Sunday, October 14, 2012

Taylor Crafts Giveaway

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Okay, I feel the need to explain the giveaways, since I didn't do that during the Loose Goose giveaway post.

I host this small recipe blog. I know you could go to a big site like recipes.com to get some awesome recipe for dinner. But I'm glad you come here.

I work at a small business. I've actually worked at several small businesses and consider this a small business.

I support small businesses and vendors.

Don't get me wrong-I'm no hippie, and while I love the USA, I occasionally shop at WalMart; however, when I do get the chance, I try to go to small business owners. I think it's important to do what we can.

All that to say, I'm hosting this series of giveaways to involve you and to shed light on some great small businesses. That's what we did with the Loose Goose. That's what we're doing with Taylor Crafts. And that's what we'll continue to do through the next month (at least) as we prepare for the holidays. My hope is that it will bring some extra business to these great companies, like Taylor Crafts, and will provide you with unique gift-giving opportunities to loved ones.

Unless, of course, you happen to win.

Now, don't even get me started on this giveaway. I'm in love with it, particularly because I have a slight obsession with cutting boards, let alone personalized cutting boards. This is one of "those" products that you will have forever, and it will always be a classic piece in your home.

I was blown away at Belinda and Tony's willingness to be a part of one our giveaways. I sat in awe of their beautiful cutting boards thinking, "There's no way." But alas, here we are, and they are dying to share one of their creations with a very special reader.

So, in true All Kinds of Yumm fashion, we're keeping it simple. Just answer the question below in the comments section below and it will automatically enter you in this giveaway! We will choose the winner at 5 pm on Sunday, October 21st. The winner will get the particular style shown.

For those who were having a hard time finding the comments section, please see the picture below. First, go to the pink box below the blog post. Then, click the number of comments (in this case, it says 0 comments). Then what's seen in the second picture will show up. Go ahead and leave a comment, and that's it! If you are using Internet Explorer, you may run into some issues. If you are having a problem leaving a comment, please do not hesitate to contact me on Facebook or by email and I will do it for you.


See? Press the easy button!

Okay, now the question (drum roll, please).......

Truth time: Have you ever done a disposable-Thanksgiving? Meaning, have you ever bought paper plates/containers, and just tossed it all at the end of the meal? I ask because that's my plan this year. Party City Premium Tableware, here I come! What are your thoughts on this type of entertaining?

I mostly want to know because I want to know if that makes me trashy. I love my husband, but the man won't wash a dish, so I'm kinda' on my own in this department. Remember to answer honestly, as your answer doesn't determine who wins!

Love and cutting boards,

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97 comments:

  1. Not trashy-SMART!

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  2. I don't think it is trashy at all to use paper products for a big meal. They have such cute looking plastic utensils, plates, etc nowadays that you really wouldn't even notice that it is not glass, ceramic or whatever. So, I definitely so go for it!

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  3. Whenever I am serving a LARGE crowd I always use disposable plates, cups, and napkins, but not silverware! There's just something about eating with a plastic utensil, ya know? Besides, disposable gives you more time to spend with your family instead of worrying about doing the dishes! And NO you are NOT TRASHY! :)

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  4. I use them year round and upgrade to the pretty ones during the holidays. It makes life so much easier. I too have the same problem with dishes around here, if I don't do them, they don't get done. Also, this gives you more time with loved ones and you have no resentment of having to always do dishes. Holly Hansen-Daub

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  5. Yes!! We usually have our extended family over and rather than spend the evening cleaning up, we use heavy duty paper plates (they have them in stores around the holidays - an oval shape... holds up great, but I can't remember the brand). And usually our families bring dishes in the big aluminum disposable pans. The only thing we use that is not disposable to cook is of course pots and pans, and a nice serving plate for the turkey.

