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This'n That #15 - The Tradition Thanksgiving

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Good article Nancy, and I thought my family was odd, with trying to make me eat Aunt So-and-So's inedible surprise casserole. Cold shrimp, macaroni, and mayonaisse just do not go together, I don't care how good my mom says it is. At least nobody ever hit on me. But the turkey is usually just right, albeit there are usually too many people around my thanksgiving to have much in the way of turkey leftovers. And the cold turkey sandwiches the day after is the best part crying.gif

Anyhow, another good one, Nance. thumbsup.gif

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Snuffs? If you'd like, I send you my former In-laws address..... You can still make it to the East Coast by Thursday blink.gif

Thanks for reading.........

N. wub.gif

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disgust.gif I happen to love shrimp, mayo, and macaroni... disgust.gif it's yummy...

sarkypi? Argggg!! Say it isn't so!!! Why would you 'ruin' perfectly yummy shrimp? LOL!!!! w00t.gif

Thanks Sweet Lady, for taking the time to muddle through #15 wink2.gif

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And to add to the holiday spirit. My dad made the gravy once, and actually ground turkey bone and put in in for extra calcium or something. wacko.gif

Argggggggg!! Maybe I should introduce my ex Mother-in-law to your Dad!! LOL!

Ahhhhhh, what a combo they would make in the kitchen!!

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so my mom told him to relax and have a beer, while, they strained the gravy.

What a picture that conjures up. laugh.gif

My mother, an excellent cook I'm glad to say, once managed to bake a spoon into a cake and on one occasion burnt a jelly (jello?).

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