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It's that time of year again!  Time to reveal those delicious speads you look forward to gorging yourself on during this annual feast!

 

Deep fried turkey?  BBQ ribs (dry rub or slathered in sauce)?  Prime rib?  Honey baked ham? Traditional turkey?  Or a mega-tailgate spread for a day full of football?

 

What do you do?

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Turkey with cranberry, sausage, mushroom, bread stuffing. Mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, yams, corn, vegetable melody.

Salad, mixed greens bannana peppers, olives, onions, tomatoes, olive oil Italian dressing.

Fresh homemade bread.

Raviolis or homemade pasta sausage, meatballs, cheeses,

Baked garlic bread

Fresh pies Apple, pumpkin, blueberry.

At grandma's house it was a seven course meal, home made Italian soup. Each course was 45 minutes apart. You didn't rush we talked a lot.

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Typically nothing fancy feast wise here.  Turkey, taters, gravy and a few other sides.  The most exciting is the chocolate pie.

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Fried turkey is amazing... Definitely the thing I look forward to the most on thanksgiving!

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Happy Thanksgiving to all. We are having everyone at our house this year. I know we will have turkey and dressing, honey baked ham, some sausage dish, and lots of veggies. Everyone is bring at least one dish. Looks like I will be adding some more pounds that I don't need but I am not going to worry about, just eat and have good fellowship with family.

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Frying the bird in the backyard having some alcoholic beverages and busting the shotguns off!

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smoking the turkey, making my once a year mac & cheese, pumpkin pie cheesecake and probably some jalapeño creamed corn in addition to whatever everyone else makes as far as sides go.  This will be my first year smoking the turkey so we will see how it goes.....could be interesting since i haven't smoked a turkey before, only chickens.

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it's the second year in our house and my wife and i are hosting her parents and my mom/stepdad.  also having my brother in law and his fiance over so it's a somewhat full house compared to the usual 2!

doing turkey/gravy/dressing, mashed potatoes, mac and cheese, cornbread casserole, green beans and i don't know what for desert

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The family is going to eat out this year.  But in keeping with the spirit of the season:

 

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Everyone else is dining on fried turkey and traditional foods. However, I will be drinking Mickeys, eating crackers and cheese, and watching football. Enjoy the holidays, and Happy Thanksgiving to all!

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Everyone else is dining on fried turkey and traditional foods. However, I will be drinking Mickeys, eating crackers and cheese, and watching football. Enjoy the holidays, and Happy Thanksgiving to all!

 

Cheese is binding.

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If the family wasn't coming over we would do a turkey breast or turkey roast.

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In this order....

* Garlic bread with melted provolone cheese and a slice of tomato.

* 2 Turkeys cooked in the oven the old fashioned way.

* Stuffing

* Lasagna

* Mashed potatoes

* Sweet potatoes

* Tomatoe Salad

* Pasta salad

* 2 different vegtables

* Home made Italian bread

* Home made Italian pastries

* Red wine

Mike

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Turkey with cranberry, sausage, mushroom, bread stuffing. Mashed potatoes, baked potatoes, yams, corn, vegetable melody.

Salad, mixed greens bannana peppers, olives, onions, tomatoes, olive oil Italian dressing.

Fresh homemade bread.

Raviolis or homemade pasta sausage, meatballs, cheeses,

Baked garlic bread

Fresh pies Apple, pumpkin, blueberry.

At grandma's house it was a seven course meal, home made Italian soup. Each course was 45 minutes apart. You didn't rush we talked a lot.

 

 

In this order....

* Garlic bread with melted provolone cheese and a slice of tomato.

* 2 Turkeys cooked in the oven the old fashioned way.

* Stuffing

* Lasagna

* Mashed potatoes

* Sweet potatoes

* Tomatoe Salad

* Pasta salad

* 2 different vegtables

* Home made Italian bread

* Home made Italian pastries

* Red wine

Mike

 

 

 

I grew up experiencing those kind of Thanksgiving meals...  the traditional meal, plus a HUGE platter of pasta surrounded with meatballs, sausage, pork chops, and chicken parts that were all cooked in the sauce.   

 

I hope you guys are going to have some canolis to go along with the traditional deserts!   :respect-059:

 

Happy Thanksgiving to all,

Bob

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Our thanks giving isn't nothing like my grandparents once was. They were cooking for days ahead of the big day.

Ah Canole have to get those too. My daughter in law will make fresh pizales. I have her the maker last christmas with a waffle maker.

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Frying the bird in the backyard

Last year

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What we're having: Turkey, ham, and all the fix'ins. 

 

What I want and what I grew up eating at Thanksgiving: roasted oysters, fried cornbread, grits, greenbeans, sweet tea.

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Definitely a traditional turkey with all of the sides, I love me some fried turkey but it's just not Thanksgiving to me.

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I grew up experiencing those kind of Thanksgiving meals...  the traditional meal, plus a HUGE platter of pasta surrounded with meatballs, sausage, pork chops, and chicken parts that were all cooked in the sauce.   

 

I hope you guys are going to have some canolis to go along with the traditional deserts!   :respect-059:

 

Happy Thanksgiving to all,

Bob

The Cannoli's and Sfogliatella's are usually half gone before the Turkey comes out of oven!! ;)

Mike

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Shrimp cocktail

Bacon-wrapped brussell sprouts

Turkey

Stuffing

Mashed potatoes

Green bean casserole

Dinner rolls

Pumpkin pie

Pecan pie

And all the soda I can drink :)

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Turkey and spiral cut ham and all the trimmings,Wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving

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Turkey brining as we speak. 

Took mine out of he brine last night after about a 24 hour soak and now is on the smoker.....a few hours more to go and we should be good to go.  

 

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It's that time of year again!  Time to reveal those delicious speads you look forward to gorging yourself on during this annual feast!

 

Deep fried turkey?  BBQ ribs (dry rub or slathered in sauce)?  Prime rib?  Honey baked ham? Traditional turkey?  Or a mega-tailgate spread for a day full of football?

 

What do you do?

popcorn, pretzels, and toast

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This is our first year of deep frying the bird.

Also have ham, taters n gravy, rolls, stuffing/dressing, green bean casserole, corn, pumpkin roll, raisin pie, apple pie and pumpkin pie.

Happy Thanksgiving to you all and your families.

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