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Stick a Fork in It - It's Thanksgiving!
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So now, with the holidays coming up it's time to give us more of your holiday recipes! Have you got a special way of roasting, frying or bbq'ing a turkey? Or do you do ham instead? What about something non-traditional? (I've done lasagna before). Which types of pies do you make? Do you have yams? Do you candy them? Do you do something else special? Tell us all about your typical holiday!
Featured by: kramer at 11/06/09 9:05PM
| Closed on 11/25/09 at 05:00PM
FanIQ Pts? No | Locker Room, Food | Multiple Choice Opinion Poll
Teams:  Food | Holiday
36 Fans 
 1. What kind of main course do you do for Thanksgiving? (0 points)
61%a. Turkey
6%b. Ham
14%c. Both
0%d. Something different (tell us!)
11%e. I go elsewhere and have what they're having
3%f. I don't do Thanksgiving
6%g. Other (tell us!)
 2. What type of sides do you serve? (0 points)
47%a. Traditional (tell us!)
19%b. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)
0%c. All my dinner is crazy! (tell us!)
14%d. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having
3%e. I don't do Thanksgiving
17%f. Other (tell us!)
 3. Dessert...gotta have it. What do you serve? (0 points)
67%a. Pies (what kind?)
3%b. Cake (what kind?)
0%c. Sweet Pumpkin Treats (tell us!)
0%d. CHEESECAKE!
3%e. PUMPKIN CHEESECAKE!
3%f. I don't do Thanksgiving
25%g. Other (tell us!)
 4. Holiday activities - what do you do? (0 points)
28%a. Are you new? It's football on the tube at MY house!
3%b. We watch movies at our place
0%c. We eat and then go out to the movies
17%d. Go to family's place and watch some ball
0%e. Go to family's place and watch movies
33%f. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...
3%g. I don't do Thanskgiving
17%h. Other (tell us!)
 5. Do you go out shopping the day after Thanksgiving? (0 points)
8%a. YES! The sales are AWESOME! 4am for me, baby!
61%b. Heck no, are you NUTS?!
6%c. Sometimes, if I'm knocked in the head and dragged out of the house
8%d. Sometimes, if I'm bored I will
11%e. I catch the sales online now (they do that, ya know)
6%f. Other (tell us!)
 6. NOW - Share a recipe or four, will ya? (0 points)
33%a. Sure! You might like this...
8%b. Uhm, I don't really cook much but I'll nab some of the recipes posted here
19%c. I might post something if I think of one
11%d. I might use one if something looks good
28%e. Other

 &nbp;
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#3 | 1720 days ago
18packabs (+)

Did Swanson's stop making Holiday Meals????
1. I don't do Thanksgiving  2. I don't do Thanksgiving  3. I don't do Thanksgiving  4. I don't do Thanskgiving  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Other   
  
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#1 | 1720 days ago
bmcannon1 (+)

Fried Chittlens and Pig Feet.
#2 | 1720 days ago

Something tells me you're a fan of cheesecake...
1. Both  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Sometimes, if I'm bored I will  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#3 | 1720 days ago
18packabs (+)

Did Swanson's stop making Holiday Meals????
1. I don't do Thanksgiving  2. I don't do Thanksgiving  3. I don't do Thanksgiving  4. I don't do Thanskgiving  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Other   
#4 | 1720 days ago

Chief_aka_James wrote:
Something tells me you're a fan of cheesecake...
lol actually I'm not huge on cheesecake but almost everyone else I know is, which is why we usually have one at our Thanksgiving parties. There is ONE cheesecake I have at least one time every year, and that's Olive Garden's Pumpkin Caramel Cheesecake...which I can't make because I'm culinarily challenged (is that a term?)
1. Both  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#5 | 1720 days ago

