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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 11:02 pm 
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I just want some meat free stuffing....I will not get it.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sat Nov 20, 2010 11:04 pm 
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i'm in canada so we celebrated thanksgiving last month (on my bday no less)and i made a tofurky roast with mushroom sauce and roasted veggies (sweet potato, potato, carrot)
very traditional, predictable thanksgiving meal but i forking loved it

and what's this talk of sweet potatoes covered in marshmallows? wut

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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i'm in canada so we celebrated thanksgiving last month (on my bday no less)and i made a tofurky roast with mushroom sauce and roasted veggies (sweet potato, potato, carrot)
very traditional, predictable thanksgiving meal but i forking loved it

and what's this talk of sweet potatoes covered in marshmallows? wut


I'm in Canada as well, and because I live in residence and wasn't able to go home for Thanksgiving, I had no special Thanksgiving meal :(. I did go to Heartwood Cafe with my mom and brother when I came to visit a couple of days before Thanksgiving, and had scrambled tofu which was delicious, but not really Thanksgiving worthy.


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I just want some meat free stuffing....I will not get it.


Could you make and bring your own?

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I think I just need a bowl of thyme. I'm good.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Brian, I think the PPk might need you like a shot needs to shoot (or like a pool needs a cue).

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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i've never eaten sweet potatoes with marshmallows. ever. i'm mildly intrigued, but i don't want them messing with my thanksgiving.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I went to google for images of the monstrosity and found a picture of someone cutting open a sweet potato and putting marshmallows on top. It looks like they had been baked that way.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Brian, I think the PPk might need you like a shot needs to shoot (or like a pool needs a cue).

[if anyone here gets that reference without googling...I don't know if I want you to marry me or send you to an isalnd far, far away]


Oh I know!


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I like this thread.

Thursday I'm going to make dinner for my cancer-recovering,
cute as a button, almost-my-grandma Danish friend. I'm going
to roast vegetables (potato, carrot, pumpkin, onion) and make
a mushroom gravy, chickpea cutlets and brussel sprouts (?).

On the weekend, I'm going to make pumpkin bread.

Then, I'm flying home for 6 weeks & Thanksmas #2.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I always want to make a whole bunch of fancy stuff, but I end up just making my favorites: Tofurkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, and whatever vegetable I have on hand that day.


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Wow, I had no idea other people's families did the sweet potatoes with marshmallows thing. I thought it was just my uncle being wackadoodles. Thanks to that abomination, I can't deal with eating sweet potatoes at ALL now. :(

I've never actually seen this hideous abomination in practice, but please allow me to redeem the sweet potato (one of my all-time favorite vegetables) for you. All you need to do is chop those beauties up, rub them with some olive oil, salt, pepper, and whatever herbs you like, then roast them in the oven: vitamin A-infused yumminess ensues!


Desdemona knows what's up with sweet potatoes!


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I was oppressed on Canadian Thanksgiving (not given the day off, my boss said "what do Canadians have to be thankful for?") so I am taking back the day with American Thanksgiving. I want to try the Field Roast En Croute.


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 11:55 am 
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brian wrote:
Here's what I want: a tofurkey/tofurkey-esque roast, a whole lot of mashed potatoes (po-tay-toes, boil 'em, mash 'em, stick 'em in a stew), some normal unadorned corn, and rolls. We don't need to get fancy with any of those four main ingredients. Call me picky, call me boring, but that's what I look forward to!

This thread is a safe space for boring people who want a nice, filling, predictable meal!


replace corn with stuffing and i'm there. (also, i always say that lotr bit about potatoes when i'm cooking them. i'm glad i'm not the only one.)

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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(also, i always say that lotr bit about potatoes when i'm cooking them. i'm glad i'm not the only one.)

I say it over and over while MBM is doing the actual work and it drives her insane! It's a Thanksgiving (or anytime potatoes are used) tradition!


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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We are now having nothing but sweet potatoes with Dandies on top for Thanksgiving.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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vijita wrote:
I was oppressed on Canadian Thanksgiving (not given the day off, my boss said "what do Canadians have to be thankful for?") so I am taking back the day with American Thanksgiving. I want to try the Field Roast En Croute.


That's what I bought. I'm having it with mashed potatoes and gravy, roasted brussels sprouts, salad and apple pie. I think Brian might approve? But I'm also making the Vcon pumpkin ziti, so that might get me kicked out of this thread. :P

I've heard tales of sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top, but I don't think I've ever seen it in action. Eew.

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But I'm also making the Vcon pumpkin ziti, so that might get me kicked out of this thread. :P

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(not given the day off, my boss said "what do Canadians have to be thankful for?")


That they're not Americans?

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I was oppressed on Canadian Thanksgiving (not given the day off, my boss said "what do Canadians have to be thankful for?").


SCTV?

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vijita wrote:
I was oppressed on Canadian Thanksgiving (not given the day off, my boss said "what do Canadians have to be thankful for?").


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Brian, I think the PPk might need you like a shot needs to shoot (or like a pool needs a cue).

[if anyone here gets that reference without googling...I don't know if I want you to marry me or send you to an isalnd far, far away]


Oh I know!


DId your parents listen to that tape in the car over and over and over again in the late eighties, too? And because I liks you, marry me. DelectApple won't mind.

I'm having a fancy Thanksgiving dinner, even though I really do like Tofurky. But my parents made reservations at a nice restaurant that has a vegan menu (and my mother checked to make sure it was comprised of "real food"), so I'm probably eating some sort of risotto and cake.

D'oh!: Did I just violate the safe space?

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D'oh!: Did I just violate the safe space?

Yes.


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brian wrote:
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D'oh!: Did I just violate the safe space?

Yes.


Do you hate me forever? Or, just for the next 3.5 hours?

Also, my ideal Thanksgiving dinner would be a mustard-and-tofurky slice sandwich. Simple *and* gross!

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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My family never makes the same thing and we've never had anything remotely close to American traditional thanksgiving food on that day, so I'm always a bit surprised when people are so adamant about having the same thing over and over.

Me and my sister still don't know what we are having. All we know is butternut squash soup with fried sage on top...which I'm excited about. I'm also going to whip up some nice cocktails. Maybe a roased pepper and eggplant salad.


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