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Indian Thanksgiving

I mentioned a couple of days ago that I would be having my family over for Thanksgiving dinner for the first time!  It was a big responsibility to take on, but everyone chipped in and helped cook, in true family style.  My family is Indian and vegetarian so I mocked up a family friendly menu.  It’s an Indian dinner with a bit of Thanksgiving flavor!  I linked the recipes I used for the dishes, too.

Appetizers
Breads & Rice
  • White Rice
  • Parathas & Kulchas
Veggies
Stews & Soups
Side

I used this site, Catch My Party, to print labels for the food, and Oh Happy Day’s labels for packing the leftovers!  My cousins who are 7 and 3 came over as well, so I had to find them activities to keep them busy!  Here are the ideas I used:

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This entry was posted on November 25, 2012 by in Food, Thanksgiving.

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shruti

shruti

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infinitely curious . eternal optimist . aspiring artist . nurse . public health activist . lifelong student . looking for a renaissance in san francisco

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Healthcare Management & Public Health

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Creative expression via music, dance, and art

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