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DeadCarp    Posted 11-27-2002 at 18:36:09       [Reply]  [No Email]
After turkey and trimmings, we'll all walk like this, so be careful who you wave at! heh heh


Patria / PR    Posted 11-27-2002 at 18:56:21       [Reply]  [Send Email]
hahahahaha
That one is soooo cute DeadCarp. Thank you.

Is it the same with you ppl? We'll eat turkey for a week after thanksgiving. The leftover, the neighbor will bring some more, the sister-in-law will also bring turkey....and so on.


DeadCarp    Posted 11-27-2002 at 19:06:06       [Reply]  [No Email]
Yeah, the holiday itself is fine, but there ain't enough mayonnaise in the world to doctor-up those blasted sliced turkey sandwiches after a couple weeks! And every time you go to put something in the fridge, you gotta pack it in next to that skeleton! Can't they raise boneless turkeys or something? lol

I wanted to ask you - What do people in PR fix to go with the turkey? Here we have like stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, cranberries & pumpkin pie. With lotsa variations - and a long afternoon nap. :)


Patria / PR    Posted 11-27-2002 at 19:42:37       [Reply]  [Send Email]
Our side dishes are Arroz con Gandules, that would be some sort of stewed rice cooked with all kind of seasonings, little pieces of ham, tomato sause and the main ingredient, green pegeon peas.
Another dish is fryied pork sausage.
Fryied and very well seasoned pork.
Arroz con pollo, this would be similar to the Arroz con gandules but with chicken instead, and no peas.
And potato salad , I'm in charge of this one for tomorrow and that's what I'm doing right now.

For desert we're having chesse flan.
Sometimes we can have the rice and coconut milk flan.
or corn starch and coconut milk custard.

There are some more dishes that right now are slipping my mind.

Funny that you can have time for a nap tomorrow.



DeadCarp    Posted 11-27-2002 at 21:55:57       [Reply]  [No Email]
The pigeon peas are interesting cuz i never tasted them - i'll ask my sister if she ever planted any - she tries Jerusalem artichokes and some weird things, and i found a place in Florida that sells the seeds. I don't know if they'd sprout up here in the cold.

Also, if i may ask, what do you folks put in your potato salad? WE dice stuff like hard boiled eggs, potatoes, cucumber, celery, green pepper and mayonnaise. My Aunt uses a little vinegar/sugar, and that's good too. :)



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