Friday, October 06, 2006

thanksgiving weekend

Every year, as my contribution to Thanksgiving dinner, I make my specialty cheesecakes. It's not like I have a choice in the matter. I'm always told, "This is what you're bringing and nothing else." Good thing Thanksgiving only comes once a year (unless you celebrate Canadian Thanksgiving followed by the American Thanksgiving holiday)! These cheesecakes are not overly sweet (I've reduced the amount of sugar in my recipes) and I try to use ingredients with 'less fat'...but hey, this is cheesecake, so either way, diabetics beware!

Things I'm thankful for this holiday weekend:
-spending time with family and friends
-my little brother coming up to the Island to be with us :) I love that kid!!!
-deer grazing in our frontyard
-my wonderful husband
-gorgeous sunsets
-living on such a beautiful island


t said...

oh my gosh chris those are gorgeous cakes!

ahappilymarriedmommy said...

Oh! So pretty! All of them! WAnna come to our house for Thanksgiving? Bring the cakes! LMBO

Northern Mom said...

I'm on my way to Little Current...sure wish it was for those cakes! Love your blog too!!

Chrissy121875 said...

:) Thanks for popping by my blog, Northern Mom! Glad to see a fellow Northerner out there!

BTW, I almost never eat the cakes or other sweets I make! I try not to eat desserts, but I do love baking! The fundraising organizers love me! LOL!

Anonymous said...


Thanks for stopping by my blog “Headlines On Things That Matter” and commenting.

Those cheesecakes look great. Did you post the recipes? I make them also but not as fancy … yes I cook too. Yes, I also reduce the amount of sugar and cream cheese to give it the more German/European flavor and no sour cream.

I am wondering if you have any problems getting the berries during November?

Happy Holidays


Chrissy121875 said...

Hi Providian! I have no problems with the berries in November, as I pick the berries from our garden in the summer, put them in plastic baggies, and pop them into the freezer for the winter time! :) I had more berries than I could pick this season, so one of our freezers has nothing but produce from my garden!

I'll post the recipes soon!

Anonymous said...

those raspberries are HUGE!

curiositykiller said...

Awww... That's too sweet of you... how would I know you'll go the extra mile for the lucky few whom you love. Happy thanksgiving!

Stephen said...

I really hope you saved me a piece.

Chrissy121875 said...

;p Stephen, I saved a piece for you and E. When are you coming to get it? :)

Ms. Mamma said...

You are amazing Ms. Christine!

Chrissy121875 said...

Awww...thanks, Ms. Mamma! Right back at ya! ;)

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