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    Shawn C
    Tue Nov 04, 2003 11:50 am
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    We always have
    Turkey
    dressing
    2-3 pies
    rolls
    giblet gravy
    fruit salad
    sweet potato casserole
    cranberry salad
    fresh grean beans
    and dad's mac & cheese
    keen5
    Tue Nov 04, 2003 4:33 pm
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    We are eating out this year, but our menu stays pretty much the same every year, if we cook at home.
    Roast Turkey w/ cornbread dressing
    Mashed Potatoes
    Turkey gravy
    Candied yams
    Lima Beans or Brussel Sprouts
    Baked corn
    Dinner rolls warm from the oven
    Pumpkin pie, pumpkin roll and a few other desserts that others might bring.
    Michigan Dreamer
    Wed Nov 05, 2003 1:26 pm
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    i always cook the dinner. we will have:

    turkey(stuffed)
    stuffing
    turkey gravy
    mashed potatoes w/ garlic,butter, sour cream,& parsley
    winter squash(my favorite) nice and sweet
    green bean casserole
    vegie casserole, same as green bean except you use frozen(thawed)brocoli, cauli,and carrots. chopped celery and onions
    baked beans
    cole slaw
    rolls
    pumpkin pie
    apple crisp
    lemon mirange pie
    chocolate pie
    and other deserts, what ever they dicide to make and bring.
    hope all have a wonderful day. icon_razz.gif
    SilentCricket
    Thu Nov 06, 2003 4:05 pm
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    Our Thanksgiving dinner is usually this:
    Turkey, stuffing, and gravy
    Vicki's Gourmet Potatoes
    Pompuna (Pumpkin) Souffle
    Cranberry Sauce (although I may make cranberry relish this year)
    Rolls
    corn
    peas
    maybe cheesy onions...something my mom always made and something I haven't had in ages!
    cider
    apple and pumpkin pies

    I brined a turkey last year for our Christmas dinner last year and I'd like to do that again for our Thanksgiving dinner...YUM! ---Martha icon_smile.gif
    Lightly Toasted
    Fri Nov 07, 2003 5:37 pm
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    Turkey (cooked in Reynold's Bags--always juicy)
    Stuffing
    Potatoes, Gravy
    Cranberry Chutney recipe #69614
    Green Beans w/ Bacon and Blue Cheese recipe #62912
    Pumpkin Charlotte recipe #65267

    That's just what I'M making....that's not including what everyone else will be bringing! Still need rolls, more veggies, more desserts, appy's (got eat SOMETHING while the Lions get beat!
    Eliza B
    Sun Nov 09, 2003 4:30 pm
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    I am recently married and a new cook. I thought about having my inlaws over for Thanksgiving and we have a small NYC apartment. Recently, we started using an online grocery store, which has prepared foods from New York City's best chefs. They have a thanksgiving special which costs about $120 for 6 people. It is all cooked early Thanksgiving morning and it delivered Thanksgiving day. Just heat and serve. It comes with Turkey, stuffing, gravy, cornbread, choice of three sides, 2 pies. Would anyone else do this? icon_twisted.gif
    Jill Foster
    Mon Nov 10, 2003 4:20 pm
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    TURKEY!!!
    -dressing
    -cranberry sauce slices

    mac n cheese with ham and bacon

    icon_lol.gif pies: pumpkin, choc., pecan, cheesecake

    cornbread stuffing

    veggies: green beans, peas

    yams with marshmellows on top

    icon_arrow.gif mashies----YUM----(mashed potatoes with cheese, sour cream, bacon, chives, and pepper all mashed together)
    Lightly Toasted
    Mon Nov 10, 2003 5:51 pm
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    Eliza B wrote:
    I am recently married and a new cook. I thought about having my inlaws over for Thanksgiving and we have a small NYC apartment. Recently, we started using an online grocery store, which has prepared foods from New York City's best chefs. They have a thanksgiving special which costs about $120 for 6 people. It is all cooked early Thanksgiving morning and it delivered Thanksgiving day. Just heat and serve. It comes with Turkey, stuffing, gravy, cornbread, choice of three sides, 2 pies. Would anyone else do this? icon_twisted.gif



    If it was good, I would! If there are any traditional "must haves" in your family, you can always add them.
    Smilynn
    Thu Nov 13, 2003 1:13 pm
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    Thanksgiving has been at my house the past several years but dear old mom still dictates the menu!

