Wednesday, December 7, 2016

Full Plate Thursday 12-8-16 #305

So many parties, parades, open houses and most of all wonderful food, tis the season! I am so excited that you could take some time from your busy life to stop by and share some of your awesome recipes with us today.  We truly do have the greatest cooks on the planet here on Thursday to fill our plates with goodness!




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This is How I Filled My Plate Last Week
Breakfast
Morning Snack
Lunch
Afternoon Snack
Whole Roasted Chicken with Vegetables at The Kitchen Is My Playground
Cranberry Applesauce at Cooking with Carlee
Holly Holiday Bundt Cake at My Thoughts Ideas and Ramblings

From
Miz Helen's Kitchen
A Very Special Recipe From My Mother
My Mothers Divinity


Background Story For Full Plate Thursday
When we were young and just starting out in life sometimes we did not have a lot of money. Most of our friends were having to stretch the dollars at the end of the month just like us. My girlfriends and I decided that we would pool our food for some of the evening meals right before payday... the last week of the month. I have some of the fondest memories from those days. We would all bring our food together and we had some great food and great fellowship. We would get the food on the table and everything ready, someone would bless the food and then the hostess would say "come fill your plate".

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19 comments:

  1. Thank you so much for the feature, Miz Helen! Your mother's divinity looks divine. My grandmother made it every year, but I don't have the recipe -- I'll have to try yours! :)

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  2. Happy to visit! Thanks for hosting another awesome party, hope your week is going well! I've never tried to make or eat divinity but your mother's recipe looks so pretty! Pinning for later, thanks for sharing!
    Erica @ http://thefirst-taste.com/

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  3. We are so glad you enjoyed our Winter Squash Hash! Thank you so much for hosting :) We hope your week is amazing!

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  4. Oh my goodness! My grandmother used to make divinity every year around the holidays. Such a great memory! Thank you for featuring my Old Fashion Snowball Cookies. I can't remember a Christmas without them in our house.

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  5. Your spicy pecan custard pie and the divinity look so good, Miz Helen. My mom used to make seafoam, which is like divinity, but with brown sugar. Thanks for hosting your fun party. Stay warm tonight!!

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  6. Thank you so much for adding some of my cranberry apple sauce to your red plate! Tis the season for lots of tasty treats, I can't wait to fill my plate!

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  7. Your divinity looks beautiful. And to have the recipe in your mother's handwriting is a priceless treasure! My husband's mother made it every Christmas -- I don't have the touch :-(

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  8. Oh my - what a lineup! Everything looks scrumptious. Would love to drop by and sample some of your divinity. =) Thanks for hosting another great party.

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  9. Cranberry applesauce sounds really good! Happy Holiday Season-enjoy:@)

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  10. I love family recipes like your Mother's Divinity! Thank you for sharing it, Miz Helen. This week I've brought my Mincemeat and Brandy cake to the party - it's a quick, easy, lighter alternative to traditional fruit cake. Thank you for hosting and hope you have a lovely weekend!

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  11. Thank you for hosting, have a great weekend.

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  12. Thanks for featuring my Gingerbread Bites!!! Hope you have a good week!

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  13. Have a wonderful weekend!
    Thanks for hosting!
    Michelle

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  14. Your divinity looks divine Miz Helen! Thank you for the delicious party-
    Jenna

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  15. Thanks for the party, Miz Helen! Have a good weekend!

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  16. Miz Helen, I've never made divinity, and here I am all about the classics! Thank you for hosting. I'm going to start my hop with the post about caffeine.

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  17. I made microwave divinity last week for the first time and it is HEAVENLY....so so easy and I don't think the weather makes a difference like the old fashioned way of cooking it. Your moms recipe sounds great.

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  18. Thank you for hosting and for featuring my strata! I wish you a happy week.

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  19. Thank you so much for hosting the party!

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Your visit has been very special. I look forward to your comments, they are like opening little gifts. Thank you for stopping by and hurry back!
Miz Helen