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 Post subject: Happy Thanksgiving Day!
PostPosted: Thu Nov 26, 2015 7:48 am 
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....for all us 'merricans. The rest of you can enjoy our football coverage, if you can do so, and sit back watching the US population celebrate the ONE SINGLE time in our history when refugees arrived and harmed great numbers of the native population.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving Day!
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Ignore the political pot shot, enjoy the turkey day instead.


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving Day!
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I'm a rebel this year. Turkey is such a pain to prepare and clean up afterwards. I'm making a New York beef roast, along with foiled potatoes. Those are red potatoes, cut into slices with a bit of butter put in between each slice, topped with sprinkles of dry French onion soup mix, wrapped in foil and baked for an hour and a half along with the roast. So easy. Mmmmm, buttery and oniony. Then there's the birthday cake desert, since my hubby's birthday falls close to Thanksgiving. I keep gaining weight this time of year, but I can't resist.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving Day!
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I wish you good mood in this your great holiday.


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving Day!
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Doesn't sound like you're missing out by much, TC. ;) It sounds better than ham.

Happy Thanksgiving, folks!


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 Post subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving Day!
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Turkey here, and yes, it is a time-consuming job. Lotsa cheese, crackers and shrimp to fortify me while I cooked, so all is ok.

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 Post subject: Re: Happy Thanksgiving Day!
PostPosted: Fri Nov 27, 2015 11:50 am 
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Happy post Thanksgiving! I'm still stuffed. I also had a hit with the roast. When buying beef locally, it's usually hit or miss whether you're going to get one that's tender. Sometimes I get one that's tough as nails and tastes like 'em as well. This time, I lucked out. It was very tender, almost like butter, which is rare for a New York cut and was mucho tasty. It was expensive, but turkeys are getting expensive too. I received a catalog for Kansas City Beef the other day. Never bought from them before and the prices are astronomical for their Prime beef, but all their stuff looks really good, especially the Waygu (Kobe) cuts. Drool. I normally don't eat a lot of beef, but I might splurge for some prime beef on Christmas this year. :wink:

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