thanksgivings gone wild

Our little house family over here decided to plan a day to get together and clean. And then we planned to have a mini Thanksgiving feast afterward. AND THEN we decided to invite dates. And when cleaning day finally arrived (today), we realized we planned way more elaborately for dinner than for cleaning, go figure.

Add Sara to the mix and we had ourselves the most perfectest, prettiest, tastiest evening.


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And this is what we’ll be making for the next two Thanksgiving meals: Eli’s Granny’s Sweet Potato Souffle

You’ll want to peel and boil the potatoes for best results. Otherwise, follow this and your dish will be the first one gone. No leftovers. It’s that good. Southern Grandmas know how to do it!


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