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Old 10-08-2007, 01:49 PM   #1
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Bah...we're making a veggie bake (which, btw is freakin awesome) as a part of the second thanksgiving meal I will be enjoying with my girlfriends' side of the family today.

Anyway, one of the steps is to boil the carrots, broccoli and cauliflower before its baked with cream of mushroom soup, shredded cheese and breadcrumbs. I dunno, but cooked cauliflower emits a terrible stink

...off to Febreeze and light every scented candle I own

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MMMMM. Sounds delicious.

We are having porcupine meatballs, mashed potatoes, corn, wheat toast, and pop for dinner today for dinner. Yum.
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Euh, it tastes better then it smells (at least before it bakes anyway)

Off to do dishes!!
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That does sound good to eat, but I know what you mean about the smell. Cabbage is similar. My wife makes a dish called fried cabbage, which isn't really fried and includes meat and other vegetables, and tastes delicious. However, while she'* originally cooking the cabbage, it'* nasty smelling.

Enjoy your Thanksgiving.
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Bah...we're making a veggie bake (which, btw is freakin awesome) as a part of the second thanksgiving meal I will be enjoying with my girlfriends' side of the family today.

Anyway, one of the steps is to boil the carrots, broccoli and cauliflower before its baked with cream of mushroom soup, shredded cheese and breadcrumbs. I dunno, but cooked cauliflower emits a terrible stink

...off to Febreeze and light every scented candle I own

/randomness
I don't see any meat listed in there.....
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awesome, my apartment smells like burnt plastic
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Is vegetarian Thanksgiving in October?

EDIT: OH, my mistake...CANUCK T'giving.
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sounds good jim.... save me some..

we are having plain old turkey.. with all the trimmings..
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tsk tsk...that was just a side dish! Of course we had turkey and the usual trimmings! This veggie bake is one of the "trimmings"
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Default Re: Blargh---It smells like cooked cauliflower in here...

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...off to Febreeze



I bought one of the Febreeze candles. works really well.
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