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Old 11-16-2010, 07:07 PM   #1
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Turkey Day is a week from thursday,...What is your most Favorite Dish on the table???...and not the turkey or ham...any odd ball Favorite's??...Me-stuffing--sweet potatoes--pumpkin pie with cool whip on top and a ICE COLD glass of Milk. Never had duck or goose for Thanksgiving,maybe someday....I can smell it cooking in my mind already!!!.......NO White Castles.....Mc ribs....

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Old 11-16-2010, 07:27 PM   #2
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Oddly, deviled eggs are a perennial favorite at Turkey time, round here.

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Yes Deviled Eggs that's a really good one...

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almost anything as long as it isn't cranberry related

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deviled eggs are good year round, but I really dig yams and sweet potatoes. I have been making french fries out of sweet potatoes lately and that is a nice switch up when you are having your favorite grilled burgers from the BBQ.

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Not sure how odd but we have pheasant every year.

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Every dang thing. Because I am up at 4 am to start getting everything ready.

I might just soak my turkey breast in duck fat this year then throw her on the grill in a pan and let her go for a few hours.

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I'm with Tango on everything, cause I don't make anything I don't like!! Just doing a turkey breast this year, because no one eats the dark meat and there is always soo much left over.

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Will anyone be having Turkey Soup or even Turkey Noodle Soup? (not even getting into Turkey & Stars Soup)

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Will anyone be having Turkey Soup or even Turkey Noodle Soup? (not even getting into Turkey & Stars Soup)
Let me guess.....you're a Thanksgiving skeptic too?
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