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    What will you have for Thanksgiving dinner?

    Since Thanksgiving is less than a week away, it's time to start planning for that annual feast. Will you have a family traditional dinner and if so what'll be on the menu.This is a big country and I know in some areas folks have different favorites in the way of drinks, appetizers, salads, meats, vegetables, desserts, etc. I thought it would be intersting to find out what some of those favorites are.
    What do you plan on having Jenna, besides tofurkey?

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    I have no earthly clue what I am eating. I am working and going over to the firehouse to eat. I am thinking something fairly traditional...but who the heck knows!
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    Eh, the usual. Turkey, taters, gravy, stuffing, etc.
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    We're having turkey dinner at my in-laws tomorrow (which reminds me I need to make the broccoli salad tonight). I think the hubby may have to work on Thanksgiving so I'll probably just end up eating leftovers or going to my grandma's. I'm dying to eat green bean casserole!
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    I may have hotpockets. hehehe No thanksgiving dinner for me so who knows what I will eat on a day that for me will be like about any other day I work.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Retmilleo909 View Post
    What do you plan on having Jenna, besides tofurkey?
    Actually I was planning to not have anything special, but maybe I'll have to eat some tofurky just so I can brag about it on O/R!


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    I will probably have mashed potatos, biscuits, and baked beans. I don't eat the other crap.

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    I work so I will have whatever is in the fridge that day
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    My wife and I'll be going up to Tennessee forThanksgiving and have dinner with my daughter and family... we'll have the usual traditional dinner.. iced tea, fresh vegetable plate of celery sticks stuffed with pimento cheese, ripe and green olives, sliced cucumbers, carrot sticks with an onion dip... then it'll be roast turkey with cornbread stuffing, mashed potatoes with giblet gravy, string beans, collard greens, mashed rutabagas.. For desserts we'll have pumpkin, mince and apple pie with blue bell vanilla ice cream then top it with coffee.

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    We'll be going out to the in-laws again this year. Good ol' country cookin! Thanksgiving seems to be the only holiday I have off every year. We do the traditional turkey, stuffing, sweet taters, mashed taters, deviled eggs, cranberry, all kinds of veggies, rolls, and a good ham. The last few years we've focused more on ham, as that gets eaten more than the turkey does. I look forward to it every year. Not too often we get everyone at the table at one time.

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    Thanksgiving here is the traditional Turkey/dressing, mashed taters/gravy, sweet taters, green beans, corn, yeast rolls, cranberries, spinach salad, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, apple crisp. Beer, Vodka, Tequila and diet dew.
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    Thanksgiving is my familys biggest holiday. We will have anywere fom 40-60 people at dinner. We will have family members from over 15 states here for dinner. I love turkey day!

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    It's my turn to cook this year, so... everything. Turkey, ham, gravy for both, (yes, ham gravy,) corn casserole, green bean casserole, dressing, crusty bread, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole with marshmallows (I can't stand it, too sweet, but everyone else loves it,) a marinaded salad, a couple of pies, ice cream, and alka seltzer. Maybe some mulled wine for afters. I'll be eating leftovers for a couple of weeks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Reca View Post
    Thanksgiving is my familys biggest holiday. We will have anywere fom 40-60 people at dinner. We will have family members from over 15 states here for dinner. I love turkey day!
    That sounds so nice Reca...I miss my family. I talk to them all the time...but miss having big family get togethers on Thanksgiving.

    Helping make dinner, everyone eating and laughing, kids making a mess at the kid table, football on in the background, eating til everyone wants to take a nap, drinking beer, cheering on a game....sigh.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Ducky View Post
    It's my turn to cook this year, so... everything. Turkey, ham, gravy for both, (yes, ham gravy,) corn casserole, green bean casserole, dressing, crusty bread, cranberry sauce, sweet potato casserole with marshmallows (I can't stand it, too sweet, but everyone else loves it,) a marinaded salad, a couple of pies, ice cream, and alka seltzer. Maybe some mulled wine for afters. I'll be eating leftovers for a couple of weeks.
    I am coming to your house for the mulled wine.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jenna View Post
    Actually I was planning to not have anything special, but maybe I'll have to eat some tofurkey just so I can brag about it on O/R!

    Wow, that looks like a close up shot of a cross-section of a full colon! How appetizing! And it even comes with diarrhea gravy. Awesome!



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    Now, why did you have to bring that up?? that's nasty.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wolven View Post
    I have no earthly clue what I am eating. I am working and going over to the firehouse to eat. I am thinking something fairly traditional...but who the heck knows!

    I bet you wish it was station 2.


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