Happy Thanksgiving all! What are your plans for today?


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Thrice Gotcha Profile
Thrice Gotcha answered

I just know my family is cooking a turkey the size of Houston Texas and I'm going over there to have some after that going to have a few beers and call it a night!

dragonfly forty-six Profile

Happy Thanksgiving!

I'm cooking all day for a sit down dinner with my kids and their significant others. I'm kind of nervous about it, and I don't know why. I just want everything to be perfect.

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Matt Radiance
Matt Radiance commented
Take few deep breaths and see it more clearly! everything is prefect and going to stay prefect! and i wish i could have such deserve to taste your cook! i'm sure it would be one of the best tastes in the world.
Jann Nikka
Jann Nikka commented
dragonfly forty-six
Thanks, Tiger and Matt. :))
Have a wonderful day, all. :))
Rooster Cogburn Profile
Rooster Cogburn , Rooster Cogburn, answered

Happy Thanksgiving Roy ! I figured I might cook a nice roast and make sure my Hound dog has a nice Thanksgiving meal. Plenty of Football on today and that will keep me occupied.

PJ Stein Profile
PJ Stein answered

Happy Thanksgiving to you as well!

I am going to my brother's for my first Thanksgiving meal. (The fun one.) Then I come home feed my dogs and the head over to my mother-in-law's for a second meal. (And an added glass of wine or three.)

Ancient Hippy Profile
Ancient Hippy answered

I'll be going to my neighbors house for an early turkey dinner and I'll pick up my turkey dinner pizza from my favorite pizza joint this evening. Happy Thanksgiving Roy, enjoy your day.

Lard Ass Profile
Lard Ass answered

Happy Thanksgiving Roy....and to everyone who celebrates. I was actually supposed to work today but I received a phone call around 4:30am calling me off for the first four hours of my shift....then I called a little while ago....they called me off the next four hours....so I get to call one more time to see if I'm needed at 3. Wheew!

Matt Radiance Profile
Matt Radiance answered

Happy Thanksgiving day to you and everyone :)

I wish everyone will have and having a wonderful pleasing time whether hanging alone or having family members or friends along.

I guess we should all run through Rooster's place and have one special Thanksgiving day off of Turkey,Pork ect . .and break the traditions! And be served by Rooster's magical BBQ's! !

I vote for it! :))

Corey The Goofyhawk Profile
Corey The Goofyhawk , Epic has no limit, answered

Mrs. Goofyhawk and I have traveled to South Carolina to visit her aunt and uncle. And of course eating a lot of turkey and pie and retiring to the living room couch and proceed to enter a food coma.

Tom  Jackson Profile
Tom Jackson answered

For a few years now, we hold our celebration on the Saturday before Thanksgiving.

This year we had about 30 friends and family members over and had to switch to a buffet style presentation.  Quite an eclectic mix of food to accommodate various tastes----turkey, gravy; brisket, gravy; ham, (no gravy); shrimp scampi; and of course all the trimmings, side dishes, and pies for dessert.

This wouldn't work for everyone, but it allows everybody the option to celebrate Thanksgiving with us and also frees them up to have their own celebrations on Thursday.

It also avoids the younger couples to avoid having to eat one more additional meal as they visit others on Thanksgiving day.

Then I have the option of cooking another turkey today, eating all the dark meat I could possible want (along with BOTH turkey "tenderloins"), and then saving the breast meat for either hot turkey sandwiches and or the old standby sandwich of bread, turkey, lettuce, mayonnaise variety.

Today I am actually cooking another of my favorite holiday meals---prime rib.

Happy Thanksgiving to all!!!

Maurice Korvo Profile
Maurice Korvo answered

Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

We are going to a Birthday Dinner tonight at the seniors center, but its not Thanksgiving here (it was Oct 12 in Canada) so we are having pork rather than turkey.

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