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#31 Kash  OFFLINE  

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Posted Nov 20, 2018 - 5:44 am

Scratch the Apple pie I listed.....DD21 is making a homemade cheese cake :) Yahoo!!!! I love her cheesecakes!



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Posted Nov 20, 2018 - 5:47 am

My stepdad said last night he wanted a cherry pie.  I think he was being silly, because we never have cherry pie, and when I said I didn't know how to make that, he smiled and said I know.  But, I might try to make one now just because!  :)  I have never actually made any pie, so we'll see!



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Posted Nov 21, 2018 - 2:23 am

It's almost Thanksgiving ...

 

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Posted Nov 21, 2018 - 2:53 am

My parents stove died a few weeks ago so I’m hosting thanksgiving. I agreed on the condition that everyone share the work load as I’m not much of a cook. My husband and I are responsible for the turkey, stuffing, maple/bacon brussel sprouts and the ham (my dad and sister are allergic to turkey oddly enough). My mom is bringing apple pie and sweet potatoes. And my sister is bringing green beans and homemade rolls. There are only 6 of us total so we should be good with that.

Edited by budgetsRsexy, Nov 21, 2018 - 2:54 am.


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Posted Nov 21, 2018 - 9:35 am

We're doing our meal tonight, so I'm on the forum in the calm before the storm...

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Posted Nov 21, 2018 - 11:09 am

My parents stove died a few weeks ago so I’m hosting thanksgiving. I agreed on the condition that everyone share the work load as I’m not much of a cook. My husband and I are responsible for the turkey, stuffing, maple/bacon brussel sprouts and the ham (my dad and sister are allergic to turkey oddly enough). My mom is bringing apple pie and sweet potatoes. And my sister is bringing green beans and homemade rolls. There are only 6 of us total so we should be good with that.

Homemade rolls. I have to call my mom and ask her about these........


My stepdad said last night he wanted a cherry pie.  I think he was being silly, because we never have cherry pie, and when I said I didn't know how to make that, he smiled and said I know.  But, I might try to make one now just because!  :)  I have never actually made any pie, so we'll see!

This one is not to hard. If you get the crust right then everything else is a snap. Just taste before pouring it in. 



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Posted Nov 21, 2018 - 2:17 pm

See, I don't know how to do crust. And I went to the store today, couldn't find a frozen or refrigerated one. So guess no cherry pie after all. Oh well.

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Posted Nov 21, 2018 - 8:51 pm

Turkey
Mashed potatoes
Sweet potato casserole
BBQ green beans
Kings Hawaiian rolls
sweet chili meatballs
Deviled eggs
Cheesecake
Pecan pie
Turtle pie

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Posted Nov 22, 2018 - 8:50 am

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Posted Nov 22, 2018 - 2:02 pm

We ended up with
Turkey
Ham
Dressing
Mac n cheese
Rice
sweet potato casserole
pineapple casserole
green bean casserole
cranberry sauce
rolls
pumpkin pie and cherry dump cake with vanilla ice cream
Punch

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Posted Nov 22, 2018 - 7:12 pm

Well I missed a lot of stuff on my list but my stomach found all of it. 



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Posted Nov 26, 2018 - 8:29 am

Dad and I had a great time in Frankenmuth. We ended up at Zehnder's and did their buffet style. Lots of yummy options on the buffet to be had, including a variety of meats: turkey, roast beef, fried chicken (because Frankenmuth), salmon, fried shrimp, and stuffed pork roast. Sides were traditional and plentiful. Dad had blueberry pie for dessert and I went for the traditional pumpkin. We left with full bellies and a thought that we may do it again in future years. 


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Posted Nov 26, 2018 - 8:35 am

Dad and I had a great time in Frankenmuth. We ended up at Zehnder's and did their buffet style. Lots of yummy options on the buffet to be had, including a variety of meats: turkey, roast beef, fried chicken (because Frankenmuth), salmon, fried shrimp, and stuffed pork roast. Sides were traditional and plentiful. Dad had blueberry pie for dessert and I went for the traditional pumpkin. We left with full bellies and a thought that we may do it again in future years. 

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