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    mickeydownunder
    Sat Nov 17, 2012 9:24 pm
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    ellie_ wrote:
    Saturday: Crock Pot Chicken Barbecue on sandwich rolls, chips and fruit salad
    Sunday: Vegetable Beef Soup - Slow Cooker
    Monday: hotdogs, chips and salad
    Tuesday:
    Wednesday:
    Thursday: Roasted Turkey, My Homemade Fresh Herb Stuffing..simon and Garfunkel Style, French Onion Brussels Sprouts, carrots, Cranberry Sauce,Crescent Rolls, apple pie
    Friday: turkey soup


    Anything Simon and Garfunkel Style HAS to be good too icon_smile.gif

    WHOO HOO!
    mickeydownunder
    Sat Nov 17, 2012 9:24 pm
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    My Thanksgiving Party Menu for next Saturday!

    STARTER
    Butternut Squash Shooters
    Served with Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks

    APPETIZERS
    Bacon and Caramelised Leek Dip
    Roasted Sweet Potato & Toasted Sage Dip
    Served with Roasted Beet Root and Roasted Carrots Chips
    Warm Spinach Mascarpone Dip

    MAINS
    Glazed Cranberry Chicken
    with Green Beans, Toasted Walnuts & Cranberry Vinaigrette

    Maple Slow Cooked Boneless Ribs
    Served on shaved lettuce

    Turkey Balls in Curry
    served with
    Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
    Chorizo & Port Stuffing Balls


    DESSERT
    Pumpkin Tiramisu


    WHOO HOO!
    ellie_
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:59 am
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    mickeydownunder wrote:
    My Thanksgiving Party Menu for next Saturday!

    STARTER
    Butternut Squash Shooters
    Served with Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks

    APPETIZERS
    Bacon and Caramelised Leek Dip
    Roasted Sweet Potato & Toasted Sage Dip
    Served with Roasted Beet Root and Roasted Carrots Chips
    Warm Spinach Mascarpone Dip

    MAINS
    Glazed Cranberry Chicken
    with Green Beans, Toasted Walnuts & Cranberry Vinaigrette

    Maple Slow Cooked Boneless Ribs
    Served on shaved lettuce

    Turkey Balls in Curry
    served with
    Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
    Chorizo & Port Stuffing Balls


    DESSERT
    Pumpkin Tiramisu


    WHOO HOO!


    do you have the recipe for the slow cooked ribs -- is this a crockpot recipe?

    Is this all for one day???
    ratherbeswimmin'
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:44 am
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    Shari2 wrote:
    Good morning everyone. I really need to get back on track with my menus so this is the week I start again.

    Saturday: Meatloaf Barbecue Style with mac and cheese and veggie

    Sunday: Pasta night

    Monday: Brady Bunch Pork Chops with noodles and veggie

    Tuesday: Chicken Thigh Spareribs(well, sort of, lol) with rice and veggie

    Wednesday: probably pizza, oldest DD and I both close at work that night

    Thursday: DD's and Hubby will do the bird I will do side dishes that I can ahead of time since I work 7-3 on Turkey Day.

    Perfect Roast Turkey, Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes, Corn Pudding, dinner rolls, another veggie, sausage stuffing, cranberry/orange relish and pumpkin pie and chocolate pie for dessert.

    Friday: fend for yourself.

    I will also make Pumpkin Pie Squares to take to work on Thursday for my employees that have to work.


    Love your menu, Shari. Your Thanksgiving dinner is perfection to me icon_biggrin.gif
    ratherbeswimmin'
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:48 am
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    SarasotaCook wrote:

    MON ...
    Lady #1, #2, and Me: Classic spaghetti/meatballs (probably NO pasta for me); salad; garlic bread


    My kids would eat this every single day of the world. icon_biggrin.gif
    ratherbeswimmin'
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 7:51 am
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    Charmie777 wrote:
    Whoa!! You guys are early! I'm only on my first cup of coffee! icon_biggrin.gif
    It's a gorgeous rainy morning today!!! Loving it.
    Today is my youngest DS's 18th birthday!! I'm not old enough to have a baby that age! Freak o' nature!
    And later this week is American Thanksgiving. So a week full of festivities!!

    Saturday - Party day!!!! Moroccan Beef With Honey Spice Couscous with a chopped salad, garlic naan, and Butterfinger cake for dessert.

