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Kristen @ St Monica's Bridge

Okay...I am totally with you on Thanksgiving Dinner, in fact, my husband and I make one off season a couple times a year we love it that much :)

Iowamom

Pizza from my hometown. Loaded with onions, italian sausage, mushrooms, and spinach. Yum!

beth

Mmmm.
Conch salad and fresh bakery bread to start.
A selection of perfectly roasted meats - beef, lamb, pork - and the appropriate sides... mint sauce for the lamb, yorkshire pudding and gravy for the beef, apple sauce and for the pork. Crisp crackling from the pork. Extra crunchy roast potatoes. Fresh arugula leaves, lightly dressed.
Super hot and fresh Krispy Kreme doughnuts for dessert.
And maybe a side of bacon, just because.
:)

Grandpa John and Lori

Start with a hot, cheesy mega-pepperoni pizza with a few mushrooms added,a frosty cold draft beer, a bowl of Bluebell coffee ice cream, and a couple of Oreos. Oh, hell, screw dinner. I'm going out!

jadine

Definitely Thanksgiving dinner (minus stuffing --- gross!) Would you share your corn pudding recipe? I've never had that (or even heard of that).

Jennifer

Champagne, porterhouse steak (medium rare), creamed spinach, wide cut french fries with home made mayo, watercress salad, chocolate cake, nice Cab Sauv.

Nelson's Mama

Probably fresh green beans from the garden (cooked with hamhocks), fresh cream style corn, my Dad's tomatoes, cucumbers & onions in vinegar, baked June apples, hot cornbread...food from my childhood.

bama Cheryl

Would you be willing to share your mom's corn pudding? Please???

Kyla

My moms ribs, meatloaf, spaghetti, fried rice and egg rolls my grandmothers potato salad and my own roast chicken. An order of potstickers with extra dipping sauce from Charleston, SC A bowl of tortilla soup and pancakes from Austin, TX and a large cheese pizza from Ashland, WI

Rox

My grandma's spaghetti and meatballs with her homemade bread and green beans with bacon on the side ... and her cherry-filled cookies for dessert. (Too bad I'm gluten-free and can't eat any of it anymore, except for the beans!)

LizP

Mmm ... corn pudding ... sounds intriguing! Would you be willing to post the recipe???

Sabz

Time magazine did a photo essay on last meals on deathrow. People have some interesting choices.

http://www.time.com/time/photogallery/0,29307,2095889,00.html

Ouida Gabriel

Pancit, Lechion and loompia would be my last meal. We only have it at Thanksgiving Dinner. It is so very