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12-01-2008 06:30 PM
jjseel Mesquite broiled Tenderloin Steaks (so good it brought tears to my eyes!) broccoli cassarole, and white chocolate bread pudding! mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm!!
12-01-2008 06:02 PM
87YJWrangler Real smashed potatoes with a bit of minced garlic mixed in with about a lb of real butter in 5lbs of potatoes with a little black pepper.



Okay my recipie for Mashed Potatoes if any were interested (prolly not but what the hell right?)

- 5lb bag of potatoes
- 2-3 TBS minced garlic
- 1lb of stick butter
- 1/2 to 1 cup of milk

Cube the potatoes to about the same size, boil, drain, mash add add butter and milk as mashing, after 3/4 or so mashed add the garlic and finish mashing. Serve hot off the stove or in crock pot at family functions. Black pepper is just a touch that is a optional thing.


PM me if you liked it or even if you added something else to it.
12-01-2008 08:54 AM
Bird Dog Sorry for the typo.

It was Bear from Maine and Beer from PA.
12-01-2008 08:51 AM
Bird Dog No turkey at my house.

We had bear.

At Storm King stout.
11-28-2008 05:16 PM
chezuki My favorite is the tamales I make with the leftover turkey.
11-28-2008 08:50 AM
JCS05Rubi x2 on grandma's recipe stuffing.

Pumpkin pie slice with and apple pie slice on top. Mmmmmmm Pie.......

Can't forget the homemade warm squishy cookies too
11-28-2008 07:08 AM
jgano23 mashed potatoes & gravy!
11-27-2008 10:27 PM
AzTJ Mashed potatoes with gravy and corn mixed in then slathered on a buttered baked wheat role.
11-27-2008 08:00 PM
4point Yup, the favorite is still turkey. I BBQ'd on the kettle Weber and used Mesquite chips for a little extra flavor.
11-27-2008 07:11 PM
stevens243 If anyone actually ate all that, they'd be in the Guinness book of records...
11-27-2008 06:35 PM
distortedtj
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I would have to say my favorite is Slow Roasted Guinness with a side of Guinness smothered in Guinness gravy and a dollop of Guinnessberry Sauce.

You forgot the Guinness Pie for desert.
11-27-2008 03:17 PM
ccain I would have to say my favorite is Slow Roasted Guinness with a side of Guinness smothered in Guinness gravy and a dollop of Guinnessberry Sauce.
11-27-2008 02:11 PM
4point
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Jupiterboy will forever be known as JiB now.
I missed the thread where we got to rename him.
11-27-2008 01:01 PM
tiny terror
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Originally Posted by amy View Post
That sounds good, JB.
Jupiterboy will forever be known as JiB now.
11-27-2008 12:41 PM
jupiterboy Full disclosure:

Plainville Farms turkey, roasted sweet potato salad with warm chutney dressing, escarole salad with oranges and avocados, and Torrevillar Garnacha 2005.

Can't talk. Bliss. Play Halo drunk FTW. Get case of this wine for sure.
11-27-2008 11:06 AM
OR jeeper Turkey, of course. I'm going to have to try frying one some day...
11-26-2008 10:52 PM
amy That sounds good, JB.
11-26-2008 10:47 PM
jupiterboy FWIW, Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Warm Chutney Dressing.

Roasted Sweet Potato Salad with Warm Chutney Dressing Recipe : : Food Network
11-26-2008 10:31 PM
amy The sweet potatoes, cooked with butter and brown sugar, are my favorite.
11-26-2008 10:21 PM
ExDementia I don't like any thanksgiving food but the turkey. I hate stuffing, can't stand cranberries, and gravy just ruins potatoes...

This year were having tri tip
11-26-2008 10:03 PM
distortedtj MMMMMMMMMMM... sweet potato pie. YUM!


"""cartman voice"""..... I want my PIE !!!!
11-26-2008 09:58 PM
jupiterboy We make some crazy sweet potato dish with pepitos, dry cranberries, mango chutney, and a bunch of other stuff. Sounds awful but it is really fantastic.
11-26-2008 09:28 PM
distortedtj
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Originally Posted by orange05tj View Post
stuffing drenched with cranberry sauce
All goes to the same place right?

That is a different combo but if thats what taste good to you cool beans.
11-26-2008 09:25 PM
orange05tj stuffing drenched with cranberry sauce
11-26-2008 08:55 PM
02Prove Grandma's dressing... hands down.
11-26-2008 08:17 PM
distortedtj Haven't hand it cooked up like that. Sounds tasty.
11-26-2008 08:07 PM
tiny terror We had our turkey today so we could head to the beach tomorrow.... and I have to say, Cain put a boat of beer inside the turkey and the turkey was perfect.
11-26-2008 08:02 PM
distortedtj
Favorite turkey day food???

I'm bored and will be working alot the next couple days with not alot to do.

SO.....

Whats your favorite food or dish on the great TURKEY DAY! ???


Me I like the fried turkey the best. Is good and juicy. NOM NOM

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