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    Default Thanksgiving Spreads

    What's on the menu? We're expecting about thirty this year, so we're going kinda heavy:

    -Smoked turkey x (2)
    -Fried turkey x (2)
    -Ham x (2)
    -Macaroni and cheese
    -Potato salad
    -Rice
    -Gravy
    -Red rice
    -Mashed potatoes
    -Collards
    -Squash casserole
    -Stuffing
    -Cranberry sauce (outta the can, of course)
    -Scratch-made biscuits
    -Roasted carrots
    -Brussel sprouts
    -Limas

    ...and about as many desserts. What about y'all?
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    Turkey, Venison Loins, collards,Oyster Pie, roasted Brussels Sprouts, sweet potato casserole, roasted red potatoes, stuffing, gravy, cranberry sauce, corn soufflé. Pumpkin pie, Pawleys Island pie, lots of red wine/brown liquor

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    We graduated to the age we dont do that any more. Going to son's house to TG. Wife bought a cured ham big enough for everyone on here, to cook and take to dinner.

    However I predict

    smoked turkey
    smoked ham
    roasted turkey
    collard greens
    deviled eggs
    sweet Potato casserole
    green beans
    potato salad
    dressing and gravy
    pumpkin pie
    nanner pudding
    yeast rolls
    Last edited by centurian; 11-21-2022 at 10:30 AM.

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    I stocked up on the dude wipes
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    You can dress a fat chick up, but you cant fix stupid

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    VG I think you should be the Phil Swift of Dude Wipes. A spokesman if you will.

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    I could be. They've changed my life
    "They are who we thought they were"

    You can dress a fat chick up, but you cant fix stupid

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    We are switching it up this year.

    Meat will be steaks and pork tenderloins. Going to do roasted brussel sprouts with bacon, drizzled with hot honey and crumbled herbed goat cheese (inspired by Soby's in Greenville...), smoked gouda mac & cheese, mashed potatoes and stuffing/gravy (without the turkey) because it is thanksgiving after all.
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    I don’t eat much turkey. It’s okay, but if I had a list of priority meats, it would be on the bottom. But with respect to tradition and all, I just put my wife on a jet plane in Amarillo so she can get home in time to brine a bird I don’t really want to eat.

    I reckon I’ll make the cornbread dressing and a couple of pecan pies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TheVisorGuy View Post
    I could be. They've changed my life
    They changed my life for sure. Seems like being a hairy individual ends up with a lot of waste and "peanut butter in shag carpet" type situations.

    The next step if you think the dude wipes are lifechanging, you need to get a squatty potty and a bidet.

    Go ahead poke fun all yall want, but those that are talking shit are those that don't have bidet's keep that in mind...

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    This conversation was intended to investigate options for loading the alimentary canal, not unloading it, you disgusting heathens.

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    Well this turned shitty pretty quick

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    Good news is I probably won't have an appetite again until Thursday so thanks..
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    I'll be hunting. I'll show up late and eat whatever the women fix, make a deposit and go hunt again.

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    Damn I guess ill meaningfully contribute to the forum now.

    Whole hog BBQ vinegar pepper bbq sauce
    fried turkey
    rotisserie turkey
    ham
    greasy rice
    creamed corn
    lima beans
    butter beans
    string beans
    coleslaw
    chicken bog
    mac n cheese
    dressing
    cranberry out the can
    im sure my aunt will bring that weird marshmellow fruit salad desert no one touches
    and i know grandma will have a 12 layer chocolate cake cooked up.

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    My wife made a bourbon pecan pound cake yesterday for Thanksgiving.

    I don't think it's going to make it to Thursday. She's pissed.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Fish View Post
    This conversation was intended to investigate options for loading the alimentary canal, not unloading it, you disgusting heathens.
    says the fella with a food thread picking up a jeep?
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Catdaddy View Post
    My wife made a bourbon pecan pound cake yesterday for Thanksgiving.

    I don't think it's going to make it to Thursday. She's pissed.

    Sent from my moto z4 using Tapatalk
    You mind sharing the recipe, please sir?

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    Find something distasteful about a cross county adventure. Go ahead, grumpy. I’ll check back in a bit to see what you come up with.

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    OK.
    its posted in a food thread or is your mirror broke?

    I can make it more simple for you but I dont want to hurt your feelers.

    Dont you have a turkey to brine?

    I swear its like arguing with five year olds. I bet you hate soccer, too.
    Ugh. Stupid people piss me off.

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    Weird ass people

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