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Happy Thanksgiving, Fuckers!

post #1 of 119
Thread Starter 
I'm gonna be pretty busy cleaning, cooking, eating, drinking, smoking, gaming, and movie-watching over the next few days, so I wanted to go ahead and start a Happy Thanksgiving thread for all you bastards who make this a cool place to hang out.

Best Wishes to you and your loved ones, be they real (Nunziata's new family member) or imaginary (Blofeld's new inflata-, er, um, girlfriend). Be ye a Bible-thumpin' Bush Conservative or a bed-wetting Kennedy Liberal, I hope you all have a great fucking Thanksgiving.

Except you folks from England. You guys can sod off...
post #2 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving all.

Now get back to work!
post #3 of 119
I learned a new word for this thanksgiving... Turducken.

It's a chicken stuffed inside of a duck stuffed inside of a turkey.

Them southern folk are wierd....

Happy Thanksgiving.
post #4 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by Aghora Eats Kittens
I learned a new word for this thanksgiving... Turducken.

It's a chicken stuffed inside of a duck stuffed inside of a turkey.
Yeah, they had one on last weeks episode of ER.
post #5 of 119
Must have been the same day I saw Al Roker helping cook one.
post #6 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by Aghora Eats Kittens
Must have been the same day I saw Al Roker helping cook one.
That would be Thursday. And I think Al helped cook on on Wednesday. It is possible that he did it on Thursday since they made the real deal on Friday.

I'm such a TV junkie.
post #7 of 119
And a warm & hearty "go forth and multiply but not in those exact words" from all us non-native-slaughtering Pilgrim Great Great Great Great Great Great Great Grandsons/daughters.

We salute you. Probably with an foppish impudence.

Now go eat synthetic pumpkin pie 'til your spleens implode.
post #8 of 119
Have a happy Thanksgiving everyone!
post #9 of 119
Eat lots and enjoy the day.
post #10 of 119
In honor of this most prestigious holiday, I would like to invite one and all from these boards over to my house for supper. Bring the mortgages to your homes and your checkbooks. Sign them over to me and then I will gladly (and joyously) give you a nice plague-infested blanket to take home with you for Christmas.

I straight love all yo' asses. Eat hearty, you punks and ho's
post #11 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Especially new Chewers experiencing too much pie and prickly relatives for the first time!

ps. funny post, Aphex. Too sad but true!
post #12 of 119
Have a wonderful Turkey Day everyone!

In honor of the holiday, check out this cool little greeting.
post #13 of 119
I like Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade more then I like most people.
post #14 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving! Does anyone else forget that Thanksgiving comes this late in the year? For some reason, every year, I think that Thanksgiving takes place in August/September. I must be autistic.
post #15 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving everyone!! May it be salmonella free!!!
post #16 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by Sean Bateman
I like Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade more then I like most people.
When did following it up with a fucking dog show start though?!
post #17 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by otisthecat
When did following it up with a fucking dog show start though?!
I think this year is the first since NBC didn't get any rights to any football games.
post #18 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by L7 Productions
I think this year is the first since NBC didn't get any rights to any football games.
Well, see now that makes sense. Why spend the day eating to much, drinking to much and watching a few football games when you can see a fucking dog show instead.
post #19 of 119
I get to go hunting tomorrow with one of my friends.

<edited because im repetitive repititive repetitive>
post #20 of 119
Cheese dip, nacho chips, Dr. Pepper, cheap pumpkin pie, Ben & Jerry's, cold turky, and canned cranberry sauce. Now THAT'S a Thanksgiving.
post #21 of 119
Turkey, beer and scotch is Thanksgiving.
post #22 of 119
Visiting all my in-laws, my out-laws and everything in between starting tomorrow. From the Midwest, I bid you all a hearty Happy Thanksgiving.
post #23 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by otisthecat
Turkey, beer and scotch is Thanksgiving.
Pie is crucial to this equation.

Have a good Turkey Day, everybody!
post #24 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by otisthecat
Turkey, beer and scotch is Thanksgiving.
You read my mind almost to the letter!

Only the other way around...
post #25 of 119
I'll be packing up the children, deviled eggs, pecan and sweet potato pie and heading to Paris. Sadly, not Paris, France. Paris, Texas.

Pity me.
post #26 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving to everyone here.
post #27 of 119
Massive food eating + massive videogame playing +massive TV watching = ideal thanksgiving.

Happy Thanksgiving to all. May your dinners with relatives be the stuff of sitcoms, for all to laugh at your dysfucntion.
post #28 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving all! You Southern Chewers eat a deep fried turkey for me, won't ya?
post #29 of 119
From one carnivore to others:

Kill all you care to eat, but eat all that you kill.

Happy Pumpkin Pie Day!
post #30 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by kittyinjammies
I'll be packing up the children, deviled eggs, pecan and sweet potato pie and heading to Paris. Sadly, not Paris, France. Paris, Texas.

Pity me.

At least it ain't Paris, Hilton.
post #31 of 119
To paraphrase one of the best movies of the year,
gobble, gobble, everyone!
post #32 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by Gio Angles
At least it ain't Paris, Hilton.
Key words in the above post:
Heading...Paris...Hilton.

