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Old 11-25-2008, 10:41 AM   #1
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Thanksgiving - What's on the menu?

Just wonderin' what kinda spread everyone's having.

Not much here at the Russell house, it's just me and the wife. I don't trust myself just yet to invite people over, nevermind the fact that we don't have a dining table.

Anyway, we're having turkey of course. I'm going to try brining it and I'll be slapping that bad boy on the verticle roaster. It's going to be two expreiments in one. *Fingers crossed* We'll have home made stuffing (for the most part, we bought the bread) it'll be half corn bread and half french bread. The wife's making her awesome mash potatoes and I she's making sweet potatoes or whatever those things are called (I think they're gross). Of course there'll be gravy and we bought some rolls to sop that up with. Apple pie and ice cream round things out for desert.

All in all pretty standard, so yeah, what're you guys having?
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Old 11-25-2008, 10:44 AM   #2
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actually russ, i have an AWESOME recipe for mashed potatoes... my father mad it last year

it is a mashed banana sweet potato, with either a walnut or pecan crust.... can't remember

there might be a recipe online, lemme go check
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Old 11-25-2008, 10:50 AM   #3
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http://www.recipezaar.com/Banana-Sweet-Potatoes-335906


this is a similar recipe

however, you make the mashed potatoes, then put the roasted pecans (or walnuts, i forget) on top, then bake
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Old 11-25-2008, 11:38 AM   #4
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The wifey is basically going to do two batches of potatoes, normal mashed ones that I like. Then she's going to do the sweet ones, I don't know what she does with them but I'm not a fan and they look kinda gross all mushed up.
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The wifey is basically going to do two batches of potatoes, normal mashed ones that I like. Then she's going to do the sweet ones, I don't know what she does with them but I'm not a fan and they look kinda gross all mushed up.
my aunt does the most amazing sweet potato casserole
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i'll try to post up that recipe

have her follow that, it is sooooooo
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Old 11-25-2008, 11:58 AM   #7
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the reason i don't like cooking for thanksgiving is because it's the only time of the year i (1) make turkey or (2) roast a bird that large. i don't like making food for guests that i don't know with a reasonable certainty that it'll turn out really well. for me, thanksgiving turkey is a big gamble with big consequences.

some years i stick with duck/chicken/lamb instead of turkey.
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Old 11-26-2008, 10:29 AM   #8
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recipe up boys

http://forum.e46fanatics.com/showthr...26#post8965726
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good question.. I just plan to show up and eat.
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hmmm Not sure about everything were having but i know we are having at least:

Turkey
Stuffing
Oyster Rockefeller
Oyster Stuffing
Prime Rib Roast

Ill figure the rest out tomorrow lol.
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I fockin forgot to bring cam to my uncles. I ate two mega big bowls of pho with tons of beef and meat balls. OMG that was sooo good...
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