Martha Moments Readers Share Their Thanksgiving Photos!

I'm never disappointed by the talent, enthusiasm and creativity of Martha Moments readers - who are, of course, all fans of Martha Stewart! During the holidays I always like to showcase some of their photos of their holiday meals and decorations. This Thanksgiving weekend, just like last time, the Martha Moments gang went all out, using Martha's recipes (including Turkey 101), Martha's tableware or Martha's ideas to create a special and memorable holiday! Thank you, readers, for submitting your photos! Enjoy!
My friend David Pantoja, of the Good Things by David blog, set a gorgeous table using his Martha by Mail caramel-glass turkey dishes to complement the centerpiece. I love the colour scheme. You can see more of his table here.
Trellis Smith's turkey looks done to perfection! The presentation is also gorgeous on that Martha Stewart Collection turkey platter! The table setting is so pretty!
Paul Collins' turkey is a sight for hungry eyes - perfectly crispy skin and beautifully displayed on his table for three.
Sharon Taves' wonderful-looking turkey is ready to be carved. I bet it was so tasty!
Jeremy Lambertson's turkey, fresh out of the oven: golden brown and succulent!
Joan Vargas tried Martha's stuffed Turkey Roulade this year. It looks delicious, just waiting for a little drizzle of maple syrup!
Tina Hyland made Martha's savory autumn tarts this year. They look exquisite!
Tihanyi Agnes made a scrumptious-looking sweet potato casserole as a festive side.
Jeremy Lambertson's pumpkin pie looks mouth-wateringly good!
Joan Vargas made several pies this year; here they are wrapped in Saran ready for transport.
This is Jennifer Doherty's delicious-looking pumpkin pie with a topping of pepitas, pecans, almonds and ginger. Yum!
In his grandmother's old skillet, Michael Fus made a chocolate-chip skillet brownie, using Martha's recipe. Wouldn't a slice be so tasty with a cup of coffee?
But it was Martha's pecan pie recipe that was the big holiday hit this year for so many readers! Jeremy Lambertson, Anthony Picozzi, Joan Vargas and Tina Hyland all made her delicious recipe this year - to great effect! Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!


Anonymous said...

Ms Stewart has promised on her blog photos of her Holiday and that of MSL staff. What I am surprised about is how her blog for days leading up to Thanksgiving ignored the Holiday ,both the food and the decor. There is something very "tone deaf" of her fan base and what is hoped for!
Wish to all, A Beautiful Holiday Season!


APM, Martha was in Dubai during the holiday with her family and the staff that runs her blog were, I'm sure, all off for the weekend and could not upload any new photos while Martha was away. Martha, herself, celebrated the holiday the weekend prior to the 23rd with a large dinner party at Bedford. I'm sure we will see photos soon!