What's up, everyone? It's all feeling a bit lonely here on HubPages at the moment. What's the last thing you ate, did you make it yourself or buy it, and was it delicious?
I last ate a fresh orange that my coworker gave to me. Her grandmother sent a huge box of them in from Nagasaki, it was delish!
A slice of toast with Roses lime marmalade. No, it was not particularly delicious. I think my Mum made much nicer marmalade.
Wow, sallybea, you're one of the first people on here who I started following!
Your mum used to make marmalade? That's so cute
coconut shrimp on a beach in Mexico, paid for almost entirely by a year's worth of Hub Pages earnings!
@poppyr, Sallybea, and all here:
homemade dressing, green beans, and of course, turkey.
I had chicken wings from nandos
It was yummmm
Hey! I had some porridge with chia seeds, strawberries, toasted almonds, and a drizzle of golden syrup. It was delicious!
Ham, Turkey, Collard Greens, Macaroni and Cheese, Asparagus, Green Beans, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Sweet Potato Souffle and a slice of Sweet Potato Pie.
Goodness, is Macaroni and Cheese a Thanksgiving thing?
It is in southern homes...I was raised in the South, but I no longer live there. When we say macaroni and cheese, we don't mean that awful mess that comes out of a blue box, we're speaking of the kind that requires macaroni noodles, and varying types and amounts of cheese, from cheddar to cream cheese, milk and butter, that's then baked to a bubbly, golden brown masterpiece....
I need some macaroni and cheese now; it didn't make the menu yesterday which consisted of mainly Jamaican food. By the way, poppyr, I ate a piece of pizza from a few days ago.
Cold turkey with a side of mac n cheese. It was good, better the second day. Now I have moved on to chardonnay.
Hey Poppy! I ate left over thanksgiving dinner like a few hours ago. It was delicious! A orange sounds amazing, i haven't had an orange in ages.
I ate leftovers and 6 different desserts which means I will have to walk extra miles this week!
My teenage son and I went vegetarian a few months ago. It was the first Thanksgiving in 52 years that I haven't had turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, etc. (we ate crab). It's all a little weird since I haven't learned how to make any vegetarian dishes yet. My sister-in-law just stopped in for a visit with a pumpkin pie so that was my only traditional Thanksgiving food this year. I'm feeling real good, though, and it hasn't been difficult at all (except that one afternoon when I had a Big Mac).
My dinner - Huge prawns, sauteed onions and tomatoes with all three mixed in a creamy sauce made from mayonnaise and herbs. Laid on a bed of noodles.
Jams and pickles sounds awesome to me right about now... It's 2 a.m. and I'm craving...
Leftovers from Thanksgiving. Dark meat turkey sandwich on sour dough bread with mayonnaise and mustard, mashed potatoes made with sour cream and bits of bacon in it. Then I ate some Jelly Bellies and dark chocolate Kisses. That was last night. Now I'm getting ready to go eat some leftover home-made turkey pot pie. I'm a big fan of Thanksgiving.
Cheeseburger & fries at Applebees' after doing some holiday shopping
Scrambled eggs and sauteed mushrooms because I'm on a low-carb diet after Thanksgiving.
by Katie McMurray 9 years ago
What was the last thing you ate and be honest!
by Don Ship 9 years ago
What was the last thing you ate?
by Holle Abee 8 years ago
We ate at noon, and I did pretty good. Still haven't had dessert yet. I'm saving that for din-din.
by maya black 7 years ago
For all chocolate lovers.......what's the best thing you ever ate...........it can be something you tried eating out...or somthing you bought....or something someone made you...
by David Carl 6 years ago
What's the appeal of Kraft Macaroni and Cheese?Kraft Macaroni and Cheese: While at Walmart today, I threw a five pack of Kraft Mac and Cheese into my cart. When I got home, my son, hooped and said "Can we have mac and cheese for dinner tonight?"
by Dolores Monet 10 years ago
Do you have a special food item that you serve (or like to eat) at Thanksgiving? Let's share some of our personal Thanksgiving eats!
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