Jamie says: I hope everyone is having a very happy Thanksgiving holiday. I enjoyed watching the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade and doing some Turkey Day baking. I woke up early, so I started working on Thanksgiving breakfast. I set the table with our Christmas Spode to kick off the Christmas season. My contribution to breakfast was a fresh fruit salad made with an array of fruits- bananas, grapes, kiwi, oranges, watermelon, raspberries, and pomegranate seeds. It was beautiful, delicious, and healthy. Mom and Dad soon joined me in the kitchen- scrambling eggs, heating up the bacon, pouring tea, coffee, and juice, and bringing Mom’s tasty pumpkin bread to the table. I also toasted up some English muffins. I spread my Mom’s homemade cranberries on one half and made an open-faced egg sandwich with the other half. We sat down to breakfast just in time to watch the ribbon cutting of the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade- perfect timing! We had a beautiful holiday together. Happy Left-over Day!
Nutrition note: There are no “bad” foods, just foods that should be enjoyed occasionally. Everything can be enjoyed in moderation and part of a balanced diet.