Saturday, November 30, 2013

Let's Talk Turkey...

Is it too late to show off the Turkey??

And some of the yummy sides?

We ate Thanksgiving Dinner at Keens Steakhouse in New York City
 
The ceiling in the restaurant is lined with churchwarden pipes...
a lot of them.
A couple of pretty famous people "checked" their pipe here,
about ninety thousand to be exact.
After they are smoked they are too fragile to carry out so they are left
behind and displayed around the restaurant and on the ceiling.
Babe Ruth's pipe was there...so was Buffalo Bill's
and Teddy Roosevelt.

I had Pecan Pie for desert,

the boys had Apple Crisp

Here we are...
oldest son Scott met us in the city for the day and for dinner.
We had an amazing time and the food was out of this world!!
 
I hope you all had an amazing holiday!!
And if you are ever in NYC, don't miss this amazing eatery!!
 

21 comments:

  1. those desserts look oh so good. sweet potatoes too!! ( :

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  2. The food looks delicious!! Your son is a carbon copy of his dad. Very handsome!! Love the smiles.

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  3. That looks awesome! Sometimes it's nice not to have to do the cooking, huh?

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  4. Yummmmm.. your holiday looked like so much fun! I have seen photos of the parade on tv, but yours with people on the sidewalks defined just how big the floats and balloons really are! I am so glad you shared! Have a great weekend Debbie (and family).

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  5. Mmmm that all looks so tasty, I think you have had a great time in the city! :))

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  6. Your photos are so very spectacular! Wow! The food photos make me salivate. I'm so glad you had such a terrific Thanksgiving.

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  7. What a fun looking restaurant...will DEF have to check that out the next time I"m in NYC. Looks like a fun Thanksgiving!

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  8. It's never too late to show the turkey! Looks yummy!

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  9. The food photos look so Yummy!
    Greetings, SK

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  10. I was about to flip when I saw the food...then I read on and OK...that plate was made by a chef. I thought you cooked and served like that and I was going to go crying into my pantry! LOL

    The food looks excellent..my mouth is watering.

    Glad you had a wonderful holiday and your son was able to join you.

    Smiles,
    Kelly

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  11. Looks good Debbie......have a nice sunday.

    greetings, Joop

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  12. Debbie, you Thanksgiving Day dinner looks delicious. And best of all, you did not have to do all the preparations. Glad you had a great holiday!

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  13. Cherished moments that last forever :)

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  14. That food looks scrumptious! I am very hungry right now looking at it. Glad your son was able to join you.

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  15. Looks like you had an amazing weekend! This place looks yummy and, "Look, Mom! No dishes to wash!!"

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  16. It all looks so delicious... And best, no dishes.

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  17. Pecan Pie...apple crisp...both looked so good! I bet it was hard to choose!

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  18. What a fun way to have celebrated the holiday...a parade, good weather, great company and a delicious meal...and No cleanup!

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