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    -For Thanksgiving? Will you be cooking? Traveling to family members? Staying at home and shutting the world out?

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    We will be staying home!

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    Staying home waiting for DH to get in for the weekend, I hope.

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    I will be watching over my kids cook this year I so look forward to it they both are wonderful cooks!

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    Going to my nephew's house. I don't even have to bring anything but I will probably make up a batch of easy fudge - gotta have some chocolate :D

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    DIL's folks will host Thanksgiving and we usually host Christmas dinners

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    Buffet and Casino for us - :-)

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    Staying home, eating turkey and the trimmings all weeend... sewing too :D:D:D

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    going to do some hours at the food bank. Son needs the service hours for school. Eating at home.

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    Sister is coming by train to my house, we're both going to a much loved niece's house out of town. She said to bring nothing but I'm making some of my famous Mini Cheese Burger Cookies (Recipe on the Internet) and some old fashioned German Deviled Eggs. Sister will probably make some of her much asked for Peanut Butter pies..I refuse to eat peanut butter so it all will be intact when we get there.

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    I just wait to see who invites me.

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    Heading out of town to spend it with my family :D

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    Staying home, shutting the world out, but making our own T-giving dinner.

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    I'm driving about 10 minutes down the road to my folks house.

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    Staying home, me fixing dinner and us goofing off the rest of the day. We usually play games after dinner or pass out.. whichever comes first! Friday we set up the tree!!

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    Staying home fixing a small Thanksgiving dinner.

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    They'll be all here and I am cooking for 18 sofar.

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    We're invited to the first Thanksgiving at the new house of our German friends. I got an email today that it will be traditional.

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    Heading for the Knoxville TN area to my sisters. Stopping in Paducah on the way for fun quilty stuff. And going to a quilt shop in K-ville too.

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    Heading 4 hours out of town to spend with family.....there will be 20 of us. Everyone brings a thing or two, and we have just the best time ever! Can't wait for the fun to begin☺

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    Cooking...cooking and more cooking! But...I love it!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by amandasgramma
    Staying home, shutting the world out, but making our own T-giving dinner.
    That's what DH and I will be doing this year, I plan to finish up some quilting projects while the turkey cooks. May in Jersey

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    We will be at home. DH and son hunting in the morning while i am cooking. Everyone is coming for dinner at 3:00. Should be fun and very noisy! Love the Holidays!

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    Staying home. Cooking. Relaxing. Sewing. Napping.

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    Staying home, cooking the whole meal myself but only for 4 people. Just us and one of my brothers. I cook a pretty big meal---enough to send leftovers home with John and still have some here. We have a couple of traditions like Grandpa Jello, fried corn, and lemon meringue pie. Our grandpa only had two teeth and grandma worried about him not eating enough fruit so she made red Jello with finely diced apples in it. She poured it over the apples before adding the cold water so that the heat would soften the tiny bits of apple. To make fried corn I just cook bacon until it's really crispy, remove it from the skillet, pour out some of the grease then put a couple cans of drained corn in and cook it until it starts to brown. I crumble the bacon on top of it just before serving. Unhealthy I know but that's why it's a Thanksgiving tradition---I only serve it once a year.

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