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    Turkey Day?

    Whatcha cooking on turkey day?
    We're thinking of doing another Prime Rib instead of turkey this year.
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    Are me a Don invited this time?

    I am not a turkey eater myself, we have the big dinner here with all of my wife's LARGE family, there is always a large ham cooked as well as a turkey so thats what I eat.
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    Same here Kenny. I am not a turkey fan either and have always cooked a ham for my self, I have also been known to share it.
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    Well, Giz, I ain't cooking anything. However, my wife will probably cook turkey for my daughter, son-in-law and grandson and grand daughter. My preference is beef, but I will suck it up for one day. I'm sure that the grandson will think of something to do with the 2320.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dieselshadow View Post
    Gizmo sharing? What gives? I wonder if the world is going to end soon or something...
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    Quote Originally Posted by DRobinson View Post
    Well, Giz, I ain't cooking anything. However, my wife will probably cook turkey for my daughter, son-in-law and grandson and grand daughter. My preference is beef, but I will suck it up for one day. I'm sure that the grandson will think of something to do with the 2320.
    All about family day.......and food.
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    well....I just found out my sons wife's brother and his boyfriend will be here......arrgghh.

    I will be outside watching the smoker....all day. I think turkey and ham does not go well with froot loops.
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    While the wife is with her family; I'll enjoy the peace and quiet of having the house to myself with a big bag of Orville Redenbacher popcorn.
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    I don't like turkey that much either but Thanksgiving is the day I eat it. I'm usually not trusted with the main course. Haven't figured out what I'll cook yet, probably mashed potatoes. I'll have to post that recipe because it's really good. Look for it later today / tonight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by rgd View Post
    well....I just found out my sons wife's brother and his boyfriend will be here......arrgghh.

    I will be outside watching the smoker....all day. I think turkey and ham does not go well with froot loops.
    That made me laugh but I feel your pain / disgust. Similar thing happened at our dinner several years ago and the food just doesn't taste the same for some reason.
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