Thursday, November 22, 2012

Organically Grown Thanksgiving

Hubby and I often cook for our loved ones on Thanksgiving Day and Christmas. We prepare entirely organic meals like the Pilgrims did, made with fresh, free-range turkey (no steroids, hormones, preservatives), organically grown vegetables (no pesticides or herbicides), and homemade organic pumpkin pie from scratch (also free from additives, high fructose corn syrup, artificial colors, and other chemicals). The food is healthy and delicious and we don't feel guilty afterward.

If you haven't cooked with organically grown foods, I urge you to give them a try. You'll be amazed at how good food tastes without harmful and unnecessary chemicals and additives. Here's a pumpkin pie straight from the Dubois oven. Doesn't it look yummy?

I hope you and your family have a wonderful holiday.

Happy Thanksgiving!


Fiona McGier said...

We also make and bake everything from scratch. But organic costs so much more that it's not practical for such a large feast...or our large family. Now that husband's garden has been put to rest for the year, we have to buy things like tasteless tomatoes again, while dreaming of the ripe, bursting-with-flavor yumminess we'll once again enjoy next summer.

Hope you get to enjoy your day of rest and thanksgiving.

jean hart stewart said...

Sounds wonderful to eat as well as praiseworthy. No additives at all!!

flchen1 said...

Yum! Happy Thanksgiving, Adele!

Adele Dubois said...

Thanks for stopping by to keep me company Fiona and Jean. I hope you had a wonderful holiday. Our feast turned out great, but was a lot of work. I'm ready for a good night's sleep. ")


Tina Donahue said...

Happy belated Thanksgiving, Adele - I'm still recouping from eating so much (burp). :)

I love organic foods. I know a lot of folks think they're too expensive, but hey, if they save you the cost of healthcare and all those nasty doctor visits, then they're actually saving you money.

Lena Loneson said...

Mmmm, that pie looks absolutely delicious!