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    FORT Fogey nausicaa's Avatar
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    Hmm...in this kind of weather, I would really enjoy a warm bowl of acorn or butternut squash soup with heavy cream, served with good bread.

    It would totally fit with a Thanksgiving menu, too. And heck, we could even make it vegetarian by substituting chicken stock for some vegetable broth. Wouldn't hurt the taste one bit.

    Yum...

    ETA: Deep-fried turkey??! Oh well - guess I'd better call my cardiologist right now.

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    I have to go cook now; all this food talk is making me salivate (literally; I feel like Pavlov's dog!) :slobber
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    stargazer, I loved that poem. I remember sitting at the kids' table, but I never threw a fit. What was neat about our kids' table is that we were all about the same age and we all agreed that sitting at the kids' table was lame...which basically meant we all agreed we were lame, I don't know it's still confusing me to this day.

    Well, at least we ate the same food as the big folks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zaius
    stargazer, I loved that poem. I remember sitting at the kids' table, but I never threw a fit. What was neat about our kids' table is that we were all about the same age and we all agreed that sitting at the kids' table was lame...which basically meant we all agreed we were lame, I don't know it's still confusing me to this day.

    Well, at least we ate the same food as the big folks.
    Yeah, the end of the poem was a little lame imo. The beginning brought back a lot of memories though. It's funny, my cousins and I were all about the same age and my Grandma kept setting a separate table for us *even after some of us were married!* Finally, when we started to outnumber the 'adult' table, my Grandma must have realized that most of us were in our twenties and would probably like to join the 'big' people. Did I mention my grandma is a little loopy?
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    Quote Originally Posted by chirospasm
    I'll bring 'em; I always stuff myself on them too, Jewelsy!

    Here you go (you'll have to fight me for them!)

    Oh nummers. Thanks chiro, and I'll share
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    that deep fried turkey looks insanely good..

    too bad I have to wait a good 11 months till next thanksgiving

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    Star - what a great idea. This is turning into a drool thread! Keep the food coming! I always do the pies - and I make sure everyone has at least one whole pie to take home - so put in your orders early. I do make killer pie crust, if I do say so myself!

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    Have you every tried pumpkin cheese cake? It's very good. I'm bring enough for everyone.

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    what we do here at my house is cook cornish game hens, that way the wife and I can enjoy a little bird for thanksgiving and not have left overs till x-mas. I cook a mushroom stuffing for emeril live and it's great. but we are going to have a short one and then she is off to a agility trial.All alone for the weekend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by eldee
    Have you every tried pumpkin cheese cake? It's very good. I'm bring enough for everyone.
    OH MY GOD, I LOVE PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE! That's my favorite flavor of all time. You might want to bring extra, Eldee, because I'm liable to finish off a whole one by myself!
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