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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 2:44 pm 
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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.

So what you're saying is that what I want is weird and strange and I have no place for safety in this world?

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Poultryesque seitan, sourdough stuffing with cranberries and pecans, wild mushroom gravy, garlic mashed potatoes, green beans with almonds, copper pennies (cooked carrots with EB and brown sugar and a splash of rice vinegar), rolls, pumpkin cheezecake with rice whip, pecan bars...


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 3:40 pm 
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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.


That's what I bought.

I wish I could've found that somewhere. It looks amazing! I'm pretty much in love with anything wrapped in puff pastry.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 5:51 pm 
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I'd be happy with just a big bowl of stuffing and mashed potatoes drowning in gravy, like a thanksgiving bowl of cereal with the gravy as milk.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 8:02 pm 
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Imitation Of Chris wrote:
I'd be happy with just a big bowl of stuffing and mashed potatoes drowning in gravy, like a thanksgiving bowl of cereal with the gravy as milk.

Perhaps you can come to Asheville? I am considering making stuffins. Stuffing stuffed with gravy and baked. We can maybe manage some more carbs if you wish.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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pandacookie wrote:
Imitation Of Chris wrote:
I'd be happy with just a big bowl of stuffing and mashed potatoes drowning in gravy, like a thanksgiving bowl of cereal with the gravy as milk.

Perhaps you can come to Asheville? I am considering making stuffins. Stuffing stuffed with gravy and baked. We can maybe manage some more carbs if you wish.


i'll come if you wrap the stuffins in puff pastry.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Sun Nov 21, 2010 11:58 pm 
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I just want some meat free stuffing....I will not get it.


Could you make and bring your own?
No. Dinner is at my nieces house and my brother is a jerk and his wife is crazy, the in laws are even weirder and it will be taken as insulting the cook-who for the record is a horrible cook.
I'm trying to not have to announce I'm a vegetarian. Everyone will flip out, ask a bunch of stupid questions, try to force me to eat corn....which will lead to me flipping out. Then when the 3 year old won't eat they will blame me with my crazy not eating meat nonsense. For the record the 3 year old never eats anything. Can you tell I have been imagining how dinner will go....It will end with me showing the nieces mother in law a video of GG Allin-she copied my cats name so I think she should know where I got it from. Sorry I digress... Last year they made these finger link potatoes. They were horrible and blue but this year I would like them just cause of the no milk.
I am just going to claim to be sick and drink a lot of wine, and smuggle in a Kind bar.
This house will not have the diabetic coma inducing candied yams...My sister will-doesn't matter cause I won't eat them.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 12:28 am 
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pandacookie wrote:
Imitation Of Chris wrote:
I'd be happy with just a big bowl of stuffing and mashed potatoes drowning in gravy, like a thanksgiving bowl of cereal with the gravy as milk.

Perhaps you can come to Asheville? I am considering making stuffins. Stuffing stuffed with gravy and baked. We can maybe manage some more carbs if you wish.


i'll come if you wrap the stuffins in puff pastry.

Actually, that sounds really good.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 1:51 am 
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This what I want:

Tofurkey
Stuffing (from a box would be fine!)
Mashed potatoes
Cranberry relish
Smlove

I will get none of that. What I DO get is to wake up at 6 in the morning (I am on a night schedule normally, so this will be painful) to watch a blowhard general give a speech on morale. Worst Thanksgiving ever.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 5:36 am 
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what about dessert? brian's meal has no dessert, which is totally necessary!

all i really want is mashed potatoes with gravy, the world's biggest pile of stuffing, cranberry relish, & pie.


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Mon Nov 22, 2010 4:18 pm 
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Invictus wrote:
This what I want:

Tofurkey
Stuffing (from a box would be fine!)
Mashed potatoes
Cranberry relish
Smlove

I will get none of that. What I DO get is to wake up at 6 in the morning (I am on a night schedule normally, so this will be painful) to watch a blowhard general give a speech on morale. Worst Thanksgiving ever.

This makes me sad. I wish I could send you a Stuffin.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I am now officially obsessed by Stuffin.

And Invictus, next time you're in NJ, we will totally make you a Thanksgiving, stuffin and all (if Panders will share the recipe).