Thanksgiving is a day for FAMILY...while Christmas is a "family" holicay, there is usually a lot of hustle and bustle with the presents, etc...Thanksgiving is aboutthe food, fun, and FAMILY.  I'll share a recipe....did this last year for "appetizers" at Thanksgiving, but it's good for ANY time.  Perdue Frozen Chicken wings...put em on a baking sheet...pour SOY SAUCE(yes....SOY SAUCE) over them.  Add a little water to the pan...cook one side at 450 for 30-35 minutes...then flip em over and add more soy sauce..a little water...another 30-35 minutes.  They don't really TASTE like soy sauce...but people think u have some special sauce.  These can be used for appetizers...or when watching Super Bowl or other things....
1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#6 | 1720 days ago

Jess wrote:
lol actually I'm not huge on cheesecake but almost everyone else I know is, which is why we usually have one at our Thanksgiving parties. There is ONE cheesecake I have at least one time every year, and that's Olive Garden's Pumpkin Caramel Cheesecake...which I can't make because I'm culinarily challenged (is that a term?)
Yes, that is a term. My sister has it as well, but in the most severe of ways. Once she called me multiple times while I was in class for an emergency, I get up and out of the room to call her back, and she needed to know how to nuke a hotdog. So yea, I kinda want to learn more about a "culinary gene" and how it differs from person to person...
1. Both  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Sometimes, if I'm bored I will  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#7 | 1720 days ago

There's usually a tourtiere (meat pie) involved in my family. I wish i knew a recipe to share, but you don't want me tellin' ya how to bake meat.
1. Both  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Sometimes, if I'm bored I will  6. I might post something if I think of one  
#8 | 1720 days ago

2. Mac & Cheese - My special recipe = No rhyme or reason but it's the best! / Cheese Ball*
3. Sweet Potato - Again, my recipe that I never wrote down. The are the best too!
AND Chocolate Chip cookies & Brownies from scratch.

Considering I cook once a year, here is what a "recipe" looks like to me:

*Recipe to share:
Cream Cheese
Lemon Juice
Horseradish sauce
Tuna/Chicken (the canned stuff)
Paprika
How much of each? I have NO idea. Just mix it up and eat it after you drink a few beers.
1. Turkey  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Are you new? It's football on the tube at MY house!  5. YES! The sales are AWESOME! 4am for me, baby!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#9 | 1720 days ago

When my husband's not on duty, we do a big dinner at our place. We invite everyone from wherever we're stationed, with their families if they have them and have a potluck. I usually do a lasagna, two pumpkin pies, and I always make a green bean casserole because I don't like cream of mushroom soup (I use cream of chicken instead). I also make my homemade salsa and have all sorts of chips and a veggie tray. Usually we have someone we're sure is coming bring the turkey and/or ham, stuffing, and then everyone else can bring whatever types of food they want. It always ends up being really delicious, fattening, and fun. We alternate lazing around eating and watching football with actually going outside and playing a game amongst ourselves and one with the kids.

When he is on duty, we eat down at the station with everyone. The food's usually decent; they deep fry a turkey, which I could probably never do. I still make my own green bean casserole though ;)
1. Both  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#10 | 1720 days ago

(Edited by Jess)
Raven73 wrote:
2. Mac & Cheese - My special recipe = No rhyme or reason but it's the best! / Cheese Ball*
3. Sweet Potato - Again, my recipe that I never wrote down. The are the best too!
AND Chocolate Chip cookies & Brownies from scratch.

Considering I cook once a year, here is what a "recipe" looks like to me:

*Recipe to share:
Cream Cheese
Lemon Juice
Horseradish sauce
Tuna/Chicken (the canned stuff)
Paprika
How much of each? I have NO idea. Just mix it up and eat it after you drink a few beers.
LOL I had to give you a Respect for that - I think it sounds good (maybe?)...but you made me giggle ;)
1. Both  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#11 | 1720 days ago

We are kinda traditional (I think anyway).  I only do Turkey because I am not supposed to eat ham nor is my husband and I love turkey.  My mother would always do turkey for me at Thanksgiving and I would tolerate ham at Christmas.  Called it a trade-off.  Now I just can't eat the ham.  I make cherry and pumpkin pie and if I have blackberries, I make a blackberry cobbler which is my favorite.  Yes, I make them from scratch except the pumpkin, I use canned.  A lot of people think I'm nuts because when I make my gravy from the turkey drippings, I put in the usual stuff plus chopped onions and diced boiled eggs.  My Mama and Grandma always did and I do.  It really adds a great flavor to the gravy.