    Turkery/dressing
    ham
    broc/caul salad
    peas
    mac n cheese
    green bean casserole
    mustard greens
    mashed potatoes
    sweet potatoe casserole
    pecan pie
    coconut cake
    brownies
    banana pudding
    choc cake

    Your typical southern dishes.
    Lisa Tector
    Sun Nov 23, 2003 3:06 am
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    I host Thanksgiving every year. Our menu includes:

    Baked Turkey
    Cranberry Stuffing
    Mashed Potatos
    Sweet Potato and Apple casserole
    Green Bean casserole
    Cranberry relish
    Pineapple Jello Mold
    Rolls and Butter
    Pumpkin Pie
    Apple Pie
    sqrl
    Sun Nov 23, 2003 3:55 pm
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    This year we are having:

    Smoked turkey
    Roasted turkey breast
    Stuffing
    Mashed potatoes
    Gravy
    Sweet potatoe casserole
    Green bean casserole
    Cranberry relish
    Cranberry jelly
    Cornbread
    Dinner rolls
    Pumpkin pie
    Cherry pie
    Cranberry-apple pie
    Poker
    Mon Nov 24, 2003 6:57 am
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    icon_razz.gif WE Have :
    Turkey~~ done on the BBQ
    Stuffung Balls
    Mash Potatoes
    Turnip
    Creamed Onions
    Cranberry Marble Mold
    Pickles & Olives~~ Stuffed Celery
    Dinner Rolls
    For Snacks :
    Ham Roll~ ups
    Kielbisa & Cheese
    Shrimp & Cocktail Sauce
    Something ??? My brother in laws bringing ?
    Dessert:
    Good Old MOM's PIES!!!
    Pumpkin Pie
    Lemon Meringue Pie ( by popular demand )
    & Some good Wine & drinks "!
    ellie_
    Mon Nov 24, 2003 9:58 am
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    Our Thanksgiving is pretty much the same every year.
    This year we are having:
    Sahara's Roast Turkey w/ Old Fashioned Bread Stuffing recipe #45678
    mashed potatoes
    gravy
    green beans
    cranberry sauce (I found an interesting recipe in the paper)
    HeatherFeather's Rhyne's Pan Rolls recipe #61463
    2 purchased pies and Apple Pie recipe #65429
    Miraklegirl's Ice Cream, Honey recipe #55912
    PanNan
    Mon Nov 24, 2003 10:41 am
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    Tradition is important to us on Thanksgiving. I do all the cooking, but due to surgery last Friday, I'll have more help this time.

    We were so pleased with Mirj's recipe last year, we're doing that again Honey Brined Herb Roasted Turkey
    Bread/Herb Seasoned Dressing
    Mashed Potatoes
    Turkey Gravy
    Green Bean Casserole
    Mashen Sweet Potatoes seasoned with chipotle peppers
    Cranberry Salad a/k/a Pink Stuff
    Home made pumpkin pie with fresh whipped cream
    vivmom
    Mon Nov 24, 2003 11:01 pm
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    We are having herbed turkey breast,
    shrimp teriyaki,
    sweet potato souffle,
    fresh green beans in lime butter,
    corn,
    basmati rice with nuts and spices,
    and baguette.
    Starters include fresh fruit and
    brandy cheese ball with
    assorted crackers.
    For dessert, German Sweet Chocolate Pie,
    fresh oranges and coffee.
    (Will have some champagne with the
    appetizers.) Happy Thanksgiving!
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