Hi all. I just wanted to reach out and let you know about my new interactive community and share a few recipe links for Thanksgiving. It will be different for most of us this year, but I think we still need to make it special. Finding gratitude for even the smallest graces and gifts can alleviate negative feelings such as fear, anger, and frustration. I don’t know anyone who doesn’t need some relief from those emotions this year.

I will miss this Thanksgiving crew this year but look forward to years ahead!

I’m excited to invite you to join me on a new platform called It allows creators to form communities to interact and engage in specific subjects (like cooking!). It’s free to become a member, and, for now, I’m not charging a subscription fee while I build the community, so don’t let that hold you back from checking it out. After the first of the year, I will reassess and ask for a small donation or monthly fee of $5, depending on the time I am devoting to moderating.

The name of the community is Recipes and Ramblings I would love to see you there! We will discuss all things culinary, and you can ask me questions, get cooking tips, share recipes, etc. We can also delve into real-life issues around relationships, parenting, grief, joy, etc. One topic that will be off-limits will be politics, and I will require members to treat each other with open minds and respectful words.

Of course, I will keep the blog going as well!

Here are a few recipe links from breakfast to dessert to save you a search this week. No turkey recipe yet, but I’ve made many, and if you join my Recipes and Ramblings community, I can answer your questions. Remember, there is no such thing as too many pies on Thanksgiving, no matter how few people you have to eat them. Enjoy yourself; you deserve it.

Hoping you find some miracles this Thanksgiving… Thank you for being here!

When gratitude becomes an essential foundations in our lives, miracles start to appear everywhere.

Emmanuel Dagher

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