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    What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    I've got 2 apple pies, green bean casserole, and delicious ham (with a pineapple-sassafrass-jalapeno glaze) in the oven, and boiling taters for mashed potatoes on the stove.

    Its effin hot over here. Once its done, we are taking it over to a friend's house, where there is turkey, sweet potatos, pumpkin pie, mac'n'cheese, green beans, asparagus tips, and stuffed acorn squash.
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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    Mashers and gravy with cheese melted in the mashers,Mac'n cheese for sure..and jellied cranberry sauce...
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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    This year, I had a bologna sandwich with gouda, and chips. I might snack on the lamb or filet dish during service but for dinner I'm going to Waffle House for waffles and hash browns.
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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    Homemade macaroni(Takes way too long to cook), Spaghetti, Ham, Turkey(sometimes), Cake, Pie, Cornbread(sweet and unsweetened), Banana Pudding, Cupcakes, Potato Salad, and Greens, and sometimes Jello Shots. Sometimes chicken.

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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    Turkey, mashed taters, candied sweet potatoes, green beens, dressing, jellied cranberry sauce, olives, and apple upside down cake. (I am fixing it all)

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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    Leftover pizza for lunch.

    But the housemates and their family are going to all be over tonight. So probably whatever turkey and fixings are cooking!
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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    We're not celebrating Thanksgiving today (we are on Saturday), but tonight we're having a family recipe that's been passed down for generations: Hungarian Chicken and Dumplings.
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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    Tortellini soup, egg pasta with homemade sauce, turkey, asparagus, sweet potato casserole, mashed potatoes, corn, apple pie, apple jack, and a massive spread of finger foods including a smoked meat and olive platter.
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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    Just got done cooking. Turkey, ham, dressing, mashed taters with gravy, succotash, homemade mac & cheese. Once we're all full I'll boil the turkey carcass clean and make some turkey stew.

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    Re: What do you eat for Thanksgiving? (if you celebrate it)

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone. I'm spending it alone this year, but I made sure to have cranberry sauce with my dinner!

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