If the family is together (which isn't often anymore since we live all over the place) I make cookies and snacks for the grandkids (my kids still snitch a bunch of them too).  I have to have mac and cheese because if I didn't they would kill me.  Then of course, we have to have FOOTBALL!!!
1. Turkey  2. Other (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. I might post something if I think of one  
#12 | 1720 days ago

Thanksgiving for me is usually watch the Lions lose, start watching the Cowboys and eat dinner with the TV still in view (eat at dining room table for this), go back into the living room to watch the rest of the Cowboys game, eat some of my mother's amazing pumpkin log for desert, and let the tryptophan kick in while watching the 3rd game.
1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Are you new? It's football on the tube at MY house!  5. Sometimes, if I'm knocked in the head and dragged out of the house  6. I might post something if I think of one  
#13 | 1720 days ago

Family. Friends. Celebration. All in one day.
#14 | 1720 days ago

1.  Turkey, prefer deep fat fried, I like the wing and a little breast meat please.
2.  Traditional, I think...  Mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, relish tray (pickles (4 kinds), radishes, olives (2 kinds), stuffed celery, carrot sticks, pickeled beets), yams, stuffing, cranberry sauce (more detail below) and dinner rolls
3.  Pumkin and Apple pies  (sometimes people bring over pie made from Rhubarb, they don't get invited back the next year....)
4.  Yeah, f. says it all pretty much. 
5.  I did that once, up at 4:00 am, flyers and a list in hand.  Never. again.  ever!
6.  Well, the relish tray (see #2) is my specialty.  I'm also good at salty snacks and carbonated beverages.  Pretzels and nuts, bud light and amber bock. 

But the one thing I have to do, to make sure it makes it to the table, is the cranberry sauce.  People try to get all cutesy and fancy with the cranberries, using real berries and chopping other crap to put in there.  Then serving it up on a pretty platter...  I say bs to that, take your salad and your rhubarb pie and go sit in the other room with that schtuff.

Anyway, the way to serve cranberry sauce is right out of the can.  Don't cut it up, let your guests do that, the ridges from the can make great marks for slicing.  Perfection!  The way nature intended it.



mmmm, that's the way you do it. 

Not sure if that helps you with your recipe book Jess, but that's all I got...
1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#15 | 1719 days ago

Turkey I buy it mom has the oven. Cheesecake never tried it till recently thanks goodness! It is awesome but it leaves pounds on the hiney! Instead I love sweet tators which I have not tried till recently, something about cheese and cake sounded yucky. Sweet and tators sounded un - country but moms are awesome! I will come back with a recipe after I get my cookbook we put together when I worked in a drapery factory!  
I just gave a respect without hitting it! It is magic! 
1. Turkey  2. Other (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Other (tell us!)  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#16 | 1719 days ago

Heck yea - I prefer the canned cranberries myself!

Actually one year one of our friends (a single military guy, no less) brought the Turkey. That sucker was beautiful and delicious! I swear he must have had someone come over and cook it for him before he came over. Anyway it had fresh whole cranberries garnishing it, with rosemary sprigs etc. He said he baked it with the cranberries...and then we used those to make the sauce. It was amazing. But...I'm lazy, and the canned are pretty good too.
1. Both  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#17 | 1719 days ago

1 (6 oz.) pkg. Strawberry Jello
1 (13 1/2 oz.) can crushed pineapple
1 (2 oz.) pkg. frozen strawberry's
1 (1 lb.) can Whole cranberry sauce
1 (8 oz.) pkg. cream cheese, softened
1/2 c. chopped pecans

