MBHS Thanksgiving Break


If you’re clueless about what to do for thanksgiving you’re not alone. Students and teachers at Morro Bay High School (MBHS) have shared their traditions and what they’re excited about for this upcoming Thanksgiving. In order to get everyone hyped and just spread the joy.                           

MBHS  of course shared their love of the foods everyone eats on thanksgiving.  students Lucy and Ruby Bariel both agreed mashed potatoes were the best. Yet many other students (Nate Turner)  agreed that the all time best thanksgiving food was stuffing.  Freshman Jake Falat said he loved to eat and that its fantastic

Many students have annual family traditions during thanksgiving. One student MacCrae Williams said “ 1. Sit fat butts down, 2. Eat until you can’t 3. Eat more 4. Eat more 5. Eat dessert 6. Food coma 7. One hour nap, no noise or you’ll be kicked out at 7. Get tested  (bam you have COVID)9. NO POLITICS 10. Advil’s lots of advice.”  

Anyone can agree that thanksgiving is a favorite but let’s talk about black Friday many of the students at MBHS agreed that black Friday was the peak of thanksgiving. Others would disagree. Nate Turner and freshman at MBHS, assured us that the best part of Thanksgiving was the dog show. He and the rest of his family watch this amazing, amusing and adorable show every thanksgiving.

This thanksgiving will be fun and exciting seeing family and sharing what you are thankful for. Enjoy the turkey and remember no politics!Spanish and French Teacher Mrs. Kohler shared her Thanksgiving Turkey recipe that was El  Salvador style as she grew up there. 

Thanksgiving Recipe
Main Dish: Turkey

Recipe from: Ms. Kholer


15 roasted tomatoes (peeled after roasted)

4 roasted green peppers (peeled after roasted)

1 roasted onion

2 garlic cloves

3 celeries sticks

1 carrot

½ can tomato paste

1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce

¼ cup red wine vinegar

1 small dried chile plum

3 laurel leaves

1 teaspoon parsley

Pepper to taste

Salt to taste

1 teaspoon dried oregano

1 teaspoon cumin

½ teaspoon paprika

3 cloves

2 teaspoons pumpkin seeds

1 teaspoon sesame seeds

2 cups chicken broth

1 teaspoon sugar


Roast all dried spices, sesame seeds, and pumpkin seeds. Blend all ingredients, except vinegar and laurel leaves in a blender.  Pour in a pan, and add 1 teaspoon sugar.  Cook for about ½ hour on low.  Add vinegar, laurel leaves and some of the fat released from the turkey being baked. With this sauce you can also baste the turkey in the oven.


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