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MikeS.

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Happy Turkey Day Thu, 11/27/03 1:25 AM (permalink)
Let me be the first to wish all of you a Happy Thanksgiving. I hope all of you have as much to be thankful for as I and mine do.

God bless all of you!

Mike Shell
 
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    Bushie

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    RE: Happy Turkey Day Fri, 11/28/03 4:22 PM (permalink)
    Well, you aren't the first:

    http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1969

    But, G-d bless you, too.
     
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      MikeS.

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      RE: Happy Turkey Day Sat, 11/29/03 1:57 AM (permalink)
      quote:
      Originally posted by Bushie

      Well, you aren't the first:

      http://www.roadfood.com/Forums/topic.asp?TOPIC_ID=1969

      But, G-d bless you, too.


      WAS TOO the first! i95 posted on 11/24 I posted on 11/27 the actual Turkey day, so there

      11/24 didn't count, so double there

      OK, I'll quit being childish now

      Mike
       
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        Bushie

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        RE: Happy Turkey Day Sat, 11/29/03 7:26 PM (permalink)
        Ah, my mistake.
         
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          carlton pierre

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          RE: Happy Turkey Day Mon, 10/4/04 8:44 AM (permalink)
          I'll be celebrating with a group of old college buddies. We've been getting together the week before Thanksgiving for the past 30 years, usually around Oxford, OH @ Hueston Woods. From Calif., Hawaii, Tenn, and OH we'll get together with our wives, kids, ex-wives, etc. Cook a turkey on the Webber grill, listen to music, and talk politics.

          carl reitz
           
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            Danmel

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            RE: Happy Turkey Day Mon, 10/4/04 2:14 PM (permalink)
            quote:
            Originally posted by pogophiles

            Mike -- You can be first this year IF YOU HURRY!!!


            Well we can be first in wishing our neighbors to the North a Happy Thanksgiving. Canadian Thanksgiving is nest MOnday (Oct 11). Happy Thanksgiving Canadians! Bon Thanksgiving,
             
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              Goose

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              RE: Happy Turkey Day Mon, 10/4/04 2:42 PM (permalink)
              what's the traditional meal for T-Day in Canada?

               
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                Goose

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                RE: Happy Turkey Day Mon, 10/4/04 3:43 PM (permalink)
                sauce for the gander, right?
                 
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                  UncleVic

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                  RE: Happy Turkey Day Mon, 10/4/04 3:44 PM (permalink)
                  Goose under Glass for that Canadian T-Day!
                   
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                    chezkatie

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                    RE: Happy Turkey Day Mon, 10/4/04 3:54 PM (permalink)
                    quote:
                    Originally posted by Goose

                    what's the traditional meal for T-Day in Canada?




                    I would like to say that it is traditional to serve moose steaks and sugar tarts but all of my Canadian friends serve Turkey and pumpkin pie
                     
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