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  6. Yes...because there are such cute options and it makes the clean up much so much faster and easier for those who are already tired from cooking the meal! (Besides, you need your energy for Black Thursday Night, right?) :)

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  7. YES!!! We DID use paper goods one year!
    My MIL was out of town so, of course the "Old Country Roses" fine china stayed in the cabinet at her dark house while her two sons and families lived it up with paper goods from Costco. It was AWESOME tossing everything in the trash and havng the whole rest of the afternoon to play with the kids!

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  8. We usually use disposable stuff for big holiday meals,

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  10. Disposable dishes are the best at holidays! Don't get me wrong, I'm all about pulling out the classy dinnerware and stemware for certain occasions........but, to me, holidays are about TIME with family. This includes quality conversations, taking a walk after dinner, playing games, etc. Washing dishes eats into that already-too-little family time. Sometimes it is TOTALLY worth saving time - even if less fancy - in order to have what really matters: time with people you love.

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  11. Yes! I definitely have, with my dad's brothers all getting together, and all the cousins. We've always used a mix of paper/plastic goods and regular dishware - we used good silverware, and everyone labeled their glass and used it throughout the day, but paper plates, bowls, and napkins are our usual go-to, with so many people!

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  12. We haven't but I don't think it's trashy and you know what? Family usually understands when we do tings like that so who cares!

    Love those cutting boards by the way, AMAZING.

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  13. I have never used paper plates or utensils for Thanksgiving or a holiday family meal, because we usually eat Thanksgiving and holiday dinners with my grandparents and extended family and they like to make everything perfect, but if it was just our immediate family, such as a birthday, we have done paper plates before, such as for birthdays, and even parties with many guests, since usually only finger food was being served and nobody sat down anyway. If it was a holiday or fancy party dinner in which people sat down around a table then usually we did not do paper plates but I don't see anything wrong with it. Even plastic utensils I don't think is necessarily trashy; trashy is not spending time with the people you love. :)

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  14. I have never tried the disposable dinner....however...since you have mentioned it I think it's a great idea, and I might try it on the next big one.
    bcbeaveratheart at gmail dot com

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  15. I can't say I personally have ever used paper or plaric for a holiday meal but it usually comes to mind when I'm cleaning up afterwards, it's the worst part of the meal!

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  16. NOT trashy. Maybe NOT typical but it seems like a good idea. Much easier. Something my family would do. We do that on Christmas haha

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  17. I have never done this, but given the amount of work that goes into a big holiday meal I absolutely understand it. Are you going with biodegradable options?

    urchiken at gmail dot com

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  18. No we have never used anything diposable for Thanksgiving. There are always so many women in our family that we get it all cleaned up lickety split...I honestly don't think I'd ever use it.....Maybe some pretty ones you can use....ciao4now64 at yahoo dot com.

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  19. No, we've never used any disposable items for Thanksgiving. I love Thanksgiving and plan for it for about a month!

    navybaby1113 (at) gmail (dot) com

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  20. Not trashy at all! I always buy the fancier options and get compliments on them all the time!! LOVE that cutting board too!!

    Early(dot)Erica(at)gmail (dot) com

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  21. I never use it. I am in favor of the idea, but if it's reusable, recyclable or compostable only :)
    v_theberge@hotmail.com

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  22. I have a few times. I would do it this year but it would make me feel guilty about being un-eco-friendly. lol

    eclairre at ymail dot com

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  23. it's a smart thing to do. good for your sanity, too.
    i've never done it, though i wouldn't say it's trashy. just don't get those very cheap plates that get all soggy!
    :)
    love the giveaway. fingers crossed!

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  24. We have done it disposable, and gone all the way with real china and linens other years. Either way is really fun! We usually do disposable when we cook a non-traditional meal and go a little more formal when we do traditional Thanksgiving :)

    Thanks for the giveaway- what a gorgeous prize!

