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Part of life like you said, don't worry they love ya
My parents are divorced and neither cooks a holiday meal anymore. My wifes family does a huge get together and all the kids are there. I know my parents are mad (my mother actually said she shouldnt be alone on a holiday) but we do visit ....... its just how it is..... you cant please everyone
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Deer, the other Thanksgiving meat, oak wood smoked!



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Deer, the other Thanksgiving meat, oak wood smoked!

Now that's some great lookin' venison!.
As full as I am after a huge Thanksgiving dinner,those smoked venison steaks are making me hungry
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The two Applewood smoked turkeys I cooked turned out perfect. Here's a left-over turkey reciipe...even if you didn't smoke yours the bacon will make up for it.

Smoked Turkey Spread

8 ounces cream cheese, at room temp
5 ounces smoked turkey, chopped
2 ounces Cheddar cheese, grated
5 slices crisp bacon
2 tablespoons chopped fresh chives
salt, pepper and fresh garlic to taste.
Add: Green Onions- optional


DIRECTIONS:
Combine all ingredients until well mixed. If mixture is too thick, thin with heavy cream or milk. Spread on crackers.

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I know my parents are mad (my mother actually said she shouldnt be alone on a holiday) but we do visit ....... its just how it is..... you cant please everyone
I spent several holidays, including Christmas alone and it really didn't bother me. My kids would be with their Dad and I had to work so when I got home I was alone. It really didn't bother me that much.

My Thanksgiving was a lot of fun. I picked my Dad up from the nursing home and took him to my son's place where 9 of us gathered. It was a great time and lots of food, more food than we all could eat in a week. My Dad cracked a beer with the guys and it was a great day out for him.
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Turkeys declare crimes of humanity!
http://www.turkishpress.com/news.asp?id=382928

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Best part about this dinner is the son in law to be does not like turkey leftovers. Good for me. He does like ham leftovers, so we need a bigger ham for Christmas!

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