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You better get over here and start eating these leftovers!

 
 
shewolfnm
 
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Reply Wed 28 Nov, 2007 08:02 pm
Interesting.


What do they taste like?





please dont say chicken
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Green Witch
 
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Reply Wed 28 Nov, 2007 08:04 pm
Similar to sweet potatoes.
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ossobuco
 
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Reply Wed 28 Nov, 2007 08:25 pm
Harvey used to add rutabagas to stews...

(he was The Man, re cooking).
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eoe
 
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Reply Wed 28 Nov, 2007 10:17 pm
Joe Nation wrote:
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


I just saw this
Very Happy Very Happy Very Happy
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Joe Nation
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 04:18 am
eoe: and I just saw your new avatar and said why... I didn't know eoe was in Australia??? Then I looked at it again and Australia turned out to be your hair.

(gotta ask the guy what is in this acid.)

ANYway, I'll bet the Swedes name for root crop products comes from the Scandinavian affection for such foods, partly because they taste good, but mostly because you can grow them almost all year round in the colder climes. And they store in any dark, dry place nearly forever.

Joe(Still not my favorite.)Nation
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eoe
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 12:49 pm
Joe Nation wrote:
eoe: and I just saw your new avatar and said why... I didn't know eoe was in Australia??? Then I looked at it again and Australia turned out to be your hair.

(gotta ask the guy what is in this acid.)


Australia indeed! Shocked
Whassamatter, you don't like my Christmas 'do?
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Chai
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 01:00 pm
you know, I have never had oysters in dressing.

What's that like?
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eoe
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 01:03 pm
Delicious. I make a pretty good one myself.
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sozobe
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 01:05 pm
I love your new avatar, eoe! (And was going to say so before I saw the Australia comment.)

Leftovers were great for the first few days and now I'm tired of them. I STILL have half a pumpkin pie in the fridge. I really didn't think I'd groan at the thought of pumpkin pie, but there was just So Much Food. Still have turkey -- it's going in the garbage soon I think though. Still have a green bean casserole that didn't quite work and nobody liked. All the good stuff is gone (which stands to reason, but...)
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ehBeth
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 01:08 pm
Freezer - turkey in the freezer. You'll be glad you've got turkey bits on a day you need to make a quick casserole or a good weekend soup/stoop/stew.
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eoe
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 01:17 pm
Right! Don't throw away food, Soz!! Who are you? Paris Hilton? Shocked

And thanks! Very Happy
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margo
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 04:29 pm
Joe Nation wrote:
eoe: and I just saw your new avatar and said why... I didn't know eoe was in Australia??? Then I looked at it again and Australia turned out to be your hair.

(gotta ask the guy what is in this acid.)


I'm with Joe.

I thought it looked like Australia too! (kinda). I know we have a new socialist government, but I didn't think we had turned that red quite that quickly!
Shocked Cool
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sozobe
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 04:30 pm
I'm just worried that the turkey is already bad. Should have taken half and frozen it right away. Been distracted.
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eoe
 
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Reply Thu 29 Nov, 2007 05:38 pm
How does it smell? If it's been in the frig, it's probably still good.
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