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    Thanksgiving supper

    I'm sure many of us, including myself, are looking forward to the upcoming Thanksgiving supper. I was just wondering what some of your favorite things are to eat for Thanksgiving.
    Mine has to be the oyster stuffing that we have every year.



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    I always like watching the Lions get eaten up on Thanksgiving.



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Turkey stuffing, greenbean casserole


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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Eggnog pie, Turkey (usually the only time I get it), and in general "grandma's cooking"



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Fried turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, green bean casserole, SWEET POTATOES...mmmm And various other fillers like bread, pie, etc.



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Quote Originally Posted by cyadict View Post
    I'm sure many of us, including myself, are looking forward to the upcoming Thanksgiving supper. I was just wondering what some of your favorite things are to eat for Thanksgiving.
    Mine has to be the oyster stuffing that we have every year.
    What is oyster stuffing?



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Sweet potato casserole... Mashed Potatos...

    My favorite Thanksgiving ever was freshman year when I went to my roomate's place in the Keys. T'giving dinner consisted of Mahi, grouper, lobster, and shrimp that we had caught earlier that day...



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Quote Originally Posted by cybsball20 View Post
    Sweet potato casserole... Mashed Potatos...

    My favorite Thanksgiving ever was freshman year when I went to my roomate's place in the Keys. T'giving dinner consisted of Mahi, grouper, lobster, and shrimp that we had caught earlier that day...

    If that were my thanksgiving, I would never leave. I keep telling my wife that one of these holidays we should spend it on a beach somewhere.



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Quote Originally Posted by cyadict View Post
    I'm sure many of us, including myself, are looking forward to the upcoming Thanksgiving supper. I was just wondering what some of your favorite things are to eat for Thanksgiving.
    Mine has to be the oyster stuffing that we have every year.

    Oysters? In stuffing? You go have fun with that.

    One fun thing I'll get to eat this year is Crow Pie. Thanks to the Cubs' and Cyclones' performances this year, I'll be sure to get some heaping helpings of Crow Pie. Mmmm...tastes like ashes.


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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    I've always enjoyed a traditional Thanksgiving dinner of toast, popcorn, and pretzel sticks.



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Traditionally we have the big meal at lunchish (sometimes 1 or 2 in the afternoon) and then at left overs.

    Like turkey and mashed potatoes in a sandwhich. Or just snack foods for supper.



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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    My wife's maternal grandparents immigrated to the U.S. from Italy. There's nothing better than the traditional Turkey, potatoes, gravy, etc - with a large helping of hand made beef ravioli's in made from scratch marinara.

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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    my mother always used to make a spinach quiche that was basically spinach, cream cheese, and egg mixed together in a pie crust. Then she'd put shredded cheddar cheese on top, and bake it. Very, very good. It has been a traditional Thanksgiving dish at my house as long as I can remember.


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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    I'm a sucker for stuffing.

    And cranberry sauce topped with cottage cheese, although most people think I'm crazy.


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    Re: Thanksgiving supper

    Never actually had it ON Thanksgiving Day, but Pumpkin Spice Cheesecake has topped my list of holiday food favorites. It's better than pumpkin pie could ever hope to be.


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