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    automobile gravitron BLIMP's Avatar
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    so whatcha all cookin?

    I know there's many a kitchen that's in turmoil now, or slated to be within hours. Whats on the menu?

    I'm making vegetarian chili and marinated bacon water chestnuts.

    Also bourbon. I didn't make that though.
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    I will be waking up at the early morning hours to bake that yummy pumpkin pie Then my mother and her husband are headed over for a small TG dinner.
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    <rolls eyes>

    Just meandered down the communal kitchen where I snagged a zweigles hot dog, nibbled as is, found my last beer and scuffed back upstairs to ye old room.

    BUT, since this house here doesn't get moving to late, and I mean late - by the time I get home tomorrow afternoon ---- the turkey will not be in the oven yet. hehe SO, dinner number two at ... oh.... 11 pm or so

    Talk about stretching the day out ...

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    You drink. You drive me to drink.

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    leftovers. really.
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    I just had some turkey and stuffing, salad, wine, and later on some dessert.
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    got up early and brewed a batch of holiday beer, should be ready by Christmas.

    had fried turkey with the folks. usual sides: 3 kinds of cranberry sauce (yech), gravy, turnips (yech), mushroom and chicken risotto, green beans...

    dessert was homemade pumpkin pie, homemade apple/cranberry pie, and plum pudding with homemade hard sauce.

    emptied two kegs of homebrew, too.

    so now i'm stuck drinking grappa.

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    Stuffed Acorn Squash
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    Cinnamon acorn squash.

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    There is turkey, stuffing, garlic mashed potatoes, some sort of sweet potato dish, some sort of cranberry dish, blue corbread, a pumpkin sweetbread, lots of olives, and plenty of beer of various sorts.

    There are also 2 Chow-mix fuzzy dogs to take care of any spillage and a cat to continuously shoo off the dining table.
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    The prime rib is resting and the H is making au jus. The sweet tators are mashed (with lime and cilantro) and the asparagus is ready to steam. One bottle of champagne is down as is most of a french pinot. Ready for a california Cabernet....

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    Quote Originally Posted by jhota View Post
    got up early and brewed a batch of holiday beer, should be ready by Christmas.
    Nice. I just placed a yeast starter on my stirplate for tomorrow's brew session. Making a cream stout that should be really nice by Christmas.

    Dinner was our usual Thanksgiving fare. Cornish game hens, parsnip mashed potatoes, green bean almondine, and rolls.

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    turkey mash potatoes gravy green beans, just the usal stuff
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    We had a very traditional meal, which we drove over 570 miles to partake of. First time in quite a number of years that I didn't cook on Thanksgiving.
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    I had a very untraditional meal.

    Every passing minute is another chance to turn it all around.

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    Pepperoni and Bacon (Back) pie.

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    Fried turkey
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    We had a traditional dinner. It was nice to have my son, 2 daughters & their 2 BF's over for dinner. My wife was sick (nausea), so spent dinner in bed. I think she's better today.

    The best part of the evening/night was watching "The Incredibles" with the kids. Oh yeah and the spice cake one of my daughters baked.
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