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RAVENGIRL103's Photo RAVENGIRL103 Posts: 617
11/29/09 11:37 A

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My Mom made a turkey for the land animal eaters but had salmon for us(Hubby,bro,and I). It's nice to have support from family members. :)

Edited by: RAVENGIRL103 at: 11/29/2009 (11:38)
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CALLIOPEDAK's Photo CALLIOPEDAK Posts: 3,242
11/20/09 9:10 P

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My mom's been googling recipes for scalloped oysters. I guess my dad's mom used to make them for T-day some 45 years ago, and she's suddenly got the urge to try them again now that most of the family has gotten to like oysters.

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11/18/09 11:07 P

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We will have turkey for the meat eaters but the vegetarians will have plenty of other food. I have not tried the fake turkeys. Several of my meat eating family members really prefer my squash dressing or my dressing made with veggie broth over the usual dressing with chicken and chicken broth.
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CALLIOPEDAK's Photo CALLIOPEDAK Posts: 3,242
11/18/09 4:22 P

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Ditto. I've done "fake turkey" a couple of times, and a couple aren't bad at all, but with all that great food on the table, who wants to waste the tummy room on not bad?

A couple of things to think about -- either make all or some dressing with No Chicken Broth. It should be in the stores with the other organic broths.

Mac & cheese has been part of our T-day dinner since my niece got a vote back in her toddler days. I'm in charge of making that and I always make a really nice version from scratch. Emril, Martha Stewart versions have been tried. This year I'm trying Paula Dean's although I thought the Martha Stewart recipe was wonderful.


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11/18/09 7:47 A

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same here, I make a small stuffed turkey breast for the turkey eaters and everything else is vegetarian, plenty to eat and it still feels right.

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LINDAJOYWK's Photo LINDAJOYWK Posts: 5,487
11/17/09 12:56 P

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WE WILL HAVE THE TRADIONAL THANKSGIVING-I WILL
JUST BE THE ONLY ONE NOT EATING TURKEY-IT'S OK-THERE'S ENOUGH OTHER STUFF!-lINDA

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11/17/09 12:39 P

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Is anyone doing a turkeyless thanksgiving dinner? My family is doing the traditional turkey dinner, but my mom has asked if I want to add some nonmeat things. Was wondering what others are having?

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