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Saturday, November 30, 2013

The Thanksgiving Feast and Festivities Link-Up ~ Final Day

Thank you to all who have joined in on the link-up party so far! You all are the best! For those of you who don't know what's going on, I have been sharing some recipes from the archives here and sharing some Thanksgiving/Thankfulness-themed posts on Fibro, Fit and Fab! as time has allowed. There are still a few hours left to link-up (you can link up until 10pm EST tonight), so keep 'em coming! It is my hope that you will link-up some of your favorite Thanksgiving recipes, posts about thankfulness or family, Thanksgiving/Autumn crafts, etc. It is my hope that these posts can inspire you in your Thanksgiving meal endeavors and maybe just with some ideas for next year or maybe some ideas with how to spread thankfulness year round. At any rate, you can link-up as many posts as you like, and I will be sharing my favorites the next week, so the more posts you submit, the more likely you are to be featured! I hope you will join in the fun! :)

I thought that today would be the perfect time to share some recipes from the archives that could help you use up those Thanksgiving leftovers!


Chicken Noodle Soup (Soy, Fish, Nut and Milk-Free, Can Be Egg and Wheat-Free)   

Easy "Meat and Potatoes" Skillet (Soy, Fish, Milk, Egg, Wheat and Nut-Free)

For each of the above recipes, you can just sub your leftover turkey for the chicken.   If you had ham, you can even use that in the skillet.


What do you like to make with Thanksgiving leftovers?


I hope to share more posts with you as time permits, and hope that you will take the time to go over to Fibro, Fit and Fab! and check out the posts I've shared there as well as click on some of the posts linked up below.  I also hope that you will link-up some posts, too, and help spread the word! The more the merrier! :)

Now It's Your Turn!

Grab A Badge!

(This post was originally posted on Natural and Free.)


  1. Thanks for inviting me to this linkup! I shared two my favorite Thanksgiving posts.

    Your meat & potatoes skillet looks delicious. I have some potatoes that are about to go on the fritz. This totally reminded me that I need to make something with them.

    Again, thanks for the linkup. I'm going to go check out the other linkups.

    1. Thank you so much! I am heading right over to check them out!

      The meat and potatoes skillet is very delish (I am making a version of it tonight, in fact), and a huge hit with the fam! You will have to let me know your spin on it. :)

      Thanks again for linking up!

  2. OH MY GOSH, I cannot believe that we forgot to link-up!! We are SO SORRY Julie. Honestly, between the family togetherness and all the pie, the holiday week totally got away from us! :(-The Dose Girls


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