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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    Especially those cheap crusty rolls that come in the white cardboard tray thing that are ridiculously awesome.
    Brown 'n Serve. Wife LOVES those.




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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by Angie View Post
    Especially those cheap crusty rolls that come in the white cardboard tray thing that are ridiculously awesome.
    Either those, or kings hawaiian rolls.



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Pecan Pie or any other suitable pie.



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    hookers and cocaine



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by ISUAgronomist View Post
    Brown 'n Serve. Wife LOVES those.
    Quote Originally Posted by alarson View Post
    Either those, or kings hawaiian rolls.
    Yes to both. You guys have better memories than I do. Those things soak up gravy perfectly.


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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by alarson View Post
    Yeah, i'm not a huge turkey fan either, which is even worse when it comes to the whole leftovers thing. If i wasnt a big fan the first time around i sure don't want the leftovers.

    I'm usually in it for the pumpkin pie, mashed potatoes, rolls, fruit salads, etc.
    I don't mind the leftover because I actually like cold turkey sandwiches slathered in miracle whip better than the actual fresh out of the oven turkey.



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

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    Can we all agree that people that try and get cute with their stuffing/dressing recipes on Thanksgiving are the worst?
    No. Hawkeyes are still the worst. And Huskers.

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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Get drunk and go to the casino!



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by CycloneErik View Post
    No. Hawkeyes are still the worst. And Huskers.

    I got to be that guy!
    I'll bet Hawk fans put all sorts of weird stuff in their stuffing.



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

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    I'm not familiar with that particular Thanksgiving tradition. Sounds like fun for the whole family though!



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    I was just talking with a co-worker and we realize how many starches are present for the Thanksgiving meal.

    Potatoes, Sweet potatoes, stuffing, rolls, and maybe you count the pies? Corn is sometimes considered a starch too.





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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Pumpkin bread. It's a 3/2 food. Have to make 3 if you want 2 left for Thanksgiving.



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by ianoconnor View Post
    I'm attempting my first ever turkey fry tomorrow. Wish me luck.
    Our inaugural turkey fry was last year. I was pretty partial to the flavor of the garlic injection. Ate a bunch of turkey when we fried one up pre-event for practice. Experienced a mild upset stomach afterward, assumed I overrate. When I ate the holiday bird a couple of weeks later the stomach churning post-meal was crazy, with a hefty fever-chill cycle accompaniment. Was it an overload of MSG? Whatever it was has made the fried bird rather unpalatable to me now. What a bummer.


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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Crackers with Wine cheese. And cinnamon ice cream with the pies.



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    Re: Favorite Thanksgiving Foods or Traditions

    Quote Originally Posted by cyclones500 View Post
    I don't like cranberries or sweet potatoes,
    I didn't realize I was one of the few that is insane for cranberries. When I lived in Africa, I searched over the whole country for cranberries and finally found them canned. In Brazil, I pined away thinking of cranberries. In Chile, they actually raised cranberries, but you couldn't find them anywhere in any market. They exported them all to the United States. I eat cranberries all year around now so they aren't exactly a Thanksgiving treat anymore. But when I was young, Thanksgiving introduced me to them, and turkey wouldn't be the same without them.


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