Happy Turkey Day!!!!! to "Everyone"


B00Mer
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I hope this holiday weekend all of you are able to be with family, have a nice dinner and be safe a warm at home, Happy Thanksgiving everyone..

"As we express our gratitude, we must never forget that the highest appreciation is not to utter words, but to live by them." John Fitzgerald Kennedy
 
Liberalman
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Happy Thankgiving Everybody
 
Ron in Regina
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I sort'a expected a PETA ad snuck in here. Thank You everyone for not
going that direction. There's enough PC (& not so PC) assault on the
traditions and Holidays in North America without that too.
 
B00Mer
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Quote: Originally Posted by Ron in ReginaView Post

I sort'a expected a PETA ad snuck in here. Thank You everyone for not
going that direction. There's enough PC (& not so PC) assault on the
traditions and Holidays in North America without that too.

Really, hold the door and invite PETA in..

You're sorta like FoxNews and CNN trying to make news, where there is no news..









 
In Between Man
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#5
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Even with our disagreements I'm thankful for all you guys, had a blast so far.
 
IdRatherBeSkiing
+1
#6
Happy Thanksgiving.

WKRP "Turkey's Away" - YouTube
 
shadowshiv
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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, whether you are a CC Member or just a guest visiting!
 
SLM
#8
Happy Thanksgiving!
 
CDNBear
#9
We had ours last night. Our little tradition.

But at any rate, happy thanksgiving folks.

Quote: Originally Posted by LiberalmanView Post

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Not likely.

Wild turkey's don't make for good roasting whole. The drumsticks in the cooked bird pick are not wild turkey drumsticks. Which are generally spindly and small, while the bulk of the body meat is thin and very dry. The breast is usually the only part of the bird used for cooking whole. The rest is best used for sausages or turkey jerky.

A better representation of the average bird used for thanksgiving would be...




From left to right... a typical mass produced broad-breasted white domestic, a blue slate domestic, an auburn domestic and a male broad-breasted white.
 
tay
#10
Proclamation and Observance of General Thanksgiving Days and reasons therefore.



Canadian Heritage - Proclamation and Observance of General Thanksgiving Days
 
captain morgan
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Quote: Originally Posted by CDNBearView Post

A better representation of the average bird used for thanksgiving would be...




From left to right... a typical mass produced broad-breasted white domestic, a blue slate domestic, an auburn domestic and a male broad-breasted white.


You can always opt for a Wild Turkey




 
Machjo
#12
Happy thanksgiving day, Turkeys... oh, sorry, all but the Turkeys.
 
taxslave
#13
Happy turkey day everyone. And a fine day it is too. Sun coming up over the ocean.

Made me think of how our traditions got started back east somewhere. Out here if one was to have a feast there would be smoked salmon, several other types of seafood and a deer or two on the BBQ.
 
JaneBlonde
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Happy "Gobble Till You Wobble" Day!
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eh1eh
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Enjoying the spoils already. Cold turkey sandwich with mayo for lunch today. Ahhh!
 
Liberalman
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Quote: Originally Posted by captain morganView Post

You can always opt for a Wild Turkey




If you have that wild turkey you will be half baked.
 
gopher
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Quote: Originally Posted by LiberalmanView Post

If you have that wild turkey you will be half baked.



That's how to really celebrate.

My best to all!


 
spaminator
#18
I hope everyone had a happy thanksgiving.

 
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