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  25. I've never done a disposable Thanksgiving, but it's not a bad idea. I did read in a magazine or article somewhere about covering the dinner table with butcher paper and setting out foods that don't really get messy, like cold cuts, cheeses, etc. and then just rolling it up and throwing the whole thing away at the end of the night. I'm not sure what the logistics would be with turkey and cranberry sauce, though...

    lh_93 (at) hotmail (dot) com

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  26. I've never had a Thanksgiving with disposable kitchenware/utensils--but every year, I ask myself why I didn't go disposable as all the guests leave and it's just me and my boyfriend left to do the dishes. These tablewares look like they could definitely work though! Especially for an event like Thanksgiving where there's just so much to catch up on with every one, that there really isn't much time left to do the dishes after a long light. I think it's a go! :)

    email: felicia.allthingsdreamy (at) gmail.com

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  27. I don't think it's trashy at all! You can buy higher end disposables if you're worried about what your family will think, but I'm sure they'll understand! That's a lot of dishes to wash from cooking along with a lot of people to clean up after and there's only so much a dishwasher can handle! Doing disposable will give you more time with your family instead of cleaning the kitchen...which is what Thanksgiving is about anyway!!

    email: stacydotson (at) gmail.com

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  28. This is what I wish for!! My hubs' family won't go for it they are all about traditions.
    I'm not.
    Work smarter not harder.
    For my shin digs I have no shame I break out the disposables.
    imnotarunner@gmail.com

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  29. I never have, but it seems like a great way to make clean-up a breeze! Then you have more time to enjoy the family, instead of doing chores!

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  30. Nope, but that's because my aunts and uncles are always so great about cleaning up--and I'm going to teach my kids to be the same when they are guests!

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  31. Yes! :) We are doing it again this year! We use regular serving dishes but for the plates, we use pretty paper ones! :) It isn't trashy at all! :)

    thecountryblossom at hotmail dot com

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  32. Yeas...we have done it. My husband works at a major manufacturer of plates, cups, cutlery, etc. And he gets to bring stuff home to use. It saves a ton of stress. So just trash and enjoy the extra time

    Angie
    Rennieangie at gmail dot com

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  33. I don't think it's trashy at all. I feel Thanksgiving is about spending the day with loved ones, not putting on a "show." I say do what ya gotta do. One year we ordered our entire meal from Kroger and it was so nice. Everyone got to sit around and talk, actually enjoy the day without worrying about the food cooking, the cleaning up, etc. Afterwards, most of it was disposable and that made clean up a snap. Another year we ate out at a restaurant, which was nice being served, not having to clean up or having leftovers to put up, but I felt bad for the servers having to work on Thanksgiving. I think whatever you can do to make the day less work and less stressful so you can enjoy your time with your family is the way to go! :-)

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  34. The only trashy it is is the kind where you're making more trash. :) So it depends on your view on that (don't take that as me being preachy!). I've had a few family members get on me about "creating more garbage" when using disposables.

    I think it's smart when it comes to clean up especially when you are the one doing the cooking and serving! Long gone is the day where we sit down and dine on the "fancy" dishes for Thanksgiving. If I'm doing all the prep, we're doing whatever is easiest for me to get cleaned up since everybody seems to want the food but not help with the food clean up. :)

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  35. As long as you get environmentally friendly disposable table wear, I say go for it!

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  36. You know I haven't ever done that but it's an excellent idea. I don't think anyone would probably notice or care.

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  37. Haven't done it yet, but I never say never! I'd go for paper products, not plastic, or maybe those amazing plates and cups made out of corn that disintegrate in landfills naturally.

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  38. I have not done a disposable Thanksgiving but think that it is one of the best ideas I've ever heard! The worst part of thanksgiving is the clean up...so, anything to cut down on washing dishes is an awesome idea in my opinion!

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  39. No, for the main meal we usually try to use the nice china or at least regular dishes.... BUT I see absolutely no problem with using disposable. Preparing Thanksgiving meal is so time-consuming and there is usually so much going on, this would be a great way to save some time. Thank you for the give away opportunity! :-)

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  40. Thanksgiving is an extra special meal for us, we pull out the nicer dishes.

