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Thanksgiving Eats
#31
RE: Thanksgiving Eats
(November 18, 2021 at 12:10 am)Ranjr Wrote: For atheist devilled eggs:

Boil and peel eggs
Cut lengthwise in half
Remove yellow centers
Serve

Theist deviled eggs:

-Wrap unshelled raw eggs in aluminium foil.

-Place in microwave (on highest setting) for 10 minutes.

-It’s best to do a whole dozen at once to save time.

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#32
RE: Thanksgiving Eats
I don't know what Countryside is doing for Thanksgiving, but if I were home I'd be having the usual stuff my dad cooks for us. Turkey, dressing/stuffing, mashed potatoes with gravy, dinner roll, and cranberry.
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#33
RE: Thanksgiving Eats
I'll be having Thanksgiving dinner with my mother this year. She's preparing Cornish Game Hens instead of turkey.  Hungry
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#34
RE: Thanksgiving Eats
(November 19, 2021 at 10:07 am)Gwaithmir Wrote: I'll be having Thanksgiving dinner with my mother this year. She's preparing Cornish Game Hens instead of turkey.  Hungry

Sounds great.

I'd far prefer Peking Duck***, which can be bought locally already prepared. Failing that, I really prefer chicken to Turkey.

Might have the duck for New Year's Eve



*** I had Peking duck in Beijing, once. It was one of only two truly memorable meals I've ever had. The other was an end of year dinner made by a bloke I was sharing a house with at the time, for 12 people.  He was a French trained Cordon Bleu chef.
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#35
RE: Thanksgiving Eats
(November 19, 2021 at 10:07 am)Gwaithmir Wrote: I'll be having Thanksgiving dinner with my mother this year. She's preparing Cornish Game Hens instead of turkey.  Hungry

The wife and I like Cornish Game hens. My youngest son doesn't. I guess we could roast two of them (we each eat a half) and the other son and my wife could enjoy that. Maybe buy some hot dogs or some such for the other son, and have a half left over . Hehe 

Back when my middle son was taking care of my MiL's house, my youngest brother was renting a room. My son would grill up a nice piece of salmon and veggies, and offered to do the same for him, but my brother was committed to TV dinners.  Tut Tut  I haven't eaten a TV dinner in decades; about 4, iirc.
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#36
RE: Thanksgiving Eats
You two, see what you've started. Gonna make a trip to the butcher shop tomorrow, the one that sells quail.
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#37
RE: Thanksgiving Eats
(November 19, 2021 at 10:44 pm)brewer Wrote: You two, see what you've started. Gonna make a trip to the butcher shop tomorrow, the one that sells quail.

You gonna pay retail for quail!? Well, I will say that it's got to be cheaper than organizing a hunt and having Dick Cheney shoot your face off.  Hehe
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