South Florida Real Estate
954.608.5556

Home / Blog / Real Estate /

Don't be a Turkey on Thanksgiving...be a turducken!

Sun, Nov 28, 2010 at 10:30AM

Every year since I've written this blog post...I like to re-post this in celebration of being thankful. I've made a few changes to it. I'm also declaring this a day of rest and enjoyment.....so take this time to enjoy the day off if you can! Don't be a Turkey on Thanksgiving...be a turducken! Back in Nov. 2007 I posted this blog so I thought it would be nice to revisit it by re-posting it for this years Gala Holiday Event.   turkeyman Selling Real Estate can really be hectic at this time of the year and with the holidays approaching....I'm sure everyone is making big plans to spend extra time with their families. Today is Thanksgiving and I'm just here to talk a little bit about the food we eat on this gracious day.   Thanksgiving Food Just remember that this holiday is for giving thanks and beside giving thanks I'm going to be eating quite a bit of food. "Ah...I can smell the aroma now...those candied yams...the cranberry sauce....the mashed potatoes with gravy and don't forget that stuffing...just to name a few."Of course to top it all off we usually have the traditional 40lb turkey or the that sweet succulent ham with brown sugar and pineapples on top. There is usually so many different types of foods and I'm not sure I have enough room to fit it all in my tummy and keep my girlish figure. Turducken But I think this year we might try something a little different...has anyone ever heard of a Turducken? Yes..you heard that right....a Turducken. From the parital definition taken from Wiki......a Turducken is a de-boned turkey stuffed with a de-boned duck.. which itself is stuffed with a small de-boned chicken.  If you are a football fan you might remember a few years ago during the NFL double feature of games shown on CBS and later Fox....John Madden would talk about all the delicious foods and how he would have his annual Turducken as part of his holiday dinner. I remember he even went as far as to bring it during a regular season game after he saw a patron actually roasting one in the parking lot. John Madden is a big boy! Today we get to enjoy not two ..but three games. I'll probably need to take a nap later in order to stay up and watch the 8:30pm game..HAHA! Sharing food with your friends and family is a great way to catch up with people you haven't seen in a long time and another way to enjoy relaxing in your home. Photos are courtesy of MMFRUIT and lmingall from Flickr. Happy Thanksgiving to all of you and your families! Neal Bloom


Bookmark & Share



User Comments


Be the first to comment on this post below!


Popular tags on this blog

Century Village Condos For Sale | Estate Waterfront Homes for sale | Florida Retirement Condos | home buying | home selling | Homes for sale in Weston Florida|Weston Real Estate|Real Estate for Sale in Weston Florida | housing market | increase in home sales | Luxury Mega Mansions | Mega Mansions,ocean front homes,luxury waterfront estate homes | normal price growth | Real Estate agent in Weston Florida | real estate market | Retirement in Florida | search for homes,weston florida homes, weston homes, weston florida real estate, weston florida real | Senior Condos | The hottest Neighborhoods in Weston FL. | Weston Florida homes | Weston Florida Homes for sale | weston florida realtor, weston realtors, weston florida real estate, weston homes, weston homes for | weston homes | weston homes, weston florida homes, weston homes for sale, weston florida homes for sale, weston rea | Weston Homes For Sale,,Windmill Ranch Estates Market Report,Market Report | Weston Luxury homes | Windmill ranches |

Search The MLS Listings