the bird. My mom cooks the turkey everytime. And although it never comes out like how it looks in those Martha Stewart food magazines, all perfect and golden, its always juicy and delicious :) This time she decided not to tie it up, which explains its disheveled appearance. hehe
 Honey glazed ham. Yummy in all its salty, sweet, and smoky goodness.
 Our spread. We always have: turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, gravy, corn, cranberry sauce, dinner rolls, stuffing, and salad!
 My plate. The turkey is under there.
 Piglet jr. my niece. So tired and hungry as 4pm would be her nap time. Poor piglet lol.
 Eating the dinner roll while my uncle is praying.
Hope you all had a wonderful thanksgiving.



  1. Thanks for visiting my blog!
    This festivity there isn't in Italy, but like these photos and the turkey looks delicious!
    Happy Black Friday!
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  2. I wouldn't mind having a piece of that delicious honey glazed ham. It looks soooo good :)

  3. Hello! I really LOVE your blog!
    So nice pictures, she makes me eat! :) I´m Follow them and i hope you follow my to, if you can! Kissies to Brazil :*

  4. Really great post! All food looks so yummy! :)
    Looks like you had a great time!

  5. yummy! everything looks very nice.


    too bad here in spain we don't celebrate thanksgiving, such a nice holiday!


  7. looks like you had a great feast and very yummy!!!


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