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What's on Your Thanksgiving Plate?

ajqtrz

Chef - loquacious Old Dog
My Thanksgiving Dinner:

1) Beef and Cabbage Soup.
2) Baked Stuffed Cabbage
3) Red Cabbage Coleslaw
4) Water

And that, was it. I was alone in my home as my wife was traveling. I got some cabbages given to me and thought why not use them for my own, very strange but good, Thanksgiving dinner.

AJ
 

Yavimaya

Scroll-Keeper
Turkey, roll and butter, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes with melted marshmellows on top, black and green olives, stuffing, and other things I wouldn't eat. Big Italian family gathering. Sparkling grape juice.
 

Darielle

Chef, Scroll-Keeper, and Buddy Fan Club Member
Baked Salmon, cranberry sauce, scalloped potatoes, fresh rolls, yams and of course pumpkin pie. So except for the fact that I don't eat meat, I'm pretty traditional.
 

Lady Dastardly

Well-Known Member
Unfortunately, Covid stole my Thanksgiving plans, but not my sense of smell or taste. Husband and I opted for a roasted chicken with pan gravy, mashed potatoes and roasted carrots. Easy enough to make while not feeling great, but very satisfying.
 

quin629

Well-Known Member
Thanksgiving: ham, macaroni, crunchy carrots, crescent rolls. Just the 2 of us and limited time due to some other things we we had going on.
second day: ham, enormous baked sweet potatoes, homemade apple compote. Supposed to be leftover rolls but somebody ate them all.......
third day: ham, rice pilaf, baked beans

eternity can be defined as 2 people and a ham
 

ajqtrz

Chef - loquacious Old Dog
Thanksgiving: ham, macaroni, crunchy carrots, crescent rolls. Just the 2 of us and limited time due to some other things we we had going on.
second day: ham, enormous baked sweet potatoes, homemade apple compote. Supposed to be leftover rolls but somebody ate them all.......
third day: ham, rice pilaf, baked beans

eternity can be defined as 2 people and a ham

So, maybe the rule is: if it's more than one you can have a ham and/or turkey, less than two it's cabbage? LOL
 

Laochra

Well-Known Member
I was going to make a pumpkin poundcake, but was missing the key ingredient, so it became a quite tasty Maple Pound Cake. Hubby roasted a turkey, made baked mac & cheese, veggie casserole, debbiled eggs & collard greens. :cool:
 
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