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Thanksgiving Day Blessings Mix
Topic Started: Nov 20 2007, 11:29 AM (226 Views)
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Blessings Mix
Posted by: "Starkoski Peg" pstarkoski@yahoo.com pstarkoski
Mon Nov 19, 2007 7:42 am (PST)
Hi--
I have been making this up for Thanksgiving for the last few years....I serve it as a snack....I have written up a page with graphics that I printed out and put beside the bowl ....explaining what each treat means. You may want to have some of this sitting around for your Thanksgiving.
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peg

Bugles: Shaped like a cornucopia or Horn of Plenty, a symbol of our nation's
abundance.

Pretzels: Arms folded in prayer, a freedom sought by those who founded our country.

Candy Corn: The sacrifices of the Pilgrims' first winter. Food was so scarce that settlers survived on just a few kernels of corn a day.

Nuts or seeds: Promise of a future harvest, one we can reap only if seeds are
planted and tended with diligence.

Dried Fruits: Harvest gifts from our bountiful land.

M & M's: Memories of those who came before us to lead us into a blessed future.

Hersey's Kiss: The love of family and friends that sweetens our lives.



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