our South-American Thanksgiving dinner

roasted pork sirloin and potatoes, cheese bread, chicken, and salad (not shown)

roasted pork sirloin and potatoes, cheese bread, chicken, and salad (not shown). Pineapple, and apple juices.

You make a little sandwich with the cheese bread, the sirloin (shown above), and a little of the salad.

You make a little sandwich with the cheese bread, the sirloin (shown above), and a little of the salad.

We continue the talk around the table eating fruit.

green grapes

green grapes

sliced mangoes

sliced mangoes

red grapes

red grapes

blackberries

blackberries

Talk. Then coffee and desserts. And then more talk.

ricotta cheese and fig cake

ricotta cheese and fig cake

flan

caramel flan

another shot of the flan

another shot of the flan

More talk, more coffee, and some caramels. Hope your Thanksgiving had plenty of food and of family talk!

2014 Thanksgiving

2014 Thanksgiving

For North-American Thanksgiving dinners, please visit these two great posts:

http://thepersonnexttoyou.wordpress.com/2014/11/28/thanksgiving-holiday-recap/

http://niasimoneauthor.com/2014/11/28/thanksgiving-menu-the-keepers-and-the-never-agains/

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16 thoughts on “our South-American Thanksgiving dinner

  1. bymarion

    Yum! Everything looks delicious! And all these fresh fruits – my kind of meal! I’d love to try the ricotta and figs cake next time I travel south in the summer. Is your recipe secret, or…?

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  2. sumowkowespotkania

    Hi Fabio:) I wish you all the best on the occasion of the Thanksgiving. Of the peace and much abundance. Sorry for the delay Thanksgiving in the USA is always on the fourth Thursday of November. Your table looks delicious. Bon appetite πŸ™‚ Wanda

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    1. Fabio Post author

      Thanks so much, dear Wanda! Same to you and to your family! I will take a good look at your Barcelona shots. All the best! Hugs and kisses, my friend! πŸ™‚ Fabio

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  3. Nia Simone and Ántonia Moran

    Oh, Fabio, I love your dinner. The flan looks incredible. It’s one of my favorite desserts. I also love the concept of little sandwiches. Ricotta cheese and fig cake looks amazing.

    Thank you so much for sharing my blog post with your fans. And thank you for sharing this day of celebration with all of us.

    Hugs,

    Nia

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    1. Fabio Post author

      Thanks so much, Nia! You have inspired my post with your excellent Thanksgiving dinner presentation! Glad that you liked mine! Take care, my wonderful friend! Hugs back!!! πŸ™‚ Fabio

      Reply

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