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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby wacocowboy » Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:13 pm

Do most of y’all just like cool whip from that tub or do you like the real homemade whip cream? I use to just be a cool whip guy till I tried my wife’s homemade I can eat a whole bowl of that.
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby Son of Butch » Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:31 pm

Over 20 years since I've had any Real Whipped Cream topping, so guess I'm probably just use to Cool Whip.
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby sim.-ang.king » Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:35 pm

Corn Casserole anyone???
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby Son of Butch » Thu Nov 16, 2017 7:45 pm

cowboy43 wrote:Oven baked Tofu turkey ,celery stalks for the drum stick. :hide:

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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby wacocowboy » Thu Nov 16, 2017 9:57 pm

sim.-ang.king wrote:Corn Casserole anyone???


My sister sometimes makes one that is pretty good.
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby herofan » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:14 pm

Turkey is ok, but we’re not crazy enough about it to have it. We have a ham, corn salad, hash-brown casserole, cabbage casserole(probablysounds terrible, but it’s great), rolls, green beans, and pecan pie.
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby Carpenter2n » Sun Nov 19, 2017 8:40 pm

herofan wrote:Turkey is ok, but we’re not crazy enough about it to have it. We have a ham, corn salad, hash-brown casserole, cabbage casserole(probablysounds terrible, but it’s great), rolls, green beans, and pecan pie.


recipe for cabbage casserole please? love cabbage
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby boondocks » Mon Nov 20, 2017 1:17 am

wacocowboy wrote:Do most of y’all just like cool whip from that tub or do you like the real homemade whip cream? I use to just be a cool whip guy till I tried my wife’s homemade I can eat a whole bowl of that.


we get the fat free cool whip (or the store generic). Put a frozen scoopful on top of a slice of pie. Heaven. And because it's fat free, it cancels out the pie donchaknow. (Seriously, it tastes just as good)
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby Son of Butch » Mon Nov 20, 2017 6:07 am

Ruben Dip in a mini crock pot served with rye bread, triscut crackers and melba toast or torn bagels for dipping.
8 oz cream cheese
8 oz deli corned beef chopped
16 oz sauerkraut drained and/or squeezed dry
16 oz Swiss cheese shredded (2 cups)
3-4 tablespoons sour cream or mayo
3-4 tablespoons thousand island dressing
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby BK9954 » Mon Nov 20, 2017 7:21 am

I work 100- 110 hour week every thanksgiving week, we make fried, smoked, roasted turkeys, prime ribs, hams, freaking 100's of gallons of casseroles, yams, gravy, and cornbread dressing ALL FROM SCRATCH.... I will not eat turkey on Thanksgiving again. 10 years of this has made me swear turkey off. When I get home from a 14-16 hour shift on Thanksgiving day that starts at 2AM and serve 2,500 customers, plus 200 catering gigs that morning, when I get home its a BIG FAT STEAK AND A NICE COLD BEER. Then I head for bed. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Next day out in the deer blind :bang:
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby TexasBred » Mon Nov 20, 2017 11:53 am

BK9954 wrote:I work 100- 110 hour week every thanksgiving week, we make fried, smoked, roasted turkeys, prime ribs, hams, freaking 100's of gallons of casseroles, yams, gravy, and cornbread dressing ALL FROM SCRATCH.... I will not eat turkey on Thanksgiving again. 10 years of this has made me swear turkey off. When I get home from a 14-16 hour shift on Thanksgiving day that starts at 2AM and serve 2,500 customers, plus 200 catering gigs that morning, when I get home its a BIG FAT STEAK AND A NICE COLD BEER. Then I head for bed. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Next day out in the deer blind :bang:

I hear ya...wouldn't want a turkey anywhere near me for a long time. Enjoy the steak and have several beers. ;-)
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby Davemk » Mon Nov 20, 2017 3:42 pm

smoked brisket and mashed potatoes. There will be other food. I will stuff myself with those two.
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby D2Cat » Mon Nov 20, 2017 4:07 pm

BK9954 wrote:I work 100- 110 hour week every thanksgiving week, we make fried, smoked, roasted turkeys, prime ribs, hams, freaking 100's of gallons of casseroles, yams, gravy, and cornbread dressing ALL FROM SCRATCH.... I will not eat turkey on Thanksgiving again. 10 years of this has made me swear turkey off. When I get home from a 14-16 hour shift on Thanksgiving day that starts at 2AM and serve 2,500 customers, plus 200 catering gigs that morning, when I get home its a BIG FAT STEAK AND A NICE COLD BEER. Then I head for bed. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Next day out in the deer blind :bang:


I first read that to say, "Next day out in the beer blind"!
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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby ALACOWMAN » Mon Nov 20, 2017 4:36 pm

TexasBred wrote:
BK9954 wrote:I work 100- 110 hour week every thanksgiving week, we make fried, smoked, roasted turkeys, prime ribs, hams, freaking 100's of gallons of casseroles, yams, gravy, and cornbread dressing ALL FROM SCRATCH.... I will not eat turkey on Thanksgiving again. 10 years of this has made me swear turkey off. When I get home from a 14-16 hour shift on Thanksgiving day that starts at 2AM and serve 2,500 customers, plus 200 catering gigs that morning, when I get home its a BIG FAT STEAK AND A NICE COLD BEER. Then I head for bed. Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Next day out in the deer blind :bang:

I hear ya...wouldn't want a turkey anywhere near me for a long time. Enjoy the steak and have several beers. ;-)

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Re: Thanksgiving Meal

Postby OwnedByTheCow » Mon Nov 20, 2017 5:09 pm

Grilled turkey is my favorite although you'd have to cut the turkey into halves in order for it to fit into the grill. My mom's cheesy onions and squash with maple bacon. For dessert indian pudding or pumpkin pie.
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