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You better get over here and start eating these leftovers!

 
 
Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 08:49 am
I just had two pieces of pie for breakfast.

The refrigerator is full of whipped potatos, turkey pieces, chicken pieces, cheese, more cheese and several pieces of cheese, also chips, crackers, three kinds of stuffing and some varieties of olives.

And pie.

If you don't get over here now there will be consequences.

Joe(not for you necessarily, but still.... .)Nation
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Bi-Polar Bear
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 08:57 am
I just had a slice of mincemeat pie with my coffee myself.... hmm hmm..
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 08:59 am
And now I have leftovers not only of turkey, dressing, potatoes... but from this weird spinach and mozzarella rigatoni thing I did last evening to get away from the turkey, dressing, etc...
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 09:01 am
hmmm. mincement....ah... I'll trade you a tub of crumbled blue cheese for a hunk of dat.

Joe(smacking)Nation
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edgarblythe
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 09:07 am
We ate turkey dinner with my daughter. She wanted to send some leftovers home with us, but, as we had been given a free turkey, we opted to not take them. Yesterday, I cooked our turkey, in the interest of cutting fown on the coming week's grocery bill. So, after it was cooked and sliced and frozen, what do ya suppose? My wife comes in with another free turkey. We are talking huge bird, in each case. Groan and whew.
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Bi-Polar Bear
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 09:13 am
Joe Nation wrote:
hmmm. mincement....ah... I'll trade you a tub of crumbled blue cheese for a hunk of dat.

Joe(smacking)Nation


you're on...
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 09:30 am
Wait until it's dark, edgar, then put the uncooked one on your neighbor's front porch, ring the bell and run.

This song is for you.. I must be traveling on now

What else you got, bear?

Joe(we got cupcakes with turkey faces)Nation
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Eva
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 03:32 pm
I'll take a coupla cupcakes, Joe. How about some cornbread dressing? Betcha haven't had any decent dressing since you left Oklahoma. (That sticky, gooey white bread crap doesn't count, and you know it.)
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farmerman
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 04:39 pm
dogs are eating the turkey (I did cook the carcass and put in some chunks of dark meat for a soup.).

Our dressing is up for swappies (its Konebread stuffin)
Cranberry pear thing (which I cant eat because of my coumaden)

Lessee, anybody got some cannolis?
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 04:47 pm
Whoever heard of a leftover cannoli?

Leftover blue cheese and walnut stuffed logs of celery, I've got.

Just "re-created" the leftover stuffing, theirs (we are at our friend's house was dry and tasteless, just like their kids like it.) added some thyme and pepper and walnuts with a cup of fresh broth and some butter. mMMm.
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I had an ex-mother-in-law who made the best oyster and cornbread stuffing in the world. She just couldn't make good daughters.

Joe(I think I need to make more gravy.)Nation
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 04:53 pm
I made stuffing soup for brunch. That is, beef broth, so un-turkey, some tomato pasta sauce, some whadaycallit, dried tomato garlic pesto stuff, some of the stuffing - bread, lots of onion, celery, mild ital sausage, and then a wee bit of chopped red cabbage - your basic bread soup. Delish, and... not turkey.


For dinner, I'm looking forward to scrambled eggs in tortillas, with this and that.
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 05:10 pm
I just ate a bowl of dirty rice with black beans.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 05:26 pm
That's pretty un-turkey too...
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eoe
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 05:34 pm
ham, turnip greens, potato salad, yams, lemon meringue pie and beanies from the beanie weenies i cooked last Tuesday. I thawed a silver bass to bake tonight because we've been eating ham, etc. since Thursday but, I'm too pooped to bother. Tomorrow, fish. Tonight, more ham. oink oink
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Bi-Polar Bear
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 06:29 pm
I got some gen yu wine southern style corn pudding... but I'm not sure I want to part with any of it it's so good... also some bear family rutabaga and potatoes all mashed together.... heaven buddy... heaven....
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dyslexia
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 06:40 pm
Bi-Polar Bear wrote:
I got some gen yu wine southern style corn pudding... but I'm not sure I want to part with any of it it's so good... also some bear family rutabaga and potatoes all mashed together.... heaven buddy... heaven....


(This is a song about
vegetables, they keep ya regular
They're real good for yo)

Call any vegetable Call it by name
Call one today When you get off the train
Call any vegetable And the chances are good
Aw, The vegetable will respond to you

(Some people don't go for prunes...I
don't know, I've always found that if they...)
Call any vegetable Pick up your phone
Think of a vegetable Lonely at home
Call any vegetable And the chances are good
That a vegetable will respond to you

Rutabaga, Rutabaga,
Rutabaga, Rutabaga,
Rutabay-y-y-y...

(A prune isn't really a vegetable...
CABBAGE is a vegetable...)

No one will know
If you don't want to let them know
No one will know
'Less it's you that might tell them so
Call and they'll come to you
Covered with dew
Vegetables dream, Of responding to you

Standing there shiny and proud by your side
Holding your hand while the neighbors decide
Why is a vegetable something to hide?
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 06:53 pm
My friend whipped up (separately) turnips, potatos and yams. The turnips at my house and in my youth would have gotten a thumbsdown, but they way he did them (what the hell did he add?) made them taste so good.

And (I must be maturing at age 60) the colors made a beautiful display on the table.

Pass the green beans and some of that REAL cranberry sauce.

Joe(look. there's cranberries in it.)Nation
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 06:55 pm
Ask your friend about dem turnips...
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margo
 
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Reply Sun 25 Nov, 2007 09:01 pm
Yeah! Turnips is toinips!

What can you do with them?
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Bi-Polar Bear
 
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Reply Mon 26 Nov, 2007 01:11 am
do not confuse the lowly turnip with the mighty rutabaga...
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