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  41. not trashy, but I am not a huge fan. Than again, I like doing dishes :)

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  42. We've never done it, but I can see how it would save so much time and energy after all that cooking. Plus, they make those disposable plates so pretty and sturdy nowadays anyway!

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  43. I haven't done it for Thanksgiving, but I'm certainly not above using disposables when necessary. I just try to compost and recycle everything that I can!

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  44. I don't think it's trashy, I think it's totally practical! I've never had a 'disposable thanksgiving', BUT, that is only because we always go to someone else's house to celebrate, but I totally would. It's so much work to pick up dishes and wash them afterwards, especially if you have a lot of guests!

    Thanks for the chance, I have a slight obsession for cutting boards lol!

    Nury77 at live dot ca

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  45. I have seen the "premium" disposable tableware and it is impressive. I would use it in a heartbeat. Anything you do to limit clean-up after the eating competition that is Thanksgiving!

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  46. I think a disposable Thanksgiving is such a great idea. It makes it more casual which could end up making it way more stress-free!

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  47. They make some beautiful plastic-ware these days, and who wants to spend the whole day in the kitchen? :) cartwrightgrace@aol.com

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  48. We do a disposable thanksgiving and christmas each year... too many people for real dishes and clean up is so much easier. Get the durable stuff though so it holds up to all the yummy sides!

    ericagr84@gmail.com

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  49. I have never done a disposable Thanksgiving. I have order Thanksgiving dinner already made, but I still use the good plates.


    sparmeland (at) optonline (dot) net

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  50. SMART, that's what I think. I'd say try to do it eco-friendly styles though.

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  51. We don't use disposables at our house, so we haven't done a disposable holiday. Can you wrangle some other guests into helping with the dishes? ;-)

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  52. GOOD IDEA, especially with the nice disposable plates/dinnerware on the market these days. Some make it impossible to tell the difference, except for the time saved during clean up! : )

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  53. I prefer a more formal holiday meal, but for the past few years that has not been practical. My father-in-law is in a Nursing Home and cannot travel to my house. So I prepare the meal at home and transport it 75 miles so our family can spend the time with him. We reserve a room in the nursing home. We do the same thing at Christmas, but my sister-in-law prepares that meal. In our own homes we would both use china, but we try to get the nicest disposable dinnerware we can and make our tables look as good as possible.

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  54. The easier the better! It will make the food taste even better knowing there are minimal dishes at the end! Holidays are about enjoying not stressing over cleaning. I also have a "won't wash a dish" man in my life. Oh well.... Gotta love them anyhow.

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  55. I am totally a dirty hippy but when it comes to hosting lots of people? You don't want to spend time in the kitchen cleaning dishes when you could be with family. It's not trashy to spend time with loved ones. Go for it. If you feel guilty they make some pretty fancy disposable plates ;)

    khbride at yahoo dot com

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  56. I use pretty fall or Thanksgiving themed paper plates every year. I spend so much time cooking and baking, that the use of these plates makes clean up a little easier. They also have so many pretty patterns now that it helps set a nice table. The whole tradition is to spend time together, and who wants to spend 2 hours washing dishes when you can be having dessert with your family.

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  57. you are NOT trashy. i think the premium tableware is an amazing idea. go with it, you'll be so happy come thanksgiving night!

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  58. i've done it -- and I loved it. especially if you have lots of guests.

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  59. My family never has done that, but we plan on doing that this year. We will be having over 20 people for thanksgiving and I am not going to be roped into cooking and cleaning the dishes. ambrerose at(aol) dot(com)

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  60. there is nothing wrong with it! people use disposables for birthday parties and such, so why NOT thanksgiving?1 the amount of dishes you use on that holiday is insane! at my house, we cook both a vegetarian and traditional thanksgiving, so we have double the dishes-- and WE USE PAPER. it saves on time, water, soap, and i dont have to worry when someone drops a plate or a cup in the shuffle... no broken glass! (it happens A LOT lol)

    ihearttoxie@gmail.com

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  61. yes yes yes to disposable Turkey day. its a great idea because with all the pots and pans you'll have to wash not having to load the dishwasher to max fill is nice.

    awesome cutting boards! love this one
    http://www.etsy.com/listing/80398338/personalized-cutting-boards-engraved

    my email- belvender@gmail.com

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  62. We have used disposables many Thanksgivings because we don't have a dishwasher and it makes cleanup so much easier. One year I even decided not to cook at all and ordered a pre-made meal: it was yummy and I had no regrets!