Mix jello by instructions, throw the rest in stir and let it set up at least over night.
Best if you use the whole cranberries and crush em. This also lets you get rid of the stress of husband watching TV and not helping! Do not double recipe make as directed and mix together for best results.
1. Turkey  2. Other (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Other (tell us!)  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#18 | 1719 days ago

I stopped cooking Thanksgiving dinner when i turned 62 and retired.  I used to cook it for my family every year and we would eat about 5 or 6pm and afterwards all the kids mine and my neices and nephews would decorated my Christmas Tree.  The men watched football  and the  females washed the dishes.   me and my sister and the kids  did  the tree.  I think we had the most fun.  We always had a traditional dinner.  Turkey and all the fixings.
1. I go elsewhere and have what they're having  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Other (tell us!)  5. I catch the sales online now (they do that, ya know)  6. I might use one if something looks good  
#19 | 1719 days ago

I do the Turkey !!!!! Roast is done for christmas....perogies and gnocchi, and a macoroni salad from her(my wifes) side of the clan....i taught her how to do a rice dressing, deviled eggs and a three beans salad...and rolls cant forget the rolls.. the usual pies pumkpkin,apple,cherry one year i tried my hand at a new salad with broccoli and califlower and almonds and raisins.Man that was off the hook.oh and i make a cheese and cracker platter. one jar of dried beef, dice that up real small and cream and mix that togather and slather that on a cracker of your choice...... my ex wife had a aunt that would have spaghetti and chicken togather.......how could you foul up a fowl like that,,,,just wrong..... and of course dressing. my wife does that one...back home in louisiana my sister and her family is having duck this year for dinner.....what ever floats your boat  or you canoe....HAPPY THANSGIVING EVERY ONE
1. Turkey  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#20 | 1719 days ago

Depends on which Thanksgiving we're talking about here ... I celebrate regular old Thanksgiving with my family and I don't have to cook a thing (THAT'S what I'm thankful for!).  We all hang out, eat like ravenous beasts, then watch some football and talk (anyone who has met my family knows that "talk" translates into argue and give each other *usually* good-natured ribbings all night long).
The other Thanksgiving dinner is what we lovingly (and officially) call "J's Annual Big Gay Thanksgiving"   and that's pot-luck.  It's my own Thanksgiving dinner at my place where I invite mostly my close gay friends that have nowhere to go for Thanksgiving.  Most of them either have no family nearby or were not welcome at their family event because they're gay (yeah, people still do that ... even in my area).  So I have my own dinner and we celebrate, usually the weekend after or before, depending on everyone's schedule. Other straight friends come too (if they have nowhere to go ... can't invite everyone, my place is NOT that big!), but it started out for those whose families put them out and wouldn't invite them to Thanksgiving. 
1. I go elsewhere and have what they're having  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Other (tell us!)  6. Other   
#21 | 1719 days ago

We aren't doing a dinner this year at home. As it is, we have to travel to two different T-day dinners on the same day.

I sure miss having leftovers. ~Sighs~
1. I go elsewhere and have what they're having  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. I might post something if I think of one  
#22 | 1719 days ago

I'm a bachelor and I live to far from my family to go home for a day or two. So I spend with my dog. But I do have a few recipes.
1. Main Course= Wings and pizza with a Budlight!
2.Side Dishes=Ranch for my Wings and a few shots of GoldSlogger. (GoatSlobber-Courtesy of carrie1970)
3.Dessert=More Budlight and a few more shots of Southern Comfort.
4.Activities=Football, a nap, eat some more, keep on drinking, nap again, drink more beer!
5.Do I go shopping= Hell yea, I'm out of beer!
6.Special Recipe=One Bourban, One Scotch, One Beer!!!
Y'all have a great Holiday!!
1. Other (tell us!)  2. Other (tell us!)  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Other (tell us!)  5. YES! The sales are AWESOME! 4am for me, baby!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#23 | 1719 days ago

We buy one of those prepackaged deals at the grocery store and heat it up so it's not as much mess.
1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Other   
#24 | 1719 days ago
american_sherrybaby (+)

