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Posted: 12-Nov-2017, 07:20 AM
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I am banned from the kitchen this day. However all others involved are experts in our families. We sometimes host and sometimes travel. This year we will be traveling.
We then do a two day experience to get double the fun and food as we go on Thanksgiving Day and the day after to our other relatives.

Traditional Thankgiving and all the fixins at each destination. All the cooks do it up big and go the extra mile. I am a very lucky person and a major benefactor as the consumer of such fine treats!

Turkey, mashed potatoes, squash, stuffing, cranberry sauce, etc. and an assortment of vegetables and many tasty appetizers as well. Oh and the gravy is a weakness of mine as well. Pumpkin, Boston Cream, and Apple pies abound.

I do love turkey very very much and this year my brother in law is going to deep fry his. Anyone had any experience with this?

The food, the company, the stories, the laughs always make it one of the best days of the year.

This also was an interesting website to peruse for Thanksgiving ideas:

http://www.delish.com/holiday-recipes/thanksgiving/
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Posted: 03-Nov-2018, 10:52 AM
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OK folks who is cooking or eating what for Thanksgiving ( either US or Canada ).


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We have a boatload of family coming in, so let the food begin!

The centerpiece will be the turkey. That's the one thing I cook so wifey can concentrate on other things. I experiment a little on what I stuff in the bird's cavity. Usually some oranges and some herbs and lots of Kerrygold Butter. We have bacon lovers in the family, so that should get tossed in also.

Wifey fixes up some incredible edibles for dessert! She had a cherry cheese pie that is just the best I have ever tasted anywhere! She gives them out to staff over the Christmas holidays at our church and believe me, it is a highlight of the year for them... even more than hearing me preach!! LOL!

She also fixes up pumpkin rolls and they are heavenly! Having the entire family around the table to give thanks for God's provision is a real joy!

Totally off subject, but while we were traveling recently in the Pennsylvania Dutch (Amish) area near Gettysburg and Lancaster, We went to the Shady Maple Smorgasbord. Shadows, this takes buffets to the next level! There was literally a food line that was 200 feet long! It's more of an event than a meal! Check it out if you ever got to that part of the world!

Have a marvelous and blessed holiday season everyone!


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Yes it is a great buffet, I have been there. About an hour from my home.
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QUOTE (Shadows @ 05-Nov-2018, 07:53 AM)
Yes it is a great buffet, I have been there. About an hour from my home.

Wow! Really? Had no idea I was in your neck of the woods. Had a great time with some folks in Brogue. Wifey and I did the covered bridge thing and that was a blast. Also ate at a place called Dieners. Not as large as Shady Maple, but every bit as good!

Beautiful area you live in, Shadows!
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As long as you stay away form the large cities PA is beautiful every where.
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haynes9 you had me at bacon and pumpkin rolls.
What time is dinner??

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Not all that far from me, either. smile.gif I'm a bit west though. I'll be in Gettysburg next weekend.
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