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    Lets see your table spread

    It don't matter is your eating Out or on you table. But nice to see what is served.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Dave Hawksford View Post
    It don't matter is your eating Out or on you table. But nice to see what is served.
    Hey Dave,
    Here is a picture of our table... only the 4 of us.. Dianne, me and our friends from our art group.

    Menu: Turkey, dressing, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole, brussel sprouts with carrots, gravy, rolls and cranberry/orange chutney. For desert pecan and pumpkin pies.

    Dianne outdid herself.
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    Here you go!

    My Dad and Stepmom were out a couple of weeks ago and I did the traditional TG spread then. Well, traditional if you do your turkey on a weber grill...

    So Sharon and I decided we'd do a rib roast, gravy , creamed spinach, butter roasted taters and pies... Got a pumpkin pie (well, butternut squash actually) and a blackberry pie as well.

    Really, we are looking forward to the french dip sandwiches for lunch for the next several days....



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    i forgot the camera, but here's what the layout was...

    5 tables - 8-10 places each
    for eats, there was 2 turkeys, ham, my meal in a pumpkin (sans pumpkin), green bean casserole, stuffing, egg rolls, sweet potatoes, regular mashed potatoes and gravy, dinner rolls.
    for dessert there were 2 pumpkin, 1 pecan, 1 cherry, and 2 apple pies, of course with 3 big cans of the extra creamy reddi whip at hand.
    throw in almost 30 people as well, and that was our big get together.
    benedictione omnes bene

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    Forgot to take pics, but had BIG oval plates filled with food. Hope everyone had a great day.
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    well I got there a little late



    Missing from the picture since LOML had already cleared away some dishes are the Green Bean cassarol gravy and the Turkey platter, pictured is the dressing mashed potatoes yams and cranberry jello
    This was posted so the deputies don't get on my case.
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    Gave the pies a test drive.

    Wasn't sure about the pumpkin pie, as I used Alton Browns recipe and made the pumpkin puree from scratch and used ginger snaps for the crust. All I can say is wow! Was it good. The black berry was pretty traditional and just as good as I rememberd.

    Good night. Imma gonna go to bed for a while....

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    No pics, you must be starving right now. For me, I'm on the last two hours of LOTR Return of the King

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    Wow, Brent, I want to come to your place for dinner. That roast looks melt-in-your-mouth!

    (but I'll pass on the spinach...)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Art Mulder View Post
    Wow, Brent, I want to come to your place for dinner. That roast looks melt-in-your-mouth!

    (but I'll pass on the spinach...)
    Open invitation to FWW Members...

    We can always come to an agreement on the menu, I'm flexible!

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