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Sunday, November 22, 2009

Time To Talk Turkey (and sides).

Posted By on Sun, Nov 22, 2009 at 7:19 PM


The annual celebration of gluttony comes this Thursday, as Americans make the trek to ancestral homes to gather and consume mass quantities of fowl flesh and pork parts and their accompanying edibles.

Or, as we more usually call it, Thanksgiving.

So, what's on the menu at your place?  What comes with your average turkey or ham?  And do you have a recipe to share?  Feel free to post your favorites here -- or, if you'd like me to post it with a photo, drop me a line at kat@tiedyetravels.com.  I'll be sharing recipes throughout the week.

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