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Thanksgiving Dinner, what is yours?

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  • but I love this topic! I love to read all of the different ways that everyone spends their holiday and what they serve. I also appreciate the new ideas.

    I also have to admit something to you all. I've never had or even tried a green bean casserole in my life. I've never even seen one! Sounds nut's, right? :D
  • Well, we've always had the Traditional Turkey, Mashed Potatoes, Green Beens, Gravy, forgot some of the other stuff.

    The Holiday itself? I've never been crazy about it being of Native American extract. I imagine my ancestors standing on the Eastern Seaboard shores seeing those first ships turning up and thinking, 'Well? There goes the neighborhood!'

    Ken GreyEagle
    Western Band Cherokee
    Greyeagle
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  • Thats how I feel... the way I see it, go ahead and bring your home made cranberries, but bring the canned ones too!!! I'll eat em both!
  • With my hubby's air force buddies. My mom really enjoyed cooking for the boys.

    And it really was Thanksgiving, since these kids couldn't get home to their families
  • See how incredibly special it is to share the holidays with someone who would otherwise be alone or eating at Denny's? We had a friend whom we found out after the holiday that he and his two small boys had dinner at Jack in the Box. We invited him to spend the Christmas holidays with us but he luckily had somewhere else to go. Lucky for him I mean! But this just broke my heart!
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  • That last sentence made me crack up! =))
  • I have quite a bit of Cherokee in my own blood. You could really see it in my grandmother and her father. You can only see it in me with my high cheek bones! Otherwise, the Irish shows through a lot and gave me lily white skin. I would prefer the olive complexion of my mom, (a little bit) and grandma. Way too beautiful!
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