View Poll Results: What Ya having this T-day?

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  • Turkey

    4 57.14%
  • Ham

    2 28.57%
  • Beef

    0 0%
  • Pasta

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  • Some vegan tastless crap

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Thread: Poll ... what will you serve this Thanksgiving ?

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    Poll ... what will you serve this Thanksgiving ?

    Happy Turkey Day forum ! There's a poll .. what do you serve for T-day? Turkey, beef, mac and cheese? As main dish.

    You can post comments concerning other delicacies. or to note a different meal option not noted in the poll.

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    This year we are changing it up - maple cured bacon, waffles and tamales for brunch. And watching Dallas-boy Matthew Stafford w Detroit Lions stomp Philly.

    For dinner we are having new england lobster corn chowder, caesar salad and dry aged filet mignon oscar. Not too sure if Tony Romo can handle Cam Newton, so w/b having wine or Old Fashioneds.


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    Some Vegan Tasteless Crap?

    Ahhhhhhahhahahaha!!

    OK. I concede vegans are free to feed their bodies what they think best.

    However, I personally checked in the mirror a moment ago and, just like everybody else, I have vestigial canine teeth. Meaning, this body evolved to eat MEAT!

    One of my favorite, anti-vegan, bumper stickers: "I did not rise to the top of the food chain to eat VEGETABLES."

    There is a culinary instructor on YouTube who, while relating how to prepare a dish, said, "You 'plant-munchers' can substitute..." (I fell out of the chair laughing--"plant-munchers" hahahhaa)

    I don't care much for turkey anymore. And, I'm not a big fan ham unless it is a thin-sliced cold-cut on a sandwich.

    But, the OPer's reference to "some vegan tasteless crap" positively forced me to comment.

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    I checked vegan, because there was no none of the above. We had game hens.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    I checked vegan, because there was no none of the above. We had game hens.
    I've seen those. They're like those little Monopoly tokens, but edible, right?

    At least they count as meat. Well, poultry or fowl, anyway.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Citizen View Post
    I've seen those. They're like those little Monopoly tokens, but edible, right?

    At least they count as meat. Well, poultry or fowl, anyway.
    Very edible, we prefer chicken to turkey, and the game hens are just the right size. IMO the chicken absorbs more flavor from seasoning than turkey.
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    Quote Originally Posted by WalkingWolf View Post
    SNIP IMO the chicken absorbs more flavor from seasoning than turkey.
    That's true! Dammit! Now I'm all hungry again! <wondering whether Kentucky Fried Chicken is open at this hour on Thanksgiving>
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    I spent all day making chicken and rice soup yesterday. Made a big pot of it starting with a whole chicken as the base. Today I will be making my usual thanksgiving/christmas dinner home made cornbread stuffing with sausage, mushrooms, cellery, and onions. That's the extent of my thanksgiving dinner for this year.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Grim_Night View Post
    I spent all day making chicken and rice soup yesterday. Made a big pot of it starting with a whole chicken as the base. Today I will be making my usual thanksgiving/christmas dinner home made cornbread stuffing with sausage, mushrooms, cellery, and onions. That's the extent of my thanksgiving dinner for this year.
    We had a roasted chicken half, and rice/black beans last night. Just like the game hens I do a simple rub with garlic, pepper, and parsley, leave sit for several hours before roasting in a convection oven. I need to kill a couple roosters for pasta, homemade marinara sauce. It was a favorite growing up, the sauce, and chicken cooked all day.
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    Aaughhhhhhhh! Stop!! You guys are killing me!

    Or, at least slow down while I take notes for next year!

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    cream corn w/this years batch of NM's infamous hatch chilies finely chopped and liberally blended in makes a fab side to Cornish, ham, turkey, ad nauseam.

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    I served people.
    Well, I cooked food and let them serve themselves.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Freedom1Man View Post

    I served people.
    Well, I cooked food and let them serve themselves.

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    shades of soylent green...

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    Quote Originally Posted by solus View Post
    shades of soylent green...

    ipse
    That's the best shade !

    T-day over....looks like we know that the Packers got their goose cooked by Da Bears...17-13 !

    Margin of victory the same as what Packer player's jersey number? Hmmmm. So bad was the defeat that the Pack retired that number.
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