The Thanksgiving Made Me Late Friday Frenzy

It’s been a WEEKEND over here, all four days of it. My husband got sick last week, MAN COLD, except it turns out he really WAS SICK. Oops I feel bad about teasing him now. He’s got strep AND ear infections and a burst eardrum. Poor guy! I’ve been wrangling Thanksgiving, the associated leftovers, kids, craft fair prep and First Lego League tournament prep all by myself. Plus just trying to make sure he gets a lot of rest, good rest, is a full time job. If the kids aren’t in there asking him some deep questions, then the dogs get in on the action, or the cats demand to sleep on the bed, it’s not very restful at all. But I’m still going to post the Friday Frenzy even it’s a day or two late because I LOVE the Friday Frenzy!

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Greetings all! Rachel here, from Tramplingrose: Cooking, Baking & Ranting in Small-Town South Dakota. I feel like it’s been awhile, eh? This week being American Thanksgiving, has me reflecting a bit. Many of you know it’s been a really hard year for my family and me, but there’s still a lot I’m grateful for – Like all of you wonderful readers and bloggers and friends! Last week’s link-up had a lot of great submissions, so let’s check out a few, shall we?

Breakfast is my FAVORITE meal of the day. I especially love any breakfast involving biscuits, like these No Fail Buttermilk Biscuits from The Bearded Hiker. Look how HUGE they are!

Do you have left over pumpkin? If biscuits aren’t your thing, how ’bout oatmeal? Like Cooking with Carlee’s Velvety Maple Pumpkin Pie Baked Oatmeal. I love baked oatmeals so much more than regular oatmeal, and this is just perfect for autumn/winter mornings.

And if you need a break from the heavy Thanksgiving leftovers, try this Provençal Vegetable Soup from Karen’s Kitchen Stories. It’s chock-full of veggies and pasta, and looks absolutely gorgeous.

I hope everyone who celebrated had a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday – Drop a link to something you made for your feast, or check out all the other awesome bloggers and their posts!