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    Quote Originally Posted by Ken View Post
    Isn't most of thanksgiving non-Turkey (other than the Turkey part)
    That is hard to disagree with
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    -put it in the pantry with your cupcakes

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    Quote Originally Posted by The Feral Slasher View Post
    Are u accusing me of telling tails?
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    But I have no FISHICAL evidence.

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    Pretty much the usual turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole. My wife makes a really good corn casserole as well and I'm not really a green bean fan, but apparently her green bean casserole is quite delicious. I've now said casserole so many times, the word has lost all meaning.

    It's the first Thanksgiving without my mother in law and that was my wife's favorite holiday with her, so I'm sure this will be an emotional day for her. She's going to channel those emotions into hours and hours of cooking while I help by monitoring what is happening on TV to make sure nothing has an impact on her cooking. I'm really a gem.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umjewman View Post
    Pretty much the usual turkey, gravy, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole. My wife makes a really good corn casserole as well and I'm not really a green bean fan, but apparently her green bean casserole is quite delicious. I've now said casserole so many times, the word has lost all meaning.

    It's the first Thanksgiving without my mother in law and that was my wife's favorite holiday with her, so I'm sure this will be an emotional day for her. She's going to channel those emotions into hours and hours of cooking while I help by monitoring what is happening on TV to make sure nothing has an impact on her cooking. I'm really a gem.
    My kids told they won't eat anything that contains the word "casserole".
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    Quote Originally Posted by The Feral Slasher View Post
    My kids told they won't eat anything that contains the word "casserole".
    Good thing they'll have that delicious vegan salmon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by umjewman View Post
    Good thing they'll have that delicious vegan salmon.
    Which, by the way, is a thing:

    https://vegnews.com/2018/10/vegan-sa...he-netherlands

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    Quote Originally Posted by umjewman View Post
    Yeah, went to Holland to grab some yesterday. You guys didn't think I was cooking an actual fish did you ?
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    Happy Thanksgiving all you yanks ... last month for Canadian Thanksgiving it was just my wife & me so we roasted a chicken with the usual sides (last year we did a small turkey for 3 people & ended up having leftovers forever ... so no more of that unless we have a crew over)

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    Lessee, we’re hosting this year, so the food roster is turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, green beans in butter and garlic, cranberry sauce, stuffing, deviled eggs, and three kinds of pie- apple, cherry, and a chocolate bourbon.

    Wines are Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc, Frei Brothers reserve Pinot Noir, and a Barolo.

    I may recover from the food coma around Saturday or so.
    I'm just here for the baseball.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chancellor View Post
    Lessee, we’re hosting this year, so the food roster is turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, green beans in butter and garlic, cranberry sauce, stuffing, deviled eggs, and three kinds of pie- apple, cherry, and a chocolate bourbon.

    Wines are Kim Crawford Sauvignon Blanc, Frei Brothers reserve Pinot Noir, and a Barolo.

    I may recover from the food coma around Saturday or so.
    what time do you want us over???

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