A Peruvian turkey
In the States you choose your turkey by going to the store that has the lowest price per pound and rummaging in the freezer section for a clean plastic covered prepared "bird" with a weight appropriate to the number of guests. It probably even comes in a bag with a handle to carry it home. In Tarapoto, you choose your turkey like this...
My parents-in-love perusing the options :)
Thanksgiving last year in the jungle w/ Micah's parents
and the Martijn and Martine family!
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I'm taking pies to our Thanksgiving gathering. I'll use this pie crust recipe and maybe make this cheesecake?! I'll be making pumpkin pies for sure... I'm not so sure I'm brave enough to try something SO new when I don't even have an oven!! I'll be borrowing one to cook at least 2 pies!! :) hilarious.
Here are some more Thanksgiving recipes for future reference, since I'm quite sure you've already got your menu planned by now!! Don't these pumpkin pops look AWESOME!?! I'm tempted not to use any of my canned pumpkin puree for the pies and use it all for these!! Oh so tempting.
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I am not crafty. This is the ONLY even remotely crafty thing we're doing this year.
It's an 'I'm thankful for...' paper chain! So much fun. :)
Source: silverboxcreative.com via amy in peru on Pinterest