We ate at noon, and I did pretty good. Still haven't had dessert yet. I'm saving that for din-din.
Nope. We dine tomorrow. Earlier we were discussing strategy. We are accustomed to very small, light meals, so we thought we might want to eat more today and stretch our stomachs a bit?
Decisions, decisions. More turkey and stuffing or wait for the pies? Does pre-dinner coffee suppress or stimulate appetite? I'd like a beer, but all that gas..
im not a turkey - stuffing lover. .so i started and ended with pie... and it was cherry ..,my favorite!
I'm with you, I can't stand stuffing or turkey. I made T-giving dinner for our family this year and was happy to do my own version. And now is the fun part... watching my hubby clean the kitchen!
I suppose it is un-American, Habee! I've only had one stuffing I liked, it had cranberries and almonds in it.
I made THREE pumpkin pies, had two pieces and really regret that last one.
Happy Thanksgiving to all!
Yes I would have to raise both my hands. Ate than went straight to sleep and plan on eating again soon. Just sounds awful ,right, oh well It's Thanksgiving and I gave thanks.
Scribe, sometimes I put cranberries and pecans in my southern cornbread dressing. Yum!
I have a hub on how to make the old-fashioned cornbread dressing. Just add some dried cranberries and chopped pecans before baking.
I'm smoking some medicinal herbs...and about to do it all over again.
Did my part and ate more than enough for Thanksgiving Dinner. It would be silly to just eat “enough”, right? We always go to our friends’ Josie and Tomas. Had turkey, ham, and brisket this year. And of course my baked macaroni and cheese.
I did a good job pacing myself. I think this was the first big dinner I ever had where there were NO leftovers.
My [extended] family always wants to ensure there is always more than enough food. My mother would be mortified if the food ran out. I never experienced a holiday meal where we came anywhere near running out of food. Usually an insane amount of food. One of Mom's favorite expressions is having enough food "to feed Pharaoh's army".
Yeah, I'm waving my hand, but I just found this cool hub on the feed about what many of us consumed today, so now I can justify having a plate full of food. We had so much food to choose from, I don't even think I tried everything. There was turduckin, pheasant, ham and more turkey for the meats. It was truly a feast. http://pharmacist.hubpages.com/hub/THAN … iving-Meal
by ElleBee 8 years ago
What is your favorite part (food) of Thanksgiving dinner?
by MomsTreasureChest 8 years ago
What's your favorite food to eat on your Thanksgiving dinner menu? My favorite food on our Thanksgiving dinner table will be the Pineapple Stuffing baked dish, it's simple to make and delicious, it's not the turkey stuffing or stove top kind of stuffing, it's more like a dessert.
by fastfoodtipster 11 years ago
What would you choose?
by Stimp 11 years ago
And, do you remember the smell of the ink. Yes, I'm odd. That's one of my favorite memories of school. Being handed Ditto'd pages fresh off the machine and smelling the ink.
by Tracy 9 years ago
Raise your hand if you use other sites, such as Blogger; etc., and if so, is it working as a...viable tool for increasing your traffic?
by ElleBee 8 years ago
How do you cook your Thanksgiving day turkey?Do you grill? Keep it simple in the oven? Deep fry? Throw on some cajun spice? Have something more creative than what I already mentioned? I'm curious!
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