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Tomorrow night we are having our Thanksgiving Dinner with the kids.
Unlike last weekend yours truly gets to do most of the work. Here's
what were having - turkey, cranberries, gravy, stuffing, niblet corn,
sweet potato, fancy mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie with real whipped
cream. As appetizers I'm planning oyster stuffed mushrooms and a crab
meat dip. Now the dip is called dip but I have no idea why since the
crab meat concoction must be cut with a knife and always served with
stone ground crackers. I hate rules when it comes to cooking!

The first of the kids arrive tonight so we are having the cheesy
cauliflower soup I already posted about. The pot of soup will be gone
in a flash! This will be served with fresh bread. There won't be any
dessert as we will be saving room for hot buttered - real butter-
popcorn during our Harry Potter marathon. Tomorrow will be a
munch-a-thon started off by frittata for breakfast then snacking and
finally the meal then likely more snacking.
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Default Big Dinner Tomorrow Night

Happy Thanksgiving to you, Patches. I hope it all goes well, but the
important part is you have family home. I hope you all have a
wonderful time.




On Fri, 14 Oct 2005 12:39:33 -0400, ~patches~
> wrote:

>Tomorrow night we are having our Thanksgiving Dinner with the kids.
>Unlike last weekend yours truly gets to do most of the work. Here's
>what were having - turkey, cranberries, gravy, stuffing, niblet corn,
>sweet potato, fancy mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie with real whipped
>cream. As appetizers I'm planning oyster stuffed mushrooms and a crab
>meat dip. Now the dip is called dip but I have no idea why since the
>crab meat concoction must be cut with a knife and always served with
>stone ground crackers. I hate rules when it comes to cooking!
>
>The first of the kids arrive tonight so we are having the cheesy
>cauliflower soup I already posted about. The pot of soup will be gone
>in a flash! This will be served with fresh bread. There won't be any
>dessert as we will be saving room for hot buttered - real butter-
>popcorn during our Harry Potter marathon. Tomorrow will be a
>munch-a-thon started off by frittata for breakfast then snacking and
>finally the meal then likely more snacking.


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