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As many Blazers sat down to enjoy their Thanksgiving meal, SCO took the time to document the food.

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Cranberries are a popular fruit included in many dishes eaten during Thanksgiving.

Cranberries are a popular fruit included in many dishes eaten during Thanksgiving. 1Picture by Lorena KowalewskiA pot of butternut squash soup sits on the stove, ready to be pureed.2Picture by Lorena KowalewskiApples glisten on the counter before being put in the oven. An apple pie is one of many delectable pies eaten on Thanksgiving.3Picture by Lorena KowalewskiRoot vegetables, including carrots, beets and turnips defrost.4Picture by Lorena KowalewskiAfter taking juices from the turkey, gravy separates in a measuring cup. 5Picture by Lorena KowalewskiThe turkey neck is one part of the bird that is not often eaten. 6Picture by Lorena KowalewskiBefore dinner people can tide their hunger by snacking on some appetizers. Olives, carrots and pickles are just some of the hors d'oeuvres available. 7Picture by Lorena KowalewskiCranberry pumpkin bread is a combination of two tasty flavors.8Picture by Lorena KowalewskiTurkey is the main course to many Thanksgiving dinners, but it often takes the longest to cook.9Picture by Lorena KowalewskiA special side to the turkey is stuffing. This type of stuffing is made with turkey giblets.10Picture by Lorena KowalewskiOne of the many recipes for cranberries is a cranberry mold. Pineapples and oranges are additional fruit to add more flavor.11Picture by Lorena Kowalewski12Picture by Lorena Kowalewski

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  • Blazer on December 2, 2010 at 8:30 AM
    Like This !! seems like an experienced photographer took this.
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