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  63. I've only done it once and it was the year we celebrated Thanksgiving at my in-laws' cabin - and it was a Canadian Thanksgiving which in in October. We celebrate American Thanksgiving at my brother's house. I can't imagine eating his turkey on a paper plate. I'm all for easy clean-up, but probably not on Thanksgiving. How long would it take to wash up plates and silverware?

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  64. I always use throw away stuff for the holidays,too many people and no dishwasher
    kayleefaith1228@aol.com

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  65. I've never done it but I think it's fine.

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  66. I havent done it yet myself but I would if it would make feeding a big crowd easier

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  67. I've never done any type of disposable dinners at home, only at picnics and outings! But if it's just a small gathering, then I think you shouldn't be ashamed of not bothering with all the cleanup. Fancy dinner parties are kind of cheesy anyways, right? x

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  68. Depends on where my family is at every year :-) but if it is the best fit then do it!

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  69. We have done this with our extended family, and it does make the clean up much much easier. More time to enjoy family than half of the family in the kitchen cleaning.

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  70. Being raised on fine china/crystal for each and every one of the thanksgiving and Christmas meals, I have not so fond memories of having to wash all those dishes for our huge family before I could get on with playing with cousins, or whatever. In my adult years, I do tend to pull out the china (yes I have china and crystal), BUT... life has changed for me and I have to keep things simple. I see NO REASON whatsoever to reevaluate the use of the finery. Hey, I might even mix it up and NOT COOK this year, but order the meal from Fry's and serve it up fancy, OR I might put my energies into cooking, but leave the clean up to the kids and a few black garbage bags. Do what works for YOU! Or, mix it up! I think now days, the dishwashers may have a fine china setting on them, so I might not have to wash the plates by hand anyway.

    It's a good question! Thanks for the food for thought. Will be waiting to hear what you decide! :0) Kerry

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  71. I haven't done a completely disposable holiday but whenever I'm hosting my huge family, I use aluminum foil pans for all the cooking so all I have to do is run one small load of plates, silver, and glasses through the dishwasher.

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  72. We always do a disposable holiday because it is so much easier to just toss the plates and cups then argue over who is going to do dishes. And we are all usually stuffed or ready to watch a movie after dinner, so it gives us more time together.
    Shaunda.Eppes at gmail dot com

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  73. I have never had a disposable Thanksgiving. I know that it would be easier, but it just would NOT be Thanksgiving without using my Mom's Quince china!

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  74. Thanksgiving is about family, friends, and time spent with them...the less time you're cleaning up the more time for playing games, chatting, and having fun with those you love most...ENJOY YOUR TIME TOGETHER :).
    chillbabie at hotmail dot com

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  75. I never have done a disposable Thanksgiving, but I don't see anything wrong with it. Thanksgiving is about the people you're spending time with and the food that you're blessed enough to eat, so who cares if your cup is plastic and your plate is paper. Rock on sister. XO

    Dbyrne1[at]gmail[dot]com

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  76. I always do a disposable Thanksgiving! It's just me, my husband & 3 kids so we do the paper plates, cups & even the aluminum pan thing for the turkey & sides :) I HATE DISHES lol

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  77. It's not trashy as long as the plates are super solid and aren't going to cave from the weight!

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  78. I've never done this for Thanksgiving, but if I did I think I'd opt for disposable bamboo plates, cutlery, etc.

    jenniferjoy (at) gmail (dot) com

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  79. We have done this for the past few years, clean up is so much easier. We also use the aluminum pans because who wants to do dishes, spending time with family and taking a nap is better! We also get the to-go boxes for family/friends to take left overs home. Everyone makes their "doggie bags" after we eat, I'm sure no dog will be getting those leftovers though!

