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Thread: Favorite Meal for Celebrating

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    Super Member DonnaC's Avatar
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    When my mom was alive, she always cooked a full turkey (Thanksgiving) dinner on my birthday, which is in February. It's the perfect time of year because it's far enough away from the holidays that everyone enjoyed having it again. I miss my mom.

    There's a local restaurant that serves a turkey dinner on certain days. I should go there and treat myself sometime, because there's no way I'm cooking that dinner for one person!!

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    Any meal in any restaurant is my idea of celebrating. Since I'm on the Gulf Coast, usually we hit a seafood restaurant. I love not having to mess up the kitchen and clean it up. Though I do occasionally make "comfort meals", just because.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SusieQOH View Post
    I have to say sushi. I love it. That's one thing my husband doesn't make.
    For going out Sushi is my fave too and sashimi, followed closely by Hibachi table teppanyaki meals. I am a good cook so most fancy meals I can make myself but I have not tried my hand at making my own sushi. For celebration meals, I like something out of the ordinary, something that I only cook a few times a year. Prime Rib, Tenderloin of beef, Rack of Lamb, Duck Confit are all some of the special celebration meals I like. Unfortunately my husband is not a fan of duck and lamb which happen to be two of my favorites, so I reserve those dishes when my brother comes to visit and fix DH a pork chop or a steak. I almost always make a Caesar Salad to go with and get input on other sides from the other diners or guest of honor.

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