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Anyone trying anything new/special this year for Thanksgiving? For us it's ordering the pie from local baker. Seemed more reasonable as there will just be 4 of us this year.

Nov 22, 22 10:50 pm  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

I'm trying Thanksgiving with Covid-19 taste buds.

Nov 23, 22 9:26 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

but... thanksgiving is in october?

Nov 23, 22 11:19 pm  · 
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b3tadine[sutures]

For maple syrup guzzling, labatts swirling, hosers. Yes.

Nov 24, 22 6:56 am  · 
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We refer to October Thanksgiving as "dressing rehearsal." Or the turkey round-robin.

Nov 25, 22 2:27 pm  · 
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Non Sequitur

a robin-stuffed turkey? Sounds... interesting. Keep me some leftovers please.

Nov 25, 22 2:54 pm  · 
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Or that I could attend legit thanksgiving dinners on three separate days that weekend...

Nov 26, 22 11:17 am  · 
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tduds

This year we broke down the turkey ahead of time and cooked the legs separately - slow-braised in red wine. Roasted the breast day-of. Only took a about 90 minutes in the oven, and the dark meat was the best I've ever had. Highly recommend this method.

Nov 28, 22 12:47 pm  · 
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ill_will

Tried a squash/curry soup, pretty amazing stuff. Curry, cayenne, cumin, cinnamon (just a little), and sage. Insane.

Nov 28, 22 1:04 pm  · 
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@beta hopefully feeling better?!

Nov 28, 22 11:37 pm  · 
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tduds

We also did a curried squash soup as an appetizer. Just a little mug for sipping. With a mushroom + swiss puff pastry thing on the side. Super good! I love thanksgiving.

Nov 29, 22 11:17 am  · 
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