Thanksgiving traditions for Unis students

5 Comments 01 March 2011


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My mom had just put the sweet potatoes and biscuits in the oven. They were really good when they were done. YUMMY!

This is how much Thanksgiving dinner my mom makes every year. There is food from two different cultures: Arabic and American. My mom and I made meat and rice, biscuits, broccoli and cheese, mashed potatoes, corn and salad.

– Niveen Dabaja, Unis Middle School

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  1. Malak Hassoun says:

    Great pictures, Niveen. Your family looks really fun and your brother is really cute!!!!

  2. Zahraa Elhourani says:

    That looks soo good!

  3. Ahmed Fakhreddine says:

    That does not taste good

  4. Mohamad C / 4th Kincaid says:

    Chicken Looks good. Just add mashed patatoes and some gravy. P.S love family dinners

  5. yummy in my tummy! .. This looks really good ! The best thing about it is the family!

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