All traditional.
I have my kids here from college and any friends they may bring in, there is an endless flow of friends and family all day long. We watch football and play softball if its warm enough.
Turkey and Ham
Southern Cornbread dressing
Mashed potato's and gravy
Peas, corn, green beans
Cole Slaw
Waldorf salad
Cranberry sauce
Yeast Rolls 
Red Velvet Cake
Georgia Pecan Pie
Pumpkin Pie
Sweet Tea
I make veggie trays and cheese balls and several candies.
1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. I might post something if I think of one  
#25 | 1719 days ago
ChristiSunshine (+)

janet011685 wrote:
Depends on which Thanksgiving we're talking about here ... I celebrate regular old Thanksgiving with my family and I don't have to cook a thing (THAT'S what I'm thankful for!).  We all hang out, eat like ravenous beasts, then watch some football and talk (anyone who has met my family knows that "talk" translates into argue and give each other *usually* good-natured ribbings all night long).
The other Thanksgiving dinner is what we lovingly (and officially) call "J's Annual Big Gay Thanksgiving"   and that's pot-luck.  It's my own Thanksgiving dinner at my place where I invite mostly my close gay friends that have nowhere to go for Thanksgiving.  Most of them either have no family nearby or were not welcome at their family event because they're gay (yeah, people still do that ... even in my area).  So I have my own dinner and we celebrate, usually the weekend after or before, depending on everyone's schedule. Other straight friends come too (if they have nowhere to go ... can't invite everyone, my place is NOT that big!), but it started out for those whose families put them out and wouldn't invite them to Thanksgiving. 
 I'll be back to share the recipe.  And I have some gay friends I've been known to share Thanksgiving with as well.  Good times, good times.  I have to watch how I dress or else...
1. Both  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#26 | 1718 days ago
american_sherrybaby (+)

Thanksgiving dinners take eighteen hours to prepare.  They are consumed in twelve minutes.  Half-times take twelve minutes.  This is not coincidence.
1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. I might post something if I think of one  
#27 | 1712 days ago
I_GARDNER (+)

Turkey with stuffing, Cranberry Sauce and Traditional Newfie Jigs Dinner

Salt Beef and Potatoes, Carrots, Rutabaga, Parsnips, Cabbage
Gravy

Lots of Homemade Wine
Lemon Meringue Pie

Too Busy Recuperating the next day!
1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Are you new? It's football on the tube at MY house!  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Other   
#28 | 1711 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

janet011685 wrote:
Depends on which Thanksgiving we're talking about here ... I celebrate regular old Thanksgiving with my family and I don't have to cook a thing (THAT'S what I'm thankful for!).  We all hang out, eat like ravenous beasts, then watch some football and talk (anyone who has met my family knows that "talk" translates into argue and give each other *usually* good-natured ribbings all night long).
The other Thanksgiving dinner is what we lovingly (and officially) call "J's Annual Big Gay Thanksgiving"   and that's pot-luck.  It's my own Thanksgiving dinner at my place where I invite mostly my close gay friends that have nowhere to go for Thanksgiving.  Most of them either have no family nearby or were not welcome at their family event because they're gay (yeah, people still do that ... even in my area).  So I have my own dinner and we celebrate, usually the weekend after or before, depending on everyone's schedule. Other straight friends come too (if they have nowhere to go ... can't invite everyone, my place is NOT that big!), but it started out for those whose families put them out and wouldn't invite them to Thanksgiving. 
Alright, you really are a bleeding heart, and a *cough* really good person *hack* Think I'm coming down with the flu...
1. Turkey  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. We watch movies at our place  5. I catch the sales online now (they do that, ya know)  6. Uhm, I don't really cook much but I'll nab some of the recipes posted here  
#29 | 1711 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

