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    Quote Originally Posted by CrumbSnatcher View Post
    thats my favorite too. i like my spiral ham/glazed and good stuffing also.
    no use for:
    1# kimchee
    2# beets
    3# macaroni salad
    4# broccoli
    5# turkey ?
    i hardly ever eat turkey on turkey day,i prefer the glazed spiral ham. i eat the turkey over the next few days (sandwiches)cold with light miricle whip/mayonnaise which i also seldom use except on tuna sandwiches &thanksgiving.
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YA ALL
    we're doin' corned beef and cabbage

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    Signing off for a bit.

    Sorry if anyone was offended with my comments about the sweet potato/marshmallow thing. (Which really IS disgusting).

    Funny......no matter what YOU might really like, someone else really hates it, and vice versa, example how can The Goat possibly hate green bean casserole with Campbell's Mushroom soup and French's Onions. To me, that IS Thanksgiving.

    Anyway, hope everyone has a healthy and happy one, be careful on the road.

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    Quote Originally Posted by IceAge View Post
    Please, no damned Stove Top stuffing.

    Be at least a little creative and give me some cornbread stuffing with oysters, or stuffing made with bagels and chorizo, or SOMETHING, just no Stove Top......
    How about this recipe - the one I've used for 25 years:

    1. Boil in 1 cup of water 1/2 cup chopped onions and 1 cup chopped celery until slightly cooked.
    2. In large mixing bowl, toss 4 cups whole-wheat bread crumbs (sliced and chopped from a loaf, not prepackaged) with 2 apples peeled and diced, 1 cup chopped pecans, 1-2 Tbs ground sage, 1/2 Tsp cinnamon, fresh ground pepper
    3. After dry ingredients above are mixed, add the onions & celery along with the cooking water and blend in thoroughly
    4. Stuff the turkey

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    Pickled Beets. Harvard Beets. Glazed Beets.

    Rosie O'Donnell.

    I'll eat the orange jello with crushed pineapple and shredded carrot and smile and fuss about how good it is.

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    Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.

    Woo

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    Beets jello and...... shades
    Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jack Tarlin View Post
    First of all, Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, and hope you all have a safe and happy holiday.

    That being said, assuming you're a guest somewhere this week, i.e. you have no real say on what is or is not being served.........what's the ONE item you absolutely don't wanna see on the table, i.e. something you just have no use for, yet it pops up every damned year?

    OK, naming one is too hard. Let's give you five.

    To get started:

    *That indescribably nasty sweet potato/marshmallow thing. I would rather be
    waterboarded than eat this stuff.
    *Turnips.
    *That funked out jello mold (you know, the light green one with the mandarin
    oranges and other stuff suspended inside it).
    *Three bean salad.
    *Beets in any way shape or form.
    i love sweetpotatoes guse you havent hade them made right
    but do have to agree about the beets and the jello
    GRAVY

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    Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.

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    A disgusting dish my ex motherinlaw makes which is mini onions in some kind of cats vomit sauce. No one ever ate it, yet she made loads, and still does every year. Baffling.

    Oh yeah, and another thing i wouldn't want at the table....my ex motherinlaw.

    :-)

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    Happy [email protected]#@#@!!
    "It was on the first of May, in the year 1769, that I resigned my domestic happiness for a time, and left my family and peaceable habitation on the Yadkin River, in North Carolina, to wander through the wilderness of America." - Daniel Boone

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    Oyster stuffing, Jimmy Buffet mentions it in a song, think he claims its a must, must be a bayou thing,the thought of it makes me want to yak

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    I love this thread and have laughed all the way through. My mother was a terrible cook, but we always had the same Thanksgiving... turkey, dressing, lumpy mashed potatoes, sweet potato cassarole with marshmellows, green bean cassarole, canned cranberry sauce, pumpkin pie with coolwhip and those aweful rolls. My family, unfortunately, grew up with the same menu. A couple of years ago, I decided to do a "healthy" thanksgiving. We had turkey with a fruit/nut stuffing, baked yams, fresh green beans, homemade cranberry sauce, and a pumpkin mousse. My family hated it! I will never live it down. So, unhealthy or not, we'll be eating all those things you guys hate.

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    I don't know really what it means, but I love it.

    OWL- I POSTED A PHOTO!!!
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    1. Rhubarb Pie

    2. Yams (with or without marshmallows)

    3. Giblet gravy

    4. Weird fruit salads with marshmallows in them.

    5. Pork chops

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    Quote Originally Posted by ShelterLeopard View Post
    I don't know really what it means, but I love it.

    OWL- I POSTED A PHOTO!!!
    Congrats

    I am thinking I fed the child some turkey meat and he's so mad he's speachless.
    Dogs are excellent judges of character, this fact goes a long way toward explaining why some people don't like being around them.

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    I got the "thinking" "fed" and "child" bits, but couldn't really string them together- I really do french and russian!
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