    Alexis.accessories at gmail dot com

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  80. I'm asian so Thanksgiving was never a very formal affair in my family...

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  81. Not trashy at all! I do it every year....because as you said, nobody does the dishes but me. You are simply saving yourself some time and effort. It will not detract from the awesome flavors of the food!!!!

    Be blessed.

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  82. Ooh love that board. I have totally done the paper plates/napkins/plastic utensils thing for Thanksgiving. It's so much easier, and I personally think holidays should be more about the company we keep and the food that we share rather than what kind of eating utensils we use! ;) So I say go for it!

    Amber

    shevilkenevil1 at aol dot com

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  83. I have embraced the use of paper plates at holidays and other festive occasions. While I do feel bad that my good china doesn't ever get to vacation outside of my china hutch, the ease of clean up overrides this guilt! An easy and fast cleanup gives me more time with my family and other guests, and that's really what it is all about!

    Gigi

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  84. I have embraced the use of paper plates at holidays and other festive occasions. While I do feel bad that my good china doesn't ever get to vacation outside of my china hutch, the ease of clean up overrides this guilt! An easy and fast cleanup gives me more time with my family and other guests, and that's really what it is all about! Cherie

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  85. I have not done that, but I've managed to avoid hosting Thanksgiving altogether and instead help out with cleanup at other people's houses. I appreciate wanting to spend more time with family and less time worrying about dishes! Cherie

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  86. I don't think it's trashy at all! You do enough work cooking & planning that dishes should be the last of your worries. That being said I have never prepared a Thanksgiving dinner as I start dropping hints early enough that I get invited to 2-3 dinners every year ;)

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  87. Yes, I have done this many times and will be doing it this year. My husband and I have four young kids so it just makes things easier and I'm in the same boat because my husband won't do dishes either. Thanks for the awesome giveaway :)

    Renee
    fattybumpkins at yahoo dot com

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  88. I haven't done it but I think it's a great idea. Dish washing is no fun! haha

    hockeyheaven7(at)yahoo(dot)com

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  89. I probably did before I had a dishwasher and teenagers, but I don't remember. Everyone has to help with the dishes here!

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  90. Wanting to spend your holiday with those you love instead of washing more dishes doesn't make you "trashy". At least you're cooking a scrumptious meal. Last year, we ate our Thanksgiving dinner at a McDonald's on the way home from four days at the beach (all of the good restaurants in Columbia were either closed or packed). :) Becky Carnahan

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  91. Yes! That's what we've always done. There are so many dishes already after all the cooking, and I think it's important to get to spend as much time with family as possible on Thanksgiving. Plates are always disposable, nice and sturdy, but disposable.

    Rebekkah.smith@yahoo.com

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  92. Nope. We've always gone all out with the china and silver and crystal. Though to be honest, paper/plastic would be so much easier! None of the fancy stuff is even dishwasher-safe, so cleaning up takes forever!
    e.estt[at]yahoo[dot]com

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  93. I've never done it, we always use my great grandma's china. If you do it though, I have no problem with it and don't find it trashy.
    paramourbeat at gmail dot com

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  94. I've never hosted Thanksgiving (thankfully!) so I've obviously never done it disposable. My mother would probably die if she heard me say this, but I would totally do that. I'm all about easy! Love your blog & thanks for the giveaway!

    frankandkatie at gmail dot com

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  95. I never did this....but sure would like to!
    thanks for the giveaway.....

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  96. we have done disposables because we never have enough plates. we have enough small plates for desserts, just not for the main meals. it's easy. and a lot less clean up!

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  97. My in-laws do. The family is huge, so it makes lots of sense b/c there isnt enough regular plates for everyone (especially for the kids!)
    mermont84 at yahoo.com

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