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I didn't feel particularly great yesterday, I've been getting that run down feeling and last night it finally bit me. I think I just have some random bug or another. Thankfully I did the whole turkey thing on Saturday and got it all stored up early so I was set for this I guess. Mashing up some squash tonight and a very little turkey on the side with some ginger ale and bitters. At least tomorrow is a day to do nothing for me. :)

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Think I might be the odd one out over the pond today!

Beef stew with red wine and winter vegetables, in crockpot as we speak.

Just had a severe weather warning, storm to hit in the next hour. Attempting to get Mr Mw and son home before it comes then stay home cosy.

Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

Extra special wishes to those of you adding birthday cake to the menu (or maybe cocktails). You know who you are :)

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Think I might be the odd one out over the pond today!

Beef stew with red wine and winter vegetables, in crockpot as we speak.

Just had a severe weather warning, storm to hit in the next hour. Attempting to get Mr Mw and son home before it comes then stay home cosy.

Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

Extra special wishes to those of you adding birthday cake to the menu (or maybe cocktails). You know who you are :)

;) it's birthday apple pie and champagne, sweets... and TY xxoo

"Stay home cosy"--that sounds perfect. (hope the storm is not too bad)

Guess what we are having today?

Bacon!! naw, just kidding.

A traditional thanksgiving dinner and tomorrow...yes, encores.

Happy Thanksgiving, Everyone!

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Mmm apple pie. Maybe Mr Mw fancies a bit of baking when he gets home...

Have a great one x

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Think I might be the odd one out over the pond today!

Beef stew with red wine and winter vegetables, in crockpot as we speak.

Just had a severe weather warning, storm to hit in the next hour. Attempting to get Mr Mw and son home before it comes then stay home cosy.

Happy Thanksgiving to you all.

Extra special wishes to those of you adding birthday cake to the menu (or maybe cocktails). You know who you are :)

Me, too. Our Thanksgiving was ages ago. We are having similar to you - I am brasing beef in red wine et.al. for rich, luxuriant Beef Burgundy. We will have buttery whipped potatoes with sizzling mustard seeds and steamed broccoli. No dessert for us - we've been bad. ;)

To my U.S. friends, have the happiest of Thanksgivings! :)

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Maybe Mr Mw fancies a bit of baking when he gets home...

oo lala is that what you call it over there..."baking"??

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Black bean quesedilla's with mushrooms and probably will try spreading some avocado in lieu of daiya fake cheese.

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no comment ;)

Leave it to you to notice! :P

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oo lala is that what you call it over there..."baking"??

:lol: What's it called where you live, IH?

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Leave it to you to notice! :P

not much gets by me, toots

:lol: What's it called where you live, IH?

fun

(I almost said bacon to see if anyone is paying attention)

Who cares what it's called as long as you've got some

:o ?

amen to that, sister

now, I have to go do some "baking"......

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not much gets by me, toots

fun

(I almost said bacon to see if anyone is paying attention)

amen to that, sister

now, I have to go do some "baking"......

...and I am going to cook me some bacon...

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...and I am going to cook me some bacon...

;) gotcha .......Alberta sizzles

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Happy Thanksgiving all:). I was up to my elbows in bacon yesterday--cooked up a bunch for the GPS and nibbled on it the whole time I was making the sauce.

Enjoy!!

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I'm having gluten-free pumkin pie and roasted veggies.......that's what I'm taking to sister's house. I've been reacting to something off and on for a week now and I'm not feeling so well today.

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;) gotcha .......Alberta sizzles

...even when it hits -26C which is in the forecast in a few days. BLECH! But we have our special ways of keeping nice and toasty. ^_^

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Daughter's request, loose cooked ground beef with mushroom soup gravy over rice and corn.

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Turkey Enchiladas with cilantro/green salsa/garlic/cream sauce for the family

Turkey with pumpkin sauce over spaghetti squash for me

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no bacon in this ones fridge. It kills meh (GERD loves it).

sammich with asparagus... me thinks thats somewhat balanced.

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Ham and maple baked beans, salad.

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I could use some bacon... or baking.... :ph34r:

;)

well, guys I have had enough turkey, so Chebe Pizza tonight with garlic oil, shallots, BACON! and 3 cheeses.and champagne (still celebrating birthday week) why not? I'm alive! I'm alive!

and still baking....

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We are meeting friends at PF Changs so no cooking or dishes tonight! :).

LTT, was it you who said how good the Glutino Genius bread was? Tried it today and you were so right. Puts everything I've tried so far to shame.

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We are meeting friends at PF Changs so no cooking or dishes tonight! :).

LTT, was it you who said how good the Glutino Genius bread was? Tried it today and you were so right. Puts everything I've tried so far to shame.

That bread is good, isn't it? It and the new Kinnickinnik soft breads are my favourite commercial breads. Worthy of sandwiches and larger than a dime! :D

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