I apologize in advance...
post #33 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Remember to be thankful.
post #34 of 119
But not to God...or anything crazy like that.
post #35 of 119
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Make sure to enjoy a breast tomorrow. Oh, and have some turkey too.
post #36 of 119
Thread Starter 
Quote:
Originally posted by Bunny Dracula
Happy Thanksgiving to all who are less fortunate than I.
But if we're more fortunate than you we should just go fuck ourselves, right?
post #37 of 119
You'd be more fortunate than he was if you could. (And due to a lack of offspring so would we.)
post #38 of 119
You Yankees don't know what you're missing. Turducken is DELICIOUS.

Happy Thanksgiving, everyone. Stay safe.
post #39 of 119
Ditto. Ditto. Ditto.

Happy Thanksgiving, CHUD!

I'm the designated cook again this year. Lucky me. After that...hibernation through Sunday night. I hope you all have a wonderful holiday with your loved ones.
post #40 of 119
Aw, here roles the meal:

Turkey
Brandied Apricots
Mashed Sweet Potatoes
Green Beans in Balsamic
Cranberry sauce
Hot mulled wine
Pumpkin Pie

MmmmmmMmmmmmm
post #41 of 119
Here's my feast:

Lean Cuisine Grilled Chicken with Pasta
Wonder Bread
Diet Vanilla Coke
post #42 of 119
My family are heathens.... They're watching Finding Nemo.... In full screen.

"What's widescreen? Is that with those annoying black bars at the top? I hate that!"

I was the sole person in the room who even knew what the difference was.

I'm supposed to love these people right?
post #43 of 119
My six year old son is with my soon-to-be ex husband and his family today and tomorrow. I miss the little guy. Still, I am enjoying some red wine this afternoon, being pretty lazy, and planning what grown-up movie I will see tomorrow. I moved to a neighborhood that is great for taking walks, so I'll go do that now. I hope all of you who had to cook can be the guests next year, and just flop the rest of the weekend if you feel like it.

Anyone shopping?
post #44 of 119
God damn I am full.
post #45 of 119
Yeah, the meal just put me to sleep for 2 hours.

Ah, thanksgiving...hope you all had a wonderful day.
post #46 of 119
I have eaten the bounty of the land, and found it to be both good and plentiful.

Potato(e)s were involved.

As were eggs.

And chicken.

My wife is one goddamn weird/perfect Hungarian cook.

And praise Jeebus, there wasn't any turkey to be found anywhere in this house!

I am so sick of a holiday that celebrates by demanding I eat a bird that, when cooked at its BEST, tastes like wet newspaper, feet, and elk ass.

And about those flavors, don't ask how I know. Just know that I do.
post #47 of 119
Quote:
Originally posted by grendel
I have eaten the bounty of the land, and found it to be both good and plentiful.

Potato(e)s were involved.

As were eggs.

And chicken.

My wife is one goddamn weird/perfect Hungarian cook.

And praise Jeebus, there wasn't any turkey to be found anywhere in this house!

I am so sick of a holiday that celebrates by demanding I eat a bird that, when cooked at its BEST, tastes like wet newspaper, feet, and elk ass.

And about those flavors, don't ask how I know. Just know that I do.
To honor the flavors...
post #48 of 119
The final tally is in. I consumed:

Tofurkey
Vegetarian stuffing (oh hell yeah this was good!)
sweet potatoes
mashed potatoes
various kinds of fruit (chopped into bite size chunks-pineapple being a runaway favorite)
pumpkin pie
chocolate pudding (with creme cheese and pie crust crumbs mixed in)
so many rolls I lost count
1/4 bottle of White Sparkling Grape Juice


Got shut out on the cheezy potatoes, hopefully Christmas will bring me those. Leftovers to last a week at least, and I'll definitely be sharing with Michele if she liked the food, which I think she did.
post #49 of 119
I'm stuffed.

Happy Turkey Day everyone!
post #50 of 119
Oooooooh boy, what a day. We gorged mightily.

I love that picture! If Rockwell only knew.

I said I was hibernating this weekend and I'm sticking to it. No mall will lure me..no internet shopping..no Christmas decorations...nada. I'm gonna veg and veg rightly. I do have to email this to a few greedy relatives, so the way I figure, post it here once...then copy the sucker. That way everyone here can too feel the love..and the upset tummys!

Kathy's Kranberry Stuffing

2 sticks unsalted butter
6 ribs celery
1 large red onion
4 tsps dried sage
4 tsps dried thyme
2 tsps salt
ground black pepper
2 cup dried cranberries
4 eggs (slightly beaten)
4 cups College Inn chicken broth
2 8 oz. cans Reese's sliced water chestnuts
2 large tubes Bob Evans pork sausage
2 14 oz bags Pepperidge Farm Herb Seasoned Stuffing Mix

(Back in ancient times I used to actually lay out regular bread..dried and cubed it. HAH! What a fool!)

Melt butter in lge skillet over med heat. Throw in celery and onion until soft & translucent (about 8 mins). Stir in salt, pepper, sage and thyme until fragrant.

Cook the sausage.

Place bread crumbs in very large mixing bowl (2 if needed- I use a huge soup pot) and add in skillet fixings, sausage, cranberries and slightly chopped water chestnuts. Mix lightly. Add in eggs and chicken broth.

Stuff the bird.

Remaining stuffing goes into a greased 13 x 9 glass baking dish. Pop in the oven covered with foil at 350 for 45 minutes.

Half of this recipe will fill a 12-15 lb bird, so doubled (as is) will work well with a 24-30 lb toikey.

Enjoy! And tell 'em Kathy sent you.
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