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    Re: Holiday Meals

    I don't know if "icing" is strictly Southern, but it's what we say here.
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    Re: Holiday Meals

    on the other hand, the crispy turkey scallion pancakes with hoisin cranberry sauce that Sandra Lee made sound yummy!
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    Re: Holiday Meals

    icing...
    Maybe that pie was cooked for those people who pile everything together on their plate during the holiday meals. Or...do I want Pie or pudding???
    There is nothing better than a nice warm Banana Pudding or slice of Pumpkin Pie...individually for me.

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    Re: Holiday Meals

    I love both banana cream and pumpkin pie, but I really don't think combining them would be very appetizing.
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    Re: Holiday Meals

    Yuck on the pie. I'm not overly fond of pumpkin pie. I like pumpkin everything else, just not pie. And because of a bad incident in my past, the only banana flavored anything I eat is a banana or banana bread.

    Holiday meal from Publix that serves 7-10. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatos, cranberry orange relish, gravy, rolls and apple cobbler for $39.99. I can't make it for that. We had it last year and it was good. You can also order extra sides like sweet potato casserole and green bean casserole. Still, worth it as I can't buy the ingredients for that.
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    Re: Holiday Meals

    Stuffing - in or out

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    Re: Holiday Meals

    Stuffing is for birds, dressing is for salads, but I use frosting AND icing... I think I use icing more for thinner toppings and frosting for the fluffier, thicker toppings.

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    Re: Holiday Meals

    "Glaze" for the thinner sort of sweet topping, either "icing" or "frosting" for the thick stuff.

    (My family always said "frosting." It was always the thick stuff, as, I swear, my family didn't acknowledge the existence of thin. As my idiolect evolved, however, I started using both words depending on my audience. Then, as I learned more about baking, "glaze" entered my active vocabulary.)
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    Re: Holiday Meals

    Speaking of prepared Thanksgiving dishes, I just got the latest Trader Joe's flyer and they have several sides that look really good. I may just suggest that for our downsized dinner this year. The maple roasted sweet potatoes sound especially good. So does the Brussels sprouts au gratin. I'm all for anything that saves some time!
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    Re: Holiday Meals

    Quote Originally Posted by myrosiedog;4105617;
    Yuck on the pie. I'm not overly fond of pumpkin pie. I like pumpkin everything else, just not pie. And because of a bad incident in my past, the only banana flavored anything I eat is a banana or banana bread.

    Holiday meal from Publix that serves 7-10. Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatos, cranberry orange relish, gravy, rolls and apple cobbler for $39.99. I can't make it for that. We had it last year and it was good. You can also order extra sides like sweet potato casserole and green bean casserole. Still, worth it as I can't buy the ingredients for that.
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