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PostPosted: Wed Nov 15, 2017 11:17 am 
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Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and a biscuit. That's the power trio and their roadie right there.

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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Well then what is the answer?


Easter


Why?

For me either lamb chops or roast lamb makes the easter meal one of the year's best.


It's a complete waste of time. If someone cooks, we get ham :pukel: . If we go out, we get a shitty set menu where everything is overpriced or overcooked...or worse, a brunch buffet. All because the Romans killed an activist. Also, it's always a Sunday.

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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Turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes and a biscuit. That's the power trio and their roadie right there.


Turkey, Stuffing, and Mashed potatoes were the hookers Meatpants hired to try and get a 4 way going with The Biscuit. Thus the reason she's now an ex-wife.

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Thanksgiving is also a great time to celebrate the most dominating victory in American history over the American Indians.

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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thanksgivings won't be the same now...but i still love the 4 day weekend.

funny that everybody keeps mentioning the football. so many times, it's the worst football day of the year. MANY years of uninteresting games, blowouts, and the nightcap is always up against a family movie.

"wizard of oz" is a nice tradition though.

and of course...MST Turkey Day; but that's usually over by early evening.

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Best part of Thanksgiving food is the leftovers. A turkey melt sandwich with gravy poured over it is the best.

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Turkey is awesome.

I never knew there was so much Turkey hate.


How many years have you been posting here again???

You're right. I started seeing this a few years back.

I like Turkey. I eat it throughout the year, not just on Thanksgiving.


I buy turkey from the deli to make sandwiches. I don't hate turkey on Thanksgiving, I would just rather eat something else. If my wife insisted on a turkey, I wouldn't fight it.

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sjboyd0137 wrote:
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Well then what is the answer?


Easter


Why?

For me either lamb chops or roast lamb makes the easter meal one of the year's best.


It's a complete waste of time. If someone cooks, we get ham :pukel: . If we go out, we get a shitty set menu where everything is overpriced or overcooked...or worse, a brunch buffet. All because the Romans killed an activist. Also, it's always a Sunday.


:lol:

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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Chus wrote:
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Well then what is the answer?


Easter


Why?

For me either lamb chops or roast lamb makes the easter meal one of the year's best.


It's a complete waste of time. If someone cooks, we get ham :pukel: . If we go out, we get a shitty set menu where everything is overpriced or overcooked...or worse, a brunch buffet. All because the Romans killed an activist. Also, it's always a Sunday.


:lol:



:D

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Of course Easter food sucks. One of the courses is the DNA of Jesus! It's science!

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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Of course Easter food sucks. One of the courses is the DNA of Jesus! It's science!

:lol:

Man, I'd think the DNA of Jesus would be some sort of health code violation...

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It's really not Thanksgiving unless my dad and his sister end up in a drunken argument.

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Thanksgiving is also a great time to celebrate the most dominating victory in American history over the American Indians.
It's also a great time to see the Lions get their asses kicked.


Edit; Sorry, I didn't see Z mentioned the (mostly) bad football.

Its still part of the tradition to have football on the television during Thanksgiving. Even non-football fans seem to at least mildly enjoy it.

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Chus wrote:
rogers park bryan wrote:
Regular Reader wrote:
rogers park bryan wrote:
Turkey is awesome.

I never knew there was so much Turkey hate.


How many years have you been posting here again???

You're right. I started seeing this a few years back.

I like Turkey. I eat it throughout the year, not just on Thanksgiving.


I buy turkey from the deli to make sandwiches. I don't hate turkey on Thanksgiving, I would just rather eat something else. If my wife insisted on a turkey, I wouldn't fight it.


A few years ago I had to do 5 thanksgivings in a week span. In laws (Two homes), my family, a church thing and a school thing. Let me tell you, that was god awful and most of the turkey was horribly prepared and dry. I swear some of the turkeys had to be cooked a week before the meals it was like a dry version of turkey Jerky.. Hey, put some shit canned gravy on it, that will make it better. I like good turkey but yikes, my sister in law can't cook and my my mother in law has lost it. At least my brother has moved on from having turkey for Christmas/his birthday meal. That helped. A lot.


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It's really not Thanksgiving unless my dad and his sister end up in a drunken argument.

Same.

Was just saying that to my daughter yesterday.

She's like "who is Furious Styles?"


So she's grounded and writing a 5 page paper on Boyz n the Hood, now.

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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If you bash thanksgiving fixings you better come strapped. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, Mac and cheese, green bean casserole. Fight me. I'll go to war for my thanksgiving sides. :twisted:


Thanksgiving is easily the second most overrated holiday in terms of food.

No. Best holiday, both in terms of food and overall.

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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sjboyd0137 wrote:
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Well then what is the answer?


Easter


Why?

For me either lamb chops or roast lamb makes the easter meal one of the year's best.


It's a complete waste of time. If someone cooks, we get ham :pukel: . If we go out, we get a shitty set menu where everything is overpriced or overcooked...or worse, a brunch buffet. .....


Clearly you are doing it wrong. No canned ham. No going out for overpriced sunday buffets. EVER. Not just on easter. EVER.

Instead next Easter you volunteer to cook. Make this and thank me later: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/lamb/rac ... ipops.html

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a retard wrote:
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a retard wrote:
sjboyd0137 wrote:
a retard wrote:
Well then what is the answer?


Easter


Why?

For me either lamb chops or roast lamb makes the easter meal one of the year's best.


It's a complete waste of time. If someone cooks, we get ham :pukel: . If we go out, we get a shitty set menu where everything is overpriced or overcooked...or worse, a brunch buffet. .....


Clearly you are doing it wrong. No canned ham. No going out for overpriced sunday buffets. EVER. Not just on easter. EVER.

Instead next Easter you volunteer to cook. Make this and thank me later: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/lamb/rac ... ipops.html


Nah.

I'm good.

Easter is dumb.

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Clearly you are doing it wrong. No canned ham. No going out for overpriced sunday buffets. EVER. Not just on easter. EVER.

I'm sorry you're poor.

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Clearly you are doing it wrong. No canned ham. No going out for overpriced sunday buffets. EVER. Not just on easter. EVER.

I'm sorry you're poor.


I'm guessing not as sorry as I am.

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I like how one of Boyd's complaints was that "Easter is always on a Sunday" :lol:

That damn Independence Day! Always falls on the fourth!

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I like how one of Boyd's complaints was that "Easter is always on a Sunday" :lol:


No point to a "holiday" if it doesn't result in either a) a day off work, or b) is remotely enjoyable (i.e. Halloween, St Patrick's Day)

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a retard wrote:
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Well then what is the answer?


Easter


Why?

For me either lamb chops or roast lamb makes the easter meal one of the year's best.


It's a complete waste of time. If someone cooks, we get ham :pukel: . If we go out, we get a shitty set menu where everything is overpriced or overcooked...or worse, a brunch buffet. .....


Clearly you are doing it wrong. No canned ham. No going out for overpriced sunday buffets. EVER. Not just on easter. EVER.

Instead next Easter you volunteer to cook. Make this and thank me later: http://amazingribs.com/recipes/lamb/rac ... ipops.html



That sounds very good.

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We've fried a turkey twice, and I bought one from the local bar that specializes in smoked foods, I prefer the fried turkey of those two, but I will say it is even better when my wife makes one in the roaster. Stuffing inside and extra in the oven.

This will be an odd year, as my Mom is taking the train to DC to be with my sister, and my wife and kids are all heading to Milwaukee to be with MIL. I get to work Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday and Friday nights.

Looks like champagne and hookers for me!


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