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Posted on Thu, Nov 16, 2006 20:02

no, not an alternative to spank the monkey you filthy minded people we know that Wanda will opt for Lamb shish ke babs over our almost national bird, I am thinking about what one of my customers called the Italian turkey (lasagna) this year, saving my free turkey for another day...ok guys...let's hear what's on the menu for next Thursday!!!


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Posted on Tue, Nov 21, 2006 19:06

ahhh atta girl redneck....fondest remembrances of WI is bringing back tons of cheese curds and summer sausage and a few more packer memorabilia...oh my ex g/f is from cheesland


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Posted on Tue, Nov 21, 2006 09:47

Sorry Bizzle - I forgot the freaking CHEESE!!!! YES we have cheese pie, RASBERRY CREAM CHEESE - PUMPKIN CREAM CHEESE yada yada yada, and fresh cheesecurds, whip cream or ice cream for the pie and we usually drink milk with the meal.


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Posted on Mon, Nov 20, 2006 22:07

mmmmm Wanda....I want BOTH North and South,,,,am drooling at your menus as I type lol


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Posted on Sat, Nov 18, 2006 22:20

well muaaas...if you make dessert I'll do the turkey; Amuse will be over for those nog shots;redneck no CHEESE pie?? what kinda cheesehead are you lol anyhoo to one and all...thanx for blogging on this and have a happy Turkey, Pizza, quiche, lasagna day or whatever tradition or trial will dictate


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Posted on Sat, Nov 18, 2006 07:41

LOL Bizzle!! Well this year I am on strike, In being a single woman with kids, well my past 5 Thanksgivings have been the same, going to my mothers and preparing the turkey and everything else over there. Problem is that I get stuck with making everything!!! My sister's say that it is because I'm such a good cook but that's just a big excuse!!! Golden Corral is looking great to me this year!!! :) take care bizzle!! Have a great Thanksgiving!!!


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Posted on Fri, Nov 17, 2006 14:28

I have opted out of cooking at all this year so I have no idea what's on the menu! Whatever my daughter is fixing! I do know that having been raised up north we eve ate different "traditional food" for Thanksgiving than in the south. North Mashed potatoes Bread stuffing Carrots,turnips, peas,corn Roast Turkey w/gravy Cranberry sauce Rolls Pies South Potato salad Rice dressing and cornbread dressing Green bean casserole, sweet potatoes Roast or Fried Turkey French bread Sweet potato pie, Bread pudding


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Posted on Fri, Nov 17, 2006 10:24

Here in Wisconsin. (and with my family) THANKSGIVING in our Holiday. Christmas gets left at the wayside every year. We have alot of the traditional fixings: turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, a veggie medley, cranberries, fresh buns, and PIE like you wouldn't believe. Apple, pumpkin, blueberry, peanut butter, lemon with that eggwhite crap on top. We usually have left-overs all weekend too. Mmm-Mmm GOOD!!!!!! Later RED


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Posted on Fri, Nov 17, 2006 08:49

i'm from texas and have a big family. on thanksgiving one of my sisters usually make the turkey and dressing. my job is usually the rest. the rest consists of cooking yams, fresh green beans, a broc. and rice cass., corn, homemade yeast rolls, sweet potato pies, cream cheese pound cake and also a german chocolate pound cake. now that's for at least 12 people. as you can see i love to cook and bake. wonder why someone has a weight problem? any ideas? anyway...y'all have a good thanksgiving and know how blessed you are with being with your loved ones one more time.


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Posted on Fri, Nov 17, 2006 05:46

Traditional feasting but this year I am thinking about mini crab cakes to serve as appetizers along with my spicy sausage n cheeze balls. Frying the bird this year. Tried it last year at a x-mas party and it was awesome! Potato salad, stuffing, slaving over an oven baked ham lol, sweet potatos (mashed with marshmellow topping, devil'd eggs, broccoli slaw, veggi tray (gotta have something healthy for cripes sake), cheesecake, pumpkin pie.. we don't do that red cranberry gel stufff ech! and um well that's all that is on the menu... later we're going to do nog-shots and see who passes out first. lol


In your rocking-chair, by your window dreaming, shall you long, alone. In your rocking-chair, by your window, shall you dream such happiness as you may never feel. –Theodore Dreiser

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