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Thanksgiving dinner?

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Ok who's cooking something different (and delicious) for Thanksgiving dinner? I'm smoking a brisket with garlic mashed potatoes (real potatoes not instant) and green bean casserole. Wife decided that since my son and his family are going to Glamis dunes and my daughter does not like turkey as of this month that we do something different.
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Sounds great.

Instead of my usual pumpkin and cranberry pies, ran across a recipe for cranberry cake. Very simple to do, curiosity in how it turns out got the better of me.
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There is a large leg from a dead pig in the garage refrigerator, I suppose I'll eat that.
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Thinking about 50,000 Edison power customers here in SoCal will be making menu changes due to having electricity being shut off due to high winds. No power no oven.
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We like to continue traditions for Thanksgiving and Christmas, so turkey and potatoes and stuffing and crabberry sauce and pumpkin pie, however, my daughter in law has begun making home made mac and cheese for Thanksgiving Dinner, so that's something new.
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arizonacamper wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 1:57 pm Ok who's cooking something different (and delicious) for Thanksgiving dinner? I'm smoking a brisket with garlic mashed potatoes (real potatoes not instant) and green bean casserole. Wife decided that since my son and his family are going to Glamis dunes and my daughter does not like turkey as of this month that we do something different.
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We put off our traditional Thanksgiving Banquet until tomorrow as my daughter and son in law, with the grand kids, are going over to the in laws for the big feast today. One grand son doesn't want to put up with the in laws so he's at our house. He is a big time Sloppy Joe connoisseur so we're going to do Sloppy Joe Biscuit Bake in the Dutch Oven. Fresh Garden salad and country fries on the side.
For inquiring minds the recipe is in the book; Camp Cooking - 100 Years published by The National Museum of Forest Service History.
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Same ole same here this year. Fried turkey, baked ham and all the fixins

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Daryl22 wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 4:58 pm Thinking about 50,000 Edison power customers here in SoCal will be making menu changes due to having electricity being shut off due to high winds. No power no oven.
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Nope, don't have that problem. We had a big "Orphan's Thanksgiving" dinner once at a local tavern. Everyone brought their own food and was going to cook it in the electric commercial kitchen, but the power went out just as everyone got started. Fifteen minutes later, everyone had run home and grabbed their campstoves and lanterns an dinner was served on time. Coleman to the rescue again!

I'll be going over to a friend's house for dinner--standing Prime rib roast in the Trager. Yum! The beef is locally grown, so we can actually get the Prime cut, and it only costs an arm or a leg, not both.
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WYSIWYG wrote: Thu Nov 25, 2021 3:33 pm There is a large leg from a dead pig in the garage refrigerator, I suppose I'll eat that.
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In laws wanted Chicken, sausage, tasso, and okra gumbo
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Thanksgiving dinner for us is tomorrow and then again Saturday. We had breaded chicken sandwiches and tator tots for dinner today. Was going to do ribs but got busy and forget to start them in time.
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