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    Good Lord
    I ate too much.

    Favorites were: Sweet potato casserole, stuffing, peanut butter pie, and dirt pie...

    Someone pass the tums please

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    praline sweet potatoes
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    Turkey and ham ?????

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    Those were ok too...

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    We had pumpkin pies and apple pie and then the 7 year old grandson had his birthday party, complete with birthday cake and ice cream.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jmoore61103
    We had pumpkin pies and apple pie and then the 7 year old grandson had his birthday party, complete with birthday cake and ice cream.
    Oh my lord ... that's just all wrong! LOL
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    We went out to dinner and I went non-traditional. I had prime rib which was served with mashed sweet potatoes, cheesy mashed white potatoes, grilled veggie medley and a popover with horseradish butter. For dessert I had vanilla ice cream over which I poured Kahlua. The rest of the Kahlua went in my coffee.
    It was bliss and I did eat too much but it's called a Thanksgiving FEAST so I was really just following instructions. Right?

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    Mmmm, popovers... I made an herb encrusted rack of lamb and green bean casserole. Tasties!
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    Oh my lord ... that's just all wrong! LOL
    I discovered yesterday that with all the sweet stuff sitting around I was not as tempted to eat any of it. There was just too much. Now if there had been one lonely cookie sitting there - I would have gobbled it without thinking. I made it through the whole day and evening with just a piece of apple pie and a spoonful of ice cream.

    This morning I got up and made fresh rolls so we could eat cold turkey sandwiches later - now that's my favorite!

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    Anyone ever make turkey hash before? If you haven't, you should!

    Ingredients:

    Shredded turkey
    diced potatoes
    sliced onions
    salt
    pepper (I like a lot to spice it up)
    (any other seasoning to taste)
    Buttermilk biscuits

    Cooking Instructions: Place all ingredients (except biscuits) in a deep fry pan, and fill with water so that it just covers the ingredients. Cook over medium, medium/high heat until water boils away, leaving an almost thick stew like concoction.

    Place biscuits, opened, on a plate, and poor the results over the biscuits (or eat seperately).

    Simple, but good stuff, and it's excellent on a really cold night!

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    Dirt pie? What in the world is that?
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    This is what I make with turkey leftovers. This version is modified slightly because I kind of take the long way 'round when making it. I can't give measurements because I don't cook like that and besides, I don't know how much leftover turkey you have! lol! You'll just have to eyeball it to see when it's the right proportions.

    Cubed white meat turkey
    Egg noodles (the wide kind)
    Cream of mushroom soup
    Pearl onions (frozen)
    Baby peas (frozen)
    Baby carrots (fresh, sliced)
    Salt and pepper to taste

    Parboil the noodles and drain well. Grease as many casserole dishes as you'll need. Toss all ingredients in a large bowl adding soup last. Season. Fill casserole dishes and bake covered at 350 degrees Fahrenheit for one hour. If you like you can add a breadcrumb topping at the end and put under broiler for about two minutes.

    This dish can be cooked, cooled and then frozen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Susan_ShareResults
    Dirt pie? What in the world is that?
    It's basically whipped cream, cream cheese, and oreos, all mixed together. The kid version usually has those little gummy worms as a topping.

    It's low-tech, but mmm, mmmm good!

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    I actually behaved yesterday, exercising self discipline and moderation. Woke up at 4:53 this morning, did a little computer catch up, then headed up the road to our little country store to visit a friend and have a red bull.

    My oldest son (Jeremy) daughter in law and two grand babies slept over, so today Jeremy and I got out my salt water flyfishing rods and did a couple hours of casting to work on our distance casts.

    They just left an hour ago, so we are now finishing up on getting the place normalized again. It's been a great time with my favorite reasons for loving life the past day - and I am now ready to resume life as usual (for another 31 days).
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    Quote Originally Posted by MoneyBusiness
    Anyone ever make turkey hash before?...
    Oh, Yeah! My wife makes a Turkey Hash that is absolutely delicious.

    Some of the best parts of the Thanksgiving Feast are the definitely the leftovers.
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