14 thoughts on “San Guibin”

  1. I’m thankful for all my friends and family. 40 more minutes or so and a brined, buttered turkey breast goes in the oven on a bed of now-soggy dressing. The tricky thing is to time things so I can pick my husband up from work and get everything out of the oven at once.

  2. I have been in Puerto Rico and the Dominican Republic on different years and noticed that they publicly advertise and celebrate Thanksgiving there with “savor criollo.” I wonder how many Cuban exiles will continue this tradition on the island once the verdugo and his system disappear.

  3. yah no turkey day in brasil, its something i really miss, not so much the turkey but the holiday.. happy san guibin to all, and to all a good night ;)..

  4. Thank You Val et al @ Babalu!

    All your time and dedication is appreciated … I thank you for keeping my Cuban soul well-nourished!
    I wish you all well!
    with gratitude 🙂 Melek

    “Hem your blessings with thankfulness so they don’t unravel.” ~ Unknown

  5. Happy Thanksgiving all, and ditto all the above especially the thanks to all our readers. Dare I hope–next year in a free Cuba?

  6. Happy thangsguilin to all of the babalublog family. I am very thankful for this blog that is INVALUABLE in spreading the truth. I truly believe the babalublog family is doing a great service by spreading the truth and countering the constant lies used by those against democracies in an effort to make everyone THINK those lies are in fact truth.

    God bless all of you!


  7. Val, Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. I just returned from dinner with my brother and his girlfriend and their family, and my #1 thing for which I am thankful is the strong, unrelenting, unwavering support from my family, my friends, and all the people I’ve not yet been priveleged to meet in person who encourage me and give me strength through a horrible period of my life. I will never forget it and I cherish you all. Thank you for being with me on this journey…

    Joe Papp

  8. Delacova,

    I’ll bet that all of us here that grew up with a Thanksgiving holiday will continue to celebrate it no matter where – here, in Cuba – it’s a day to celebrate, to give thanks. I guarantee you that my father, in Cuba, today, has remembered that this is un dia de fiesta and is sitting somewhere, con un rum en la mano, acordandose de lo que ha vivido aqui en los estados unidos.

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