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Thanksgiving feast: treats, turkey, family

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buy instagram likes subscription The Chammout Family gathers for a Thanksgiving feast with all the trimmings.

Click photo or this link for a slideshow of the Chammout Family Thanksgiving.

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dwayne johnson body transformation Thanksgiving with my family is a lot of fun! The adults cook dinner while the kids chat. Well, except Uncle Ali who is very sneaky when he tries to sneak Rice Krispies treats I made before everyone else starts eating.

I guess you can say that I’m a great chef. When everyone starts to get food, there are oohs an aahs as my Grandma reveals the Thanksgiving turkey. Their mouths drool when they see the turkey, which is cooked perfectly to a golden crisp.

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  1. Alaa Saad says:

    Your video was AWESOME The food looked SOOOO good, especially the marshmallow candy lollipops!

  2. April Kincaid says:

    Hi Mirvat,
    I was surprised to see how traditional your families Thanksgiving was. I expected to see Arabic and American dishes too. However, I was impressed at just how many American items were on the table. I guess Thanksgiving is another way we have all embraced American culture. Thanks for sharing!

  3. Fatima Jomaa 6th hour says:

    Hey Mirvat, I really enjoyed your video especially with all the tasty treats, also i personally think that the good thing about Thanksgiving is that you get to sit with your friends and family and enjoy a big feast! Anyways Great Job on everything! ;)

  4. Moe Berro 7th hour says:

    This is a good story.I do the same thing me and my family have a big feist and enjoy Thanksgiving together.


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