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In fact, I hate most Thanksgiving food. About 100 percent of people who cook turkey, cook every damn bit of moisture out of it. Dry ass dressing. Bland ass mashed potatoes. Cranberry sauce right out of the Great Value can. Kroger pumpkin pie. I got so damn tired of choking down Rotunda's cooking that I started unplugging the stove the Wednesday before. I tell her I won't be able to fix it until Friday when stores open back up and I can buy parts. She wised up last year and got us invited to her mother's house. Her mother is even worse. That sow can't boil water. This year after our stove breaks, I'll have to sneak over to her mothers house and flip the breaker.

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I'm sorry you've never had properly cooked turkey.

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Originally Posted by TimberRunner
I'm sorry you've never had properly cooked turkey.

I could make a pair of shoes out of Rotundas turkey. It's so dry the gravy runs off of it like piss on an elephant ear plant. The worst part of it is the leftovers that I have to eat for the rest of the week. I'd be happy if someone abolished the holiday.

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I'd invite me over to our place for turkey day, but...........................................................






we're having it with friends.


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Make it yourself.


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Family and the holidays, perfect together.

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Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Make it yourself.

It's not my job. I didn't get married so that I would have to cook for myself.

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You sound like a miserable c unt, which is probably why you're trolling.

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We have gone the grilled ribeye route a couple times instead of turkey and fixins, that seemed to be pretty popular.....

And that solves the leftover problem as well....

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You guys in the States got Thanksgiving all screwed up. Up here in Canada we have it early in October.

It's way better that way.

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Originally Posted by Cluggins
Originally Posted by Jim_Conrad
Make it yourself.

It's not my job. I didn't get married so that I would have to cook for myself.


You fugged up a married someone who couldn't cook.


Time to learn big guy.


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Supercub,

Having been in Newfoundland for Thanksgiving many times, I will support your statement. Also, a Jigs Dinner is outstanding eats.


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Originally Posted by TimZ
We have gone the grilled ribeye route a couple times instead of turkey and fixins, that seemed to be pretty popular.....

And that solves the leftover problem as well....

That's my speed right there. I can throw down on a good ribeye on the Oklahoma Joes, but they insist on a traditional Thanksgiving meal.

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Originally Posted by SuperCub
You guys in the States got Thanksgiving all screwed up. Up here in Canada we have it early in October.

It's way better that way.
The Brussels sprouts in the garden haven't had a proper frost on them by Oct down here.


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I cook the turkey at Christmas.

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Originally Posted by SuperCub
I cook the turkey at Christmas.

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Damn, it looks like Rotunda decorated your house too.

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Had an early thanksgiving yesterday at sons house. He cooked Turkey on his smoker. It was not real smoky, which was fine with us. It was partially stuffed with several fresh herbs and was quite moist and flavorful. The dressing was delightful, bread pieces, dried cherries, some nuts, celery, spices, fresh herbs, and was outstanding. Mashed potatoes had some garlic in them, mmmmm.
And some kind of corn casserole with whole grain corn and cornmeal.
I was stuffed and it was for sure a five star meal.
Whose cooking make all the difference.


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Originally Posted by Cluggins
Originally Posted by SuperCub
I cook the turkey at Christmas.

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Damn, it looks like Rotunda decorated your house too.

LOL ...... That pic is about 25yrs old.

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Originally Posted by Cluggins
Originally Posted by TimZ
We have gone the grilled ribeye route a couple times instead of turkey and fixins, that seemed to be pretty popular.....

And that solves the leftover problem as well....

That's my speed right there. I can throw down on a good ribeye on the Oklahoma Joes, but they insist on a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
How do we keep our balance?

That I can tell you in one word...............................Tradition!



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Originally Posted by Valsdad
Originally Posted by Cluggins
Originally Posted by TimZ
We have gone the grilled ribeye route a couple times instead of turkey and fixins, that seemed to be pretty popular.....

And that solves the leftover problem as well....

That's my speed right there. I can throw down on a good ribeye on the Oklahoma Joes, but they insist on a traditional Thanksgiving meal.
How do we keep our balance?

That I can tell you in one word...............................Tradition!


Tradition. Sure wish the pilgrims had slaughtered a fat grain fed steer.

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