traditional or your own tradition?
at your home or somewhere else?
a great big Greek thanksgiving~
at my sons' girlfriends house~
we'll have a family breakfast here, I want to try Danielcarter's pumpkins waffles receipe!
football games, turkey and the simpsons thanksgiving episode-watching, my place...
I work until 7am, home for a few hours of sleep, then off to my parents for dinner. Lots of guests at Mom's, she likes to adopt orphans for Thanksgiving
Volunteering at our local food center, then dinner with my wife. Oh Yeah, plus some football.
every year we host thanksgiving at our home...this year is no different, we will have two people who are in their nineties...
Traditional Thanksgiving dinner with all the side dishes, with family at our house, wife cooks, very yummy!
this is my plan, mixture of American and Filipino culture
http://hubpages.com/hub/how-to-celebrat … o-cultures
Huge meal at the inlaws. Usally it is a wonderful time. Right now, my sister in law is disgustingly insanely fuurious with me..(she is bi-polar and refuses to treat it...) HOPEFULLY she will kep quiet and peacable for one day.
wow, hope your sister in law feels well and is able to enjoy her loving family
I'm gonna try to eat a whole turkey by myself, it sucks, everyone's going to L.A. and I have to stay here to take care of some business and celebrate thanksgiving alone. oh well=)
how about volunteering at a food pantry or homeless shelter? you won't be alone, and you'll do something good for yourself and others!
hey topgun, can I come over and help you feed others??
We are having a quiet Thanksgiving with a turkey & trimmings. More importantly, I'm also making BBQ Ribs - my son turns 14 that day and dislikes turkey. Its all about my son that day
We're going ultra-traditional . It's not normal for my family in the last several years, my grandma was always the traditional one and always made enough to feed an army. After she died it fell apart for a while, but my mom is determined to bring it back .
My other half and I are going out to my parents' house for a marinated deep-fried turkey (my SO said I HAVE to try one and my stepdad has always wanted to, so this is the year). My other mother, stepbrothers and their families, and a few orphans we've picked up along the way will be there. I'll be making my ever-appreciated pumpkin pecan cheesecake (my mom doesn't like pies, any of them...and though I love pumpkin and pies, I've never been big on pumpkin pie) and pea salad, my SO will be helping with the turkey, as well as making dill mashed potatoes and smoked turkey leg gravy. Between the mothers we'll have cranberry sauce, stuffing, pasta salad and pumpkin cinnamon rolls (along with anything else decide we must have). No idea what the stepbrothers or stepsisters-in-law will be coming up with, but in all it sounds like it'll be a really fun day .
Haha, I basically am having like 3 Thanksgivings. One, is a pot luck thanksgiving tomorrow with a bunch of friends. I'm making baked ziti.
Then, with my family, and after Thanksgiving dinner with my family I am going to my vegan friends house to have Thanksgiving with them.
Plus, Wednesday is my birthday dinner. Oh, god...I'm going to blow up. Haha. xD
My parents are divorced and I am married now, so I always end up having multiple celebrations. Thursday lunch my husband I will go to my mom's. Then to his parents for the evening. Friday lunch will be with my dad. He makes the most amazing dressing, by the way. Then over the weekend we will visit with extended family out of town. Hectic, but fun nonetheless.
I am cooking Thanksgiving dinner for my family, my 2 sisters families cos they can't cook and my brothers family. Whew I'm tired.
I am cooking here too- all the kidsand assorted relatives & friends...I think it is about 15 or so. And traditional fare.
Only time all the families can get together is in the morning so here comes a new Thanksgiving tradition- scrambled eggs and turkey! Oh yeah, and the mimosas with cranberry juice
I'm English but I wish we had Thanks Giving over here, looks cool.
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