Five Friday Finds #164 | Morsels of Life

Five Friday Finds #164

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We don't usually have a turkey Thanksgiving in our family. In fact, I don't think we've ever had a turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. We used to just have a pot luck, and then one year we decided we'd rather eat a Peking roast duck. Two years ago, we gave it a try, and everyone seemed to enjoy it, so this year we decided to do it again for baby's first Thanksgiving.

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Starting off with the most popular!

Mushroom and Spinach Ravioli

I've wanted to make ravioli myself for a while now, and maybe I'll have to use this recipe!

And continuing with the featured recipes!

Apple Pie Scones

There's something about this cooler weather that just calls for scones, and with apples in abundance, why not apple pie scones?

Thanksgiving Brownies

I've never tried brownies with cranberries before, but after eating some chocolate with cranberries, I'm finding it an enjoyable flavor combo!

Homemade Breakfast Sausage

I like breakfast sausage, and now I can make my own! :)

Cinnamon Apple Oatmeal Cookies

Healthy and yummy - sounds like a great combo to me!

Hope you all have a fun and delicious weekend!

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  1. Thanks so much for sharing my cookies, CJ!

  2. Hi CJ. That's interesting that your family doesn't eat turkey for Thanksgiving but Peking Roast Duck sounds delicious too! Hope you had a very Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for the awesome party!


  3. Ashley @ PioneerMomma.comNovember 28, 2014

    Thanks for the party! I've never had Peking duck before, it looks interesting! Happy Thanksgiving :-)

  4. Takes a while to make, but definitely worth it!

  5. It's definitely delicious, and we like it better than turkey, so why not? :) Thanks for sharing!