I find this adorable vegetable platter made to look like a turkey (thank you, Amy Locurto at “Living Locurto” for the great idea), and I can’t resist. After the Boo Platter tradition began, I learned that even my simplest attempts to create whimsical traditions don’t go unnoticed or forgotten.
We arrange bok choy and spinach, then carrots, and then sliced peppers of alternating colors for beautiful feathers. We use cucumbers and then half a green pepper as the face. We improvise with olives and a pepper slice to finish the turkey’s expression. Finally, we use celery for feet.
|Turkey Vegetable Platter|
I actually have to force my children to stop eating the vegetables so I can take a photo. Welcome, Turkey Veggie Platter, to our Thanksgiving traditions.
Isn’t it funny how children will eat vegetables made to look like something else?