Don't go sticking your head in an oven now, it's ready to wear, no cooking necessary.
I trust that you all gorged yourselves sufficiently this past weekend on all things delicious and decadent? I know I did. I still have some turkey soup made from leftovers in the fridge, it's like the never ending feast. Here's an adorable fruit turkey to get us thinking about staying healthy before Christmas rolls around and we're meant to eat our weight in chocolate and cookies and more turkey.
Source: All About the Kids http://babyah4.wordpress.com/2010/11/25/a-real-turkey-feast/
Gobble Gobble! Happy turkey day to all my readers in the US. Make sure you wear loose fitting clothing to make room for all the mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie you'll be eating today. Also, be nice to your mother. Have a great one!
Source: Cute Food For Kids http://www.cutefoodforkids.com/2010/11/turkey-sandwich-bento.html
Thanksgiving is upon us in the US this week and that means it's eating season! I'm planning on wearing a very forgiving knit dress to the family festivities. I'll be pushing its limits with the mountain of mashed potatoes I plan to eat. I wish I had time to make these amazing cupcakes! caramel turkeys are so clever and creative, I'm simply blown away.
Hey vegetarians! I know you're there because you tell me you are. So. Here is a loaf of bread shaped like a turkey because honestly, Tofurky is just scary. Why not eat real food made from real ingredients like a lovely golden loaf of bread instead of soy fillers and a scary lump of injected stuffing? Mmmmmm bread! And so birdlike!
Source: The Knead For Speed http://www.theknead4speed.com/2010/11/a-very-faux-turkey/