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Old 11-19-2011, 06:18 PM   #1
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My Thanksgiving Favorite Dish's are Stuffing....Sweet Potatoes...Pumpkin Pie with Cool-Whip.....Can't wait till next Thursday.........

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Old 11-19-2011, 06:32 PM   #2
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NO ONE can make stuffing like my Dad. NO ONE!!! And he makes a mean home made cole slaw.

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The turkey itself, stuffing with some cranberry sauce, cream corn, rolls, cornbread, green bean casserole, ham (mom don't like turkey, so they do a ham too) deviled eggs, all the desserts (there's usually at least 6 to choose from).

Yeah, my favorite is just pretty much the whole day.

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LIONS WINNING!!!!!!!!

and getting in some hunting back when i had a place to hunt....
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Stuffing, HAM, and a good wine.

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Stuffing, corn pudding, sweet potatoe rolls, fried turkey, pecan pie, the whole day, and a fine cigar .

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Corn Pudding what is that ???....

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It's pure amazing, if you like corn that is! Depending on how you make it and what type of corn you use/ingredients it can be more soupy or more like a soft/gellatinous cornbread.

Pudding corn - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Speaking of corn. A recipe I like for any family get together.

Two cans of corn. Drained
A chopped jalapeño
Shredded cheese
Green onion
Mayo

Mix it all together and chill overnight
Right before serving mix in some chili cheese fritos. It sounds weird but it is delicious. You can do the same thing with peas instead of corn, cream cheese instead of mayo, and crumbled bacon instead of fritos

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Stuffing, corn pudding, sweet potatoe rolls, fried turkey, pecan pie, the whole day, and a fine cigar .
I make a scalloped corn that is pretty good. Might try this corn pudding.
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