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    Default Re: What do you serve for Thanksgiving Dinner?

    Not sure what we will be having as it is only the 3 of us. The son doesnt like turkey. But may do a small turkey breast and then let him pick his choice of meat. Probably a burger.LOL Diffentily will have to make circle corn his favorite,( Corn on the cob)

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    Roadkill.

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    Quote Originally Posted by blunthead View Post
    Maybe French Silkf...maybe not.
    Oooops French Silk--a whipped chocolate pie with a whipped cream topping.

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    Sometimes I have turkey....sometimes I do not bother. Growing up in Newfoundland, we did not really celebrate the holiday that much. Now St. Paddys' day was a different story. We are the only place outside of Ireland where this holiday is a statutory one.

    With turkey, growing up there, we usually had a Jigg's dinner with the bird. Lots of peaspudding...yum my favorite.

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    I'm thinkin' I'll smoke a big ol' hog this year,
    ...where in hell do you get wrappin' papers THAT size???...methinks the Zig-Zag Man, ain't up to it...

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    And I am so very sorry to report, but this stuff, it really pretty good...yeah I know, go figure!
    http://www.whitecastle.com/food/reci...urkey-stuffing

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    Quote Originally Posted by PatInTheHat View Post
    And I am so very sorry to report, but this stuff, it really pretty good...yeah I know, go figure!
    http://www.whitecastle.com/food/reci...urkey-stuffing


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    Quote Originally Posted by Haunted View Post

    I know I know, but.....

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    Default Re: What do you serve for Thanksgiving Dinner?

    Quote Originally Posted by king family fan View Post
    Not sure what we will be having as it is only the 3 of us. The son doesnt like turkey. But may do a small turkey breast and then let him pick his choice of meat. Probably a burger.LOL Diffentily will have to make circle corn his favorite,( Corn on the cob)
    LOL ... one of my nieces used to call it "corn on the bone" when she was three or four. She now denies that, but I'm like "Girl please. I was THERE."

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    Default Re: What do you serve for Thanksgiving Dinner?

    For me Thanksgiving will always, so far, be a big turkey, mashed potatoes, butter and gravy, the long green beans, cranberry "sauce" (canned, red, cranberry jelly), milk (probably, who remembers that?), but mostly it was the dressing. It was homemade back then--back when we still had to tend the south forty that day--and I would eat it, and Dad and I would fight over it, and a splendid time would be had by all who realized there's only so much dressing, dammit.

    Make a lot of dressing.

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