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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jordanpattern wrote:
My ideal:
Tofurkey
Roast brussel sprouts
mashed potatoes
gravy
cranberry sauce
stuffing and LOTS of it
pumpkin pie


This is exactly what we had!

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I got meat free stuffing! and no wackadoo in laws!

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Thu Nov 25, 2010 7:44 pm 
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countdown in less than an hour to my mom freaking out because some butter from the crust of my cheesecake from the springform pan leaked onto the bottom of the oven and burnt into it....if Im lucky she wont notice until tomorrow

hooray for people buying those stupid forking glass top electric stoves and ovens and then freaking out when actual cooking takes place and stuff gets spilled or burns onto it....oh wells

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Next year, if I'm feeling adventurous, I'm pulling a pandacookie.
This year blew. Pie failures, Whole Food failures yet again. I give up.
If I can't make stuffins, which look maybe too difficult for me, I will only eat mashed potatoes and gravy. That's it.


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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Meggs wrote:
Next year, if I'm feeling adventurous, I'm pulling a pandacookie.
This year blew. Pie failures, Whole Food failures yet again. I give up.
If I can't make stuffins, which look maybe too difficult for me, I will only eat mashed potatoes and gravy. That's it.

You can't mess up a Stuffin. Stuffing and gravy. If it fails you still have stuffing and gravy. Ain't no thang.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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pandacookie wrote:
Meggs wrote:
Next year, if I'm feeling adventurous, I'm pulling a pandacookie.
This year blew. Pie failures, Whole Food failures yet again. I give up.
If I can't make stuffins, which look maybe too difficult for me, I will only eat mashed potatoes and gravy. That's it.

You can't mess up a Stuffin. Stuffing and gravy. If it fails you still have stuffing and gravy. Ain't no thang.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Mrs. Face is still out if town, and just as I had started writing down the schedule to help me prepare the modest feast GlueGun and I would be having, monkeytoes texted me to say her T-giving plans had changed, and asking if we wanted to come to her place. I'm glad we did! GG and I had a great time, and we had a feast to remember! I want to give her a chance to post food porn before I say anything specific about the food.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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FootFace wrote:
Mrs. Face is still out if town, and just as I had started writing down the schedule to help me prepare the modest feast GlueGun and I would be having, monkeytoes texted me to say her T-giving plans had changed, and asking if we wanted to come to her place. I'm glad we did! GG and I had a great time, and we had a feast to remember! I want to give her a chance to post food porn before I say anything specific about the food.


I'm glad you guys came, too. I made a thread in food porn - if you took any close-ups, add 'em.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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monkeytoes wrote:
FootFace wrote:
Mrs. Face is still out if town, and just as I had started writing down the schedule to help me prepare the modest feast GlueGun and I would be having, monkeytoes texted me to say her T-giving plans had changed, and asking if we wanted to come to her place. I'm glad we did! GG and I had a great time, and we had a feast to remember! I want to give her a chance to post food porn before I say anything specific about the food.


I'm glad you guys came, too. I made a thread in food porn - if you took any close-ups, add 'em.


Just did!

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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I waaaaay overdid it, even after I ditched two recipes and changed the green bean casserole to just beans and mushrooms to save time.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
PostPosted: Fri Nov 26, 2010 1:14 am 
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My dad, who is rarely accomodating, left the bacon out of the potato/cranberry salad he made, and my brother and his girlfriend made a vegan pumpkin/chocolate bread pudding dessert. I brought some focaccia that I made this morning and my tofurkey was smoked on the bbq with applewood chips - I basted it with an impromptu baste of maple syrup, miso, tamari, olive oil, and a bit of the apricot ginger preserves that JohnP recently sent me.
It was a pretty good Thanksgiving.

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 Post subject: Re: The Thanksgiving Safe Space thread
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Imitation Of Chris wrote:
My dad, who is rarely accomodating, left the bacon out of the potato/cranberry salad he made, and my brother and his girlfriend made a vegan pumpkin/chocolate bread pudding dessert. I brought some focaccia that I made this morning and my tofurkey was smoked on the bbq with applewood chips - I basted it with an impromptu baste of maple syrup, miso, tamari, olive oil, and a bit of the apricot ginger preserves that JohnP recently sent me.
It was a pretty good Thanksgiving.

Holy wow. That sounds like the most delicious thing ever!

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