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Discussion in 'Off Topic [BG]' started by Mike Money, Nov 21, 2005.
Yes... tis a good time of the year.
Easter Food > Thanksgiving Food
Looking forward to The Greatest Sandwich On Earth!
- white bread
- leftover turkey
- jellied-style cranberry sauce
- Miracle Whip (one of the rare instances where i prefer it over mayo)
Ohhh yeaaahhhhh. My annual fave.
I prefer gravy instead of Miracle Whip. Mmmm, drippy....
I'm not a big fan of turkey, but I can tolerate it once a year.
Stuffing beats turkey 10 to 1 in my book.
And I agree with jammadave that leftovers taste better than the actual meal.
BTW, are any of you affected by tryptophan in the turkey?
I sometimes nod out after the meal, but I'm not sure if it's the TRP, or just the boring relatives.
They are great traditional meals.
Leftovers must be warmed up in the oven - there is no other way.
eh turkey, IM LOOKING FOR THAT HAM!
I like both. Variety is crucial in Thanksgiving. The people my family is celebrating with are making a turkey, my wife and I are bringing Trader Joe's spiral ham. I've even heard a rumour that someone else is coughing up a salmon dish. Can't wait!!!
I agree with you about heating up the stuffing in the oven, but the turkey must be eaten either on a sandwich, or just by the piece right out of the fridge - tons of mayo, salt & pepper!
I'll let you slide, but just this once.
The gravy's where it's at people. That heated up on some rice with turkey......Oh, and the sweet potatoes...yum....
Thanksgiving did not exist for me until my brother-in-law got a turkey fryer (frier?)
This'll be the second year using it. Thanksgiving is truly a wonderous occasion now.
Yeah i have heard that turkey deep frying has gotten pretty popular, the thing that i am really impressed by is what takes 4 or 5 hours of cooking in an oven takes 20 minutes in a deep fryer thats really something.
Yeah. Gotta love it.
Thanksgiving isn't known for being a healthy holiday...so why hold any punches?
Best turkey I've ever tasted.....man.....come on thursday
Does anybody have any insight into why Canadian and American thanksgivings are almost two months apart?
Yes i do.
The 2 month intermission gives time for the Turkeys to repopulate after Thanksgiving in the States.
Just realized that Canadian Thanksgiving is celebrated before Thanksgiving in the States !
Awwwwwwww snap! I can't wait for ham, turkey, mashed taters, corn, stuffing, and canolies.