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Happy T-Day

Postby -7-Slappy on Thu Nov 27, 2008 1:16 pm

Hope everybody has a great Holiday, get stuffed! :D
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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby Junglestud on Sat Nov 29, 2008 7:15 pm

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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby drats666 on Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:04 pm

boo turkey!!. I perfer ham :-p
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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby Junglestud on Mon Dec 01, 2008 1:12 pm

drats666 wrote:boo turkey!!. I perfer ham :-p


Likewise, the family and I spent the morning at a soup kitchen volunteering, we ended up bagging turkey for a few hours. I was done with looking at/smelling turkey by the time we got to the in-laws. :| Alas, no ham to be found. :?
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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby drats666 on Mon Dec 01, 2008 3:34 pm

no ham? :-o wtf that should be a crime. ham is a must,
I had a 22 pound butterball turkey, a honey glazed ham, baby carrots in butter with parsley. Also had dinner rolls, sweet butter made from whipping cream. also had home made apple pie, home made cherry pie, home made pumpkin pie. also corn, brocoli, mashed potatos, potato salad, fruit salad. All home made :-p mwahahaha also had devilled eggs.

My cousin and her boyfriend came over and ate also, and took food home because well, she lives with like 8 people and people are always taking food and not replacing it. half them don't have jobs so keeping food in the house is hard.

Turned the leftover turkey into turkey salad :-) mmmm. the rest is still as in, o and i forgot to mention the cool whip.
<.< also feed my dad who doesn't live with us, and a child he was babysitting.

But the best part of all, was the ham! that and the hurrican i made before it was even 9 am :-p
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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby NoOther on Wed Dec 03, 2008 1:34 pm

Turkey is a must, especially deep fried turkey..mmmmmm. I have to have my turkey with mashed potatoes and gravy...lots of gravy. The rest of the time I generally prefer ham.
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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby Junglestud on Wed Dec 03, 2008 2:37 pm

NoOther wrote:Turkey is a must, especially deep fried turkey..mmmmmm. I have to have my turkey with mashed potatoes and gravy...lots of gravy. The rest of the time I generally prefer ham.


Just make sure it is good and frozen before you toss it in the fryer. It's more fun that way.

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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby mofiki on Thu Dec 04, 2008 5:57 pm

ill stick to ham
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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby drats666 on Thu Dec 04, 2008 8:00 pm

wahoo ham wins turkey sucks lol
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Re: Happy T-Day

Postby NoOther on Mon Dec 08, 2008 12:26 pm

I prefer steak myself actually. I think steak always wins. It's a lot like Bacon, you just cannot improve on perfection...
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