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Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Yes - used to be in a big way but with the kids all grown and at their own places it is usually small doings.
If you do, what are your plans this year? Haven't made any yet.
Stuffing -- in or out of the bird? both - I make both kinds - this satisfies both sides of the family.
What are some of your favorite Thanksgiving dishes? sweet potato souffle, corn bread dressing, cranberry salad.
What's a favorite Thanksgiving memory? At my grandparent's house when I was a child. They would spread a huge table and we would so enjoy all the times together. Gramma used to make creamed onions and they were so good. Haven't had any in such a long time.
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Do you celebrate Thanksgiving? Yes, I do celebrate Thanksgiving.
If you do, what are your plans this year? This year is will just be my husband and myself and I believe we are going to go out. Have not made any real plans yet.
Stuffing -- in or out of the bird? Out of the bird.
What are some of your favorite Thanksgiving dishes? Cranberry salad, Pumpkin Cheese Cake, Turkey and Dressing, Baked beans.
What's a favorite Thanksgiving memory? After a wonderful Thanksgiving lunch growing up as a child we would always get together and play various kinds of board games , sometimes we would go to a movie.
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Do you celebrate Thanksgiving?
If you do, what are your plans this year?
Stuffing -- in or out of the bird?
What are some of your favorite Thanksgiving dishes?
What's a favorite Thanksgiving memory?
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