    Sunday - Buffalo Chicken Paninis and Tomato Basil Soup

    Monday - Melt in Your Mouth Lemon Chicken and risotto and salad

    Tuesday - Spicy Sichuan Noodles With Ground Pork with pot stickers

    Wednesday - maybe some soup and salad...leaving open.

    Thursday - Thanksgiving at brother's family's. Bringing Harvest Vegetable Scallop and an appetizer to be determined.

    Friday - Probably do up my own Thanksgiving meal, but waiting to see who will be home.


    Lemon Chicken and risotto--yum
    ratherbeswimmin'
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:01 am
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    ellie_ wrote:
    Saturday: Crock Pot Chicken Barbecue on sandwich rolls, chips and fruit salad
    Sunday: Vegetable Beef Soup - Slow Cooker
    Monday: hotdogs, chips and salad
    Tuesday:
    Wednesday:
    Thursday: Roasted Turkey, My Homemade Fresh Herb Stuffing..simon and Garfunkel Style, French Onion Brussels Sprouts, carrots, Cranberry Sauce,Crescent Rolls, apple pie
    Friday: turkey soup


    All sounds good, but I MUST try that stuffing recipe. icon_biggrin.gif
    ratherbeswimmin'
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 8:05 am
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    mickeydownunder wrote:
    My Thanksgiving Party Menu for next Saturday!

    STARTER
    Butternut Squash Shooters
    Served with Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks

    APPETIZERS
    Bacon and Caramelised Leek Dip
    Roasted Sweet Potato & Toasted Sage Dip
    Served with Roasted Beet Root and Roasted Carrots Chips
    Warm Spinach Mascarpone Dip

    MAINS
    Glazed Cranberry Chicken
    with Green Beans, Toasted Walnuts & Cranberry Vinaigrette

    Maple Slow Cooked Boneless Ribs
    Served on shaved lettuce

    Turkey Balls in Curry
    served with
    Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
    Chorizo & Port Stuffing Balls


    DESSERT
    Pumpkin Tiramisu


    WHOO HOO!


    Love your pictures and that is some party menu. I am with ellie--would love to have the rib recipe, if possible. icon_biggrin.gif
    mickeydownunder
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:42 pm
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    ellie_ wrote:
    mickeydownunder wrote:
    My Thanksgiving Party Menu for next Saturday!

    STARTER
    Butternut Squash Shooters
    Served with Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks

    APPETIZERS
    Bacon and Caramelised Leek Dip
    Roasted Sweet Potato & Toasted Sage Dip
    Served with Roasted Beet Root and Roasted Carrots Chips
    Warm Spinach Mascarpone Dip

    MAINS
    Glazed Cranberry Chicken
    with Green Beans, Toasted Walnuts & Cranberry Vinaigrette

    Maple Slow Cooked Boneless Ribs
    Served on shaved lettuce

    Turkey Balls in Curry
    served with
    Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
    Chorizo & Port Stuffing Balls


    DESSERT
    Pumpkin Tiramisu


    WHOO HOO!


    do you have the recipe for the slow cooked ribs -- is this a crockpot recipe?

    Is this all for one day???


    Gday and big thanks The Crockpot recipe IS FANTASTIC!!! (Of course, it is a recipe by DrG!)

    http://www.food.com/recipe/maple-slow-cooker-boneless-ribs-319367

    Hope you enjoy it too and yes, I am VERY passionate about cooking and entertaining with our friends and this is an easy peasy menu icon_smile.gif

    Everything can be made ahead and just put things in the crockpots, chafing dishes and my rule is as soon as the first friend arrives, red wine in hand and enjoy! icon_smile.gif

    LOTS of preparation, shopping etc...before hand, but the shopping is almost done now too icon_smile.gif

    WHOO HOO!

    ALL very simple and economical recipes too! icon_smile.gif

    Thanks and WHOO HOO!
    mickeydownunder
    Sun Nov 18, 2012 6:44 pm
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    ratherbeswimmin' wrote:
    mickeydownunder wrote:
    My Thanksgiving Party Menu for next Saturday!

