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Old 11-26-2009, 04:27 PM   #1
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What's for dinner (besides Turkey!) Thursday November 26th?

Well I guess all of our American members are too busy with family and cooking their Thanksgiving meals to post what they are!

I had a nice meal of my oven BBQ'd ribs with baked potatoes, corn and salad planned but DH got called into work so I am not sure what to have for dinner for Dad and I.

What are you all having (including all those turkey dinners!) tonight?

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Old 11-26-2009, 05:41 PM   #2
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Kim (DH) fried 2 turkeys, one spicy, one herby; oyster dressing; dirty rice; mashed potatoes; green bean casserole; broccoli casserole; cheesy corn casserole; honey-glazed carrots; Killer baked beans; hot rolls;pumpkin mini-muffins; apple cinnamon jello; sugar-free fruit dessert; triple layer chocolate pie; pumpkin pie; apple-crumb pie; cherry crumb pie; plenty of Cool Whip; sweet tea; assorted sodas; apple cider; and finally, milk!

Does that sound like enough for 13 people?
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Old 11-26-2009, 05:46 PM   #3
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I spared the turkey. Instead, I'm making spring rolls, black bean enchiladas, pan fried noodles, and I've already eaten way too much baco dip and nacho sauce. For dessert we have pumpkin pie, margarita cup cakes and bananas in coconut milk. It's just the five of us, but we could fed an army.
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Old 11-26-2009, 05:56 PM   #4
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dinner is at my granddaughters house. i was all set and looking forward to the meal.then old mr. flu bug reared his ugly head. i felt bad last couple days and full blown by last night. i hope this is swine flue so i can't catch it again. saige's parents will bring me a plate. hope i can eat it. only had juice and a banana in three days. so i am thankful it is not worse.
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Old 11-26-2009, 06:26 PM   #5
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Mark's family is in Oregon for the holiday, so it's just the two of us. We are going to a restaurant in Port Orchard, WA for Thanksgiving dinner. It's kind of a crappy day, but the food should be good. We ate there last year on the way to a bed & breakfast we stayed at in Belfair, WA. Selah Inn | Home
It was a lovely place, but I think it's better to go when the weather cooperates!

I'll make sure to take a picture of dinner.
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Old 11-26-2009, 06:37 PM   #6
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Its raining! Weird weather. So the request was for spaghetti. Mmmmmm! Comfort food.
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Old 11-26-2009, 06:48 PM   #7
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Kim (DH) fried 2 turkeys, one spicy, one herby; oyster dressing; dirty rice; mashed potatoes; green bean casserole; broccoli casserole; cheesy corn casserole; honey-glazed carrots; Killer baked beans; hot rolls;pumpkin mini-muffins; apple cinnamon jello; sugar-free fruit dessert; triple layer chocolate pie; pumpkin pie; apple-crumb pie; cherry crumb pie; plenty of Cool Whip; sweet tea; assorted sodas; apple cider; and finally, milk!

Does that sound like enough for 13 people?
I think it sounds like just enough for 14, Connie! Set out my plate, I am on my way!
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dinner is at my granddaughters house. i was all set and looking forward to the meal.then old mr. flu bug reared his ugly head. i felt bad last couple days and full blown by last night. i hope this is swine flue so i can't catch it again. saige's parents will bring me a plate. hope i can eat it. only had juice and a banana in three days. so i am thankful it is not worse.
Babe, you take good care of yourself. At the very least try and get some more fluids into you. I guess I will wish you a Healthy Thanksgiving!
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Old 11-26-2009, 08:31 PM   #9
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alix i cant believe it rained so much! the roads are going to be treacherous tonight and tommorow be careful!
as for me I went to the italian market so im having an awesome sandwich with some garlic ciabatta as well as some asiago cheese
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Old 11-26-2009, 08:59 PM   #10
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Well we opted for no Turkey this year.

We had
Lamb basted in garlic and herbs.
Two Orange glaze ducks
Mashed Potatoes
Gravy
Creamed Corn
Deviled Eggs
Scalloped Potato's
Candied Yams
Apple Pie
Cherry Pie
Pumpkin spice pie
Pumpkin pie
Fresh sourdough bread

Pretty much there was something for everyone and lots of yummy leftovers for tomorrow. I have to say its the first time we have cooked Lamb and Duck and they came out perfectly!
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