Now, it depends on who's home on Thanksgiving. If the three youngest kids are home, we cook. If it's just the three of us-- my wife, teenage daughter, and I-- we may cook but we may just go out, as we're planning on this year. Country Buffet, probably. Let someone else serve it and clean it up. As far as Black Friday goes, I worked far too many years in retail, including six at Target. I've both opened and closed on that day. Target never opened earlier than 6 a.m. so the earliest I had to be there was 5:30, but still, I vowed that once I was no longer working retail, I wasn't stepping foot in a store that day again. Amazon.com is my friend.
1. Turkey  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. We watch movies at our place  5. I catch the sales online now (they do that, ya know)  6. Uhm, I don't really cook much but I'll nab some of the recipes posted here  
#30 | 1711 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
Alright, you really are a bleeding heart, and a *cough* really good person *hack* Think I'm coming down with the flu...
Do my eyes deceive me?! 
Coming from the same man that said I was mean to my friends (I didn't deny it outright, but it's all out of love)?
 'Tis the season, I suppose. 
1. I go elsewhere and have what they're having  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Other (tell us!)  6. Other   
#31 | 1711 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

janet011685 wrote:
Do my eyes deceive me?! 
Coming from the same man that said I was mean to my friends (I didn't deny it outright, but it's all out of love)?
 'Tis the season, I suppose. 
I can be nice to you-- but what if Stoney and Scott see it? The whole house of cards crashes down. ;)
1. Turkey  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. We watch movies at our place  5. I catch the sales online now (they do that, ya know)  6. Uhm, I don't really cook much but I'll nab some of the recipes posted here  
#32 | 1711 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
I can be nice to you-- but what if Stoney and Scott see it? The whole house of cards crashes down. ;)
So you're saying I should send them a link to this poll, basically. 

Actually, Stoney and Scott are very nice to me ... just not in public.  lol 
At least YOU have guts!  (hint, hint BOYS  lol)
1. I go elsewhere and have what they're having  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Other (tell us!)  6. Other   
#33 | 1711 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

janet011685 wrote:
So you're saying I should send them a link to this poll, basically. 

Actually, Stoney and Scott are very nice to me ... just not in public.  lol 
At least YOU have guts!  (hint, hint BOYS  lol)
Whoa, that was almost a compliment. Guess we're even. (And btw Becky is nice to me (almost) all the time. Which just goes to prove that I deserve it. ;P)
1. Turkey  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. We watch movies at our place  5. I catch the sales online now (they do that, ya know)  6. Uhm, I don't really cook much but I'll nab some of the recipes posted here  
#34 | 1711 days ago

jasonwrites wrote:
Whoa, that was almost a compliment. Guess we're even. (And btw Becky is nice to me (almost) all the time. Which just goes to prove that I deserve it. ;P)
Yeah, but Becky is wayyyy nicer than I am.    Are you new here?
1. I go elsewhere and have what they're having  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Other (tell us!)  6. Other   
#35 | 1711 days ago

janet011685 wrote:
Yeah, but Becky is wayyyy nicer than I am.    Are you new here?
I'll vouch for that.


It's like night and day....

1. Turkey  2. Traditional (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. Eat, watch a little football, eat some more, play some ball, eat some more...repeat...  5. Heck no, are you NUTS?!  6. Sure! You might like this...  
#36 | 1710 days ago
jasonwrites (+)

janet011685 wrote:
Yeah, but Becky is wayyyy nicer than I am.    Are you new here?
Hahahaha yeah brand new guy with the pencil and star. You could learn a thing or two from Becky. :P But I luvz ya just the way you are (*masochist*)
1. Turkey  2. Some traditional, some different (tell us!)  3. Pies (what kind?)  4. We watch movies at our place  5. I catch the sales online now (they do that, ya know)  6. Uhm, I don't really cook much but I'll nab some of the recipes posted here  
#37 | 1710 days ago

sc0ttm0 wrote:
I'll vouch for that.


It's like night and day....

And for that you earned a "respect". 
I just love it when you boys pay attention. 
1. I go elsewhere and have what they're having  2. I go elsewhere, and have whatever they're having  3. Other (tell us!)  4. Go to family's place and watch some ball  5. Other (tell us!)  6. Other   

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