We didn’t go north for Thanksgiving as we were recently back for Natasha and Andy’s wedding and will go back at Christmas time. I planned to make a Thanksgiving dinner in the motor home. I purchased a turkey breast to roast and had a traditional menu planned, but when we arrived at the RV park we were informed there would be a Thanksgiving pot luck at the club house. So we left the turkey breast for another day and joined the party. And we figured it would be a good way to meet some more of the people of the park. It was a very nice gathering of 40 people or so with tons of great food.
We took our very best pot luck dishes. We had seen people with these at pot lucks at other campgrounds so we purchased a couple before we set out for full timing. And we were far from the only ones who had the sectioned trays. They do work well to sample a lot of different items without them all running together.
I made a Boone family recipe specialty to take – a sugar cream pie. It was yummy if I say so myself.