    STARTER
    Butternut Squash Shooters
    Served with Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks

    APPETIZERS
    Bacon and Caramelised Leek Dip
    Roasted Sweet Potato & Toasted Sage Dip
    Served with Roasted Beet Root and Roasted Carrots Chips
    Warm Spinach Mascarpone Dip

    MAINS
    Glazed Cranberry Chicken
    with Green Beans, Toasted Walnuts & Cranberry Vinaigrette

    Maple Slow Cooked Boneless Ribs
    Served on shaved lettuce

    Turkey Balls in Curry
    served with
    Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
    Chorizo & Port Stuffing Balls


    DESSERT
    Pumpkin Tiramisu


    WHOO HOO!


    Love your pictures and that is some party menu. I am with ellie--would love to have the rib recipe, if possible. icon_biggrin.gif


    Gday and big thanks for time and compliments too

    http://www.food.com/recipe/maple-slow-cooker-boneless-ribs-319367

    I do mini bite portions of this food as my niche or twist and nothing gets wasted as they can all be frozen too icon_smile.gif

    Wasting food is a BIG BIG BIG pet peeve for me

    Please try and ribs recipe...am sure DrG would love the review too!

    WHOO HOO

    Hope you have a great day too!
    ellie_
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:59 am
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    mickeydownunder wrote:
    ellie_ wrote:
    mickeydownunder wrote:
    My Thanksgiving Party Menu for next Saturday!

    STARTER
    Butternut Squash Shooters
    Served with Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks

    APPETIZERS
    Bacon and Caramelised Leek Dip
    Roasted Sweet Potato & Toasted Sage Dip
    Served with Roasted Beet Root and Roasted Carrots Chips
    Warm Spinach Mascarpone Dip

    MAINS
    Glazed Cranberry Chicken
    with Green Beans, Toasted Walnuts & Cranberry Vinaigrette

    Maple Slow Cooked Boneless Ribs
    Served on shaved lettuce

    Turkey Balls in Curry
    served with
    Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
    Chorizo & Port Stuffing Balls


    DESSERT
    Pumpkin Tiramisu


    WHOO HOO!


    do you have the recipe for the slow cooked ribs -- is this a crockpot recipe?

    Is this all for one day???


    Gday and big thanks The Crockpot recipe IS FANTASTIC!!! (Of course, it is a recipe by DrG!)

    http://www.food.com/recipe/maple-slow-cooker-boneless-ribs-319367

    Hope you enjoy it too and yes, I am VERY passionate about cooking and entertaining with our friends and this is an easy peasy menu icon_smile.gif

    Everything can be made ahead and just put things in the crockpots, chafing dishes and my rule is as soon as the first friend arrives, red wine in hand and enjoy! icon_smile.gif

    LOTS of preparation, shopping etc...before hand, but the shopping is almost done now too icon_smile.gif

    WHOO HOO!

    ALL very simple and economical recipes too! icon_smile.gif

    Thanks and WHOO HOO!


    Thanks - the recipe looks fantastic and perfect for the guys in my family!
    Meredith C-ville
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 5:55 pm
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    Hi all,

    TG menus are looking great. I hope it turns out well for everyone; if not it's always a funny story for later! The people are what really counts.

    I am late after a weekend trip. And, I already changed my menu before I even posted it because I am using up Peruvian causa leftovers from my dinner party last week. My first beef heart attempt was successful, although there were some parts of the meat that were tough. I imagine that the restaurants can recognize what would be tough vs tender. In any case, the marinade was incredible and I will post a review soon.

    This week:

    Sat – Out of town for friend’s milestone birthday
    Sun – causa leftovers w/chickpea veggies (veg meal after eating amazingly good brisket at the party)
    Mon –causa leftovers w/fish/tomatoey veggies
    Tue –Salmon Pilaf With Green Onions, but with added veggies and made-up sauce
    Wed –Crock Pot Mexican Ragu and Grilled Polenta
    Thu – Not Thanksgiving. Family members are working the holiday, so we will do the big thing on Sunday. I am doing veggie sides which I will post next week. We'll have pizza (Beth's Pizza Crust) with spinach plus a small amount of some strong-flavored meat, maybe with a few eggs cracked on top (have been meaning to try this). Cheese for DH only icon_cry.gif Maybe it wouldn’t properly be called pizza, but still dinner.
    Fri –probably (hopefully) leftovers from Wed

    Have a great holiday week! --M

    PS: I have also cooked inside of a pumpkin...I think it was a mushroom bourgignon. The great thing was that once the stew was gone, I had this awesome roasted pumpkin. There was a lot of it, so I stirred a hefty protion of it into a made up tomatoey spaghetti sauce. It gave it a very nice thickness and flavor, to say nothing of the extra hidden nutrition.
    Charmie777
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 6:29 pm
    Forum Host
    Meredith C-ville wrote:
    Hi all,

    TG menus are looking great. I hope it turns out well for everyone; if not it's always a funny story for later! The people are what really counts.

