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Old 11-26-2013, 10:25 AM   #1
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Checking to see what your favorite dish is at Thanksgiving.

I like it all but really enjoy the stuffing- especially with gravy.......
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most everything my wife makes is good hard to chose one
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Oh yea, great topic!

I just pulled a pumpkin pie out of the oven and put the apple pie in. Next, my daughter and I are making the banana nut muffins.(she'* 7).


I'd have to go with Roy on this one. Pumpkin pie and stuffing are the top 2 dishes.

Tomorrow, I'm stuffin that bird!!
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My favorite hands down has always been a whole baked Smithfield Country Ham, they are expensive, and salty, but they are yummy, especially when you use brown sugar and pineapple when baking it, that juice left over goes great with the ham.
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Wait... you guys are talking about food, oops.
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Wait... you guys are talking about food, oops.

Ummm, no sir.

Just to remind the crowd exactly what it is we are talking about....


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Never been a fan of stuffing. Cold turkey sandwiches are my favorite, along with green bean casserole.
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Just to remind the crowd exactly what it is we are talking about....
That'* what I'm talking about, too. Turkey and gravy are my favorite.
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My favorite dish is the one in front of me, piled high with second helpings.
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