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    I'm browsing some really good looking recipes to make for Thanksgiving (its my first TurkeyDay cooking myself.)

    What are some dishes you're cooking? Feel free to share recipes as well.

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    mashed potatoes

    tear bag
    add boiling hot water
    stir
    mashed potatoes
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    Um my family pretty much does the same every year:

    Turkey
    Mashed Potatoes
    Sweet mashed potatoes
    Candy yams
    Corn
    Squash
    Sausage stuffing
    Peas
    Cranberry sauce
    Blue jello (tradition I started when I was a little kid)
    Buttered rolls
    "I have to turn my swag off so I don't wake up covered in p***y" HazeMyth

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    Anyone know a good prime rib recipe? Im not really a fan of the bird!!

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    We just picked up our 5lb turkey (just my wife and I), potatoes for mashing, sweet potatoes for something and stuffing.

    Its my favorite holiday out of all of them and I cant wait.

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    Traditional Charlie Brown meal with Skinny Pop popcorn, cave aged New Zealand cheese, fruit and assorted vegetables.

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