    I am late after a weekend trip. And, I already changed my menu before I even posted it because I am using up Peruvian causa leftovers from my dinner party last week. My first beef heart attempt was successful, although there were some parts of the meat that were tough. I imagine that the restaurants can recognize what would be tough vs tender. In any case, the marinade was incredible and I will post a review soon.

    This week:

    Sat – Out of town for friend’s milestone birthday
    Sun – causa leftovers w/chickpea veggies (veg meal after eating amazingly good brisket at the party)
    Mon –causa leftovers w/fish/tomatoey veggies
    Tue –Salmon Pilaf With Green Onions, but with added veggies and made-up sauce
    Wed –Crock Pot Mexican Ragu and Grilled Polenta
    Thu – Not Thanksgiving. Family members are working the holiday, so we will do the big thing on Sunday. I am doing veggie sides which I will post next week. We'll have pizza (Beth's Pizza Crust) with spinach plus a small amount of some strong-flavored meat, maybe with a few eggs cracked on top (have been meaning to try this). Cheese for DH only icon_cry.gif Maybe it wouldn’t properly be called pizza, but still dinner.
    Fri –probably (hopefully) leftovers from Wed

    Have a great holiday week! --M

    PS: I have also cooked inside of a pumpkin...I think it was a mushroom bourgignon. The great thing was that once the stew was gone, I had this awesome roasted pumpkin. There was a lot of it, so I stirred a hefty protion of it into a made up tomatoey spaghetti sauce. It gave it a very nice thickness and flavor, to say nothing of the extra hidden nutrition.
    Oh I love the idea of using the flesh in the spaghetti sauce!!!!
    mickeydownunder
    Mon Nov 19, 2012 7:25 pm
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    ellie_ wrote:
    mickeydownunder wrote:
    ellie_ wrote:
    mickeydownunder wrote:
    My Thanksgiving Party Menu for next Saturday!

    STARTER
    Butternut Squash Shooters
    Served with Bacon Wrapped Breadsticks

    APPETIZERS
    Bacon and Caramelised Leek Dip
    Roasted Sweet Potato & Toasted Sage Dip
    Served with Roasted Beet Root and Roasted Carrots Chips
    Warm Spinach Mascarpone Dip

    MAINS
    Glazed Cranberry Chicken
    with Green Beans, Toasted Walnuts & Cranberry Vinaigrette

    Maple Slow Cooked Boneless Ribs
    Served on shaved lettuce

    Turkey Balls in Curry
    served with
    Bacon Wrapped Sweet Potato Bites
    Chorizo & Port Stuffing Balls


    DESSERT
    Pumpkin Tiramisu


    WHOO HOO!


    do you have the recipe for the slow cooked ribs -- is this a crockpot recipe?

    Is this all for one day???


    Gday and big thanks The Crockpot recipe IS FANTASTIC!!! (Of course, it is a recipe by DrG!)

    http://www.food.com/recipe/maple-slow-cooker-boneless-ribs-319367

    Hope you enjoy it too and yes, I am VERY passionate about cooking and entertaining with our friends and this is an easy peasy menu icon_smile.gif

    Everything can be made ahead and just put things in the crockpots, chafing dishes and my rule is as soon as the first friend arrives, red wine in hand and enjoy! icon_smile.gif

    LOTS of preparation, shopping etc...before hand, but the shopping is almost done now too icon_smile.gif

    WHOO HOO!

    ALL very simple and economical recipes too! icon_smile.gif

    Thanks and WHOO HOO!


    Thanks - the recipe looks fantastic and perfect for the guys in my family!


    SERIOUSLY It is a great recipe and if you have anyone with a sugar related condition, you can use the sugarless maple syrup icon_smile.gif

    WHOO HOO! icon_smile.gif
    mickeydownunder
    Tue Nov 20, 2012 2:48 am
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    Rare roast beef, provolone , roasted red pepper horseradish etc

    FANG was too hungry and no concentrated but wanted to share today's lunch

    thanks TWINIE!

    WHOO HOO!

    HOpe you enjoy too









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