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Old 11-22-2017, 09:32 PM   #1
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Default Thanksgiving Dinner

I just spoke to someone, whose family does not like traditional Thanksgiving
food. In fact, they're going to be having BBQ shrimp with lots of veggies,
and banana pudding for dessert. What's on your menu? Are you going to
have a non-traditional meal?
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Old 11-22-2017, 10:35 PM   #2
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Very traditional here!

Turkey and Ham
mashed potatoes and gravy
Stuffing
cranberry sauce
peas
asparagus
dinner rolls
Pumpkin pie
Sweet potato pie





YUMMY!!!


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Old 11-23-2017, 08:50 AM   #3
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Not me. I like TRADITIONAL all the way! Happy Gobble Day everyone!
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Old 11-23-2017, 09:28 AM   #4
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Traditional All The Way!!

We're having turkey, stuffing , mashed potatoes and . .
gravy, mac and cheese, glazed sweet potatoes , green beans with ham,
broc/cheese casserole, cranberry sauce, bacon-wrapped asparagus tips,
sweet corn, waldorf salad, baked ham slices, and sweet potato streusel
pie!


Happy Thanksgiving!!
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Turkey and stuffing
Sweet Potato Casserole
Glazed Sweet Potatos
Baked beans
Scalloped corn
Blueberry Muffins
Pumpkin Pie
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I don't care for the traditional Thanksgiving meal and some of my friends and I went to an Italian restaurant this evening.


Breadsticks
Baked Clams
Fried Calamari
Mozzarella Giardinella
Salmone alla Venezia (Broiled Salmon w/ the restaurant's special Hollandaise Sauce made with a little vodka)
Mashed Potatoes
String Beans
Red Wine
Cappuccino
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Things didn't look good here in Daytona, It rained near five hours in the morning. I thought I'd cook the turkey breast I've been marinating since Sunday. At 2:00 PM it stopped raining, so I made it to a church in New Smyrna Beach that had a Thanksgiving Dinner. As for the turkey breast, I'll have it for supper tomorrow. It pays to have a backup plan just in case things go awry. :thumbsup.

PS As soon as I got home it started raining again!
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Traditional:

turkey
stuffing
mashed potatoes and gravy
pistachio pudding
French silk pie
stuffed mushrooms (stuffed with crab meat. so good)
black and green olives
Brussels sprouts
green bean casserole
biscuits
cranberries
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This Thanksgiving, Pringles, has a TV dinner style container, filled with separate stacks of chips, flavored for every course of a Thanksgiving dinner.
The flavors are turkey, mashed potato and stuffing-flavored chips; pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce and mashed potato chips, also green bean casserole, mac and cheese and creamed corn chips.
The Pringles Thanksgiving Dinner was sold in limited areas, this year.
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Always traditional.
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Originally Posted by JamesG
I don't care for the traditional Thanksgiving meal and some of my friends and I went to an Italian restaurant this evening.


Breadsticks
Baked Clams
Fried Calamari
Mozzarella Giardinella
Salmone alla Venezia (Broiled Salmon w/ the restaurant's special Hollandaise Sauce made with a little vodka)
Mashed Potatoes
String Beans
Red Wine
Cappuccino

I haven't done this yet, but...you can make lasagna on Thanksgiving!

My sister had turkey, potatoes, sweet potatoes, stuffing, asparagus, corn, cranberry sauce and rolls.

She also had made a trail mix that had popcorn, pretzels, jellybeans, and little french toasts...like in A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving.
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Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday.

We did everything according to tradition, except instead of a turkey we ate duck. Duck was enough for the three of us.

I think it's more about spending time with your close ones, being grateful, and reconnecting than anything else.

Still, I tend to lean more traditional.
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