Monday, 13 October 2008

Indo-Canadian Thanksgiving

My sister Anjali and BIL Prem celebrated Canadian Thanksgiving Indian style in NB
Their friends , Ruan and Kumari were visiting them with their three children



My innovative sister who is a very good cook made a tandoori turkey for the weekend celebration.
It must have looked like this picture I got from the web.Tandoori cooking uses Indian spices to bake fowl. I wish I was there at the Thanksgiving table.
Anju 's next 2 weekends are booked too
1. Saturday morning Men 's Prayer Fellowship followed by brunch.
2. On daughter Mahima 's birthday weekend 9 of her High School girl friends are coming over .
Anju you certainly have you hands full with your teaching too.
Happy Thanksgiving to all my Canadian Friends

6 Fertilize my soul:

~Robin said...

nice pictures-is that you inthe blue amrita?
hugs~

Gail W. said...

Hello Amrita,
Tandoori turkey - that sounds fabulous!!! I am glad our paths crossed at Kathie's blog. It's nice to "meet" you!
May you feel His grace today,
Gail W.

Pia said...

wow, that looks really yummy!

Amrita said...

No Robin, that 's my sis.

Hi Gail, thank you for visiting my blog. Welcome.

Hi Pia, God bless you on your birthday.

Lille meg said...

Oh, do you have birthday?
Then I must say happy birthday!
The photos are so nice, and that thanksgiving food seems very jummy!
In Norway we do not celebtate thanksgiving, but I think we ought to.
Thank you for your kind comment to me, and have a happy day!:)

Amrita said...

Hi lille meg

They were celebrating their national Canadian Thanksgiving.

In India too we don 't have a national thanksgiving day but different churches celebrate their own.