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Time For Turducken
Happy Thanksgiving Everyone!
digitalghost

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 2:02 am on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

Oven has been on all day, hunting clothes are laid out for tomorrow morning, dogs are so stuffed they can't move and there are cranberries in the house... Must be the night before Thanksgiving.

 

eelixduppy

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 6:04 am on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

Happy Thanksgiving! (Right now it's 1:04 AM EST so I guess this is valid)

I can taste the apple pie now as I type! Can't wait!

Have a good one everybody. After Thanksgiving and Christmas it's all about watching your diet until next year; eat up while you still can! ;)

rj87uk

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 2:02 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

Just to get everyone involved here...

What does Thanksgiving mean to YOU?

Matt Probert

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 2:08 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

What does Thanksgiving mean to YOU?

Absolutely nothing. It's a festival celebrated by a tiny fraction of the world's massive population.

Matt

rj87uk

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 2:25 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

Matt, lol - same but I thought it would be nice to know what its all about!

lawman

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 2:31 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

At this point in my life it means a day off to spend with my extended family and reminisce about the same things we always reminisce about. For that, I am thankful. :)

digitalghost

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 3:04 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

For me it's about getting together with family and friends, enjoying a good meal and hoping that the same faces are around the table next year, and remembering the faces that aren't there.

AWildman

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 4:31 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

It is all about the biscuits. :)

Happy turkey day!

greenleaves

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 5:34 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

For me its several things:

A normal work day
A slow trafic weekend :(
A time to get together with my loved ones, and think of ALL the things I'm greatfull for.

Rugles

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 6:04 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

I have to try Turducken some day.

lawman

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 10:16 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

Definitely wouldn't want to shorten "Turducken" too much.

Leosghost

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 11:50 pm on Nov 23, 2006 (gmt 0)

specially when the mixture tastes like someone already did ..:)

actually I dont know that for sure ..never having tasted the shortened version ..but I do know ..bombay duck smells like someone already did ..:)

[edited by: Leosghost at 11:54 pm (utc) on Nov. 23, 2006]

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 4:56 am on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

Thanksgiving food is becoming more experimental. Wife mentioned trying a tur(key)-duck-(chick)en combination. I never heard of it until last year.

She threatened to buy us a scary turkey fryer device which, I think, is illegal for export to Iran or N. Korea. Prudently, she picked up a ready-made fried turkey from a local supermarket... it's like a regular turkey but a lot crisper and less greasy.

The supermarket says they make them all year but you have to order ahead a few days.

eelixduppy

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 5:15 am on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

The fried turkeys are actually extremely good; way better than the regularly cooked ones.

We made some last year for the first time and everyone seemed to love them. Didn't do it this year, but I'm thinking we'll do it next!

Anyway, I hope everyone had a great day with your families; I know I did!

jsinger

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 6:50 am on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

Only problem with our supermarket fried turkey was that the meat was a little stringy. Anyone know whether that is common?

Frying makes the drumsticks and wings much better to gnaw on.

Leosghost

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 12:45 pm on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

Dont let the Scots hear about this or they'll be making them dipped in chocolate and using lard for the frying ..having previosuly stuffed them with the insides of a cow and 200 cigarettes ..

IlieR

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Msg#: 3165700 posted 8:51 pm on Nov 24, 2006 (gmt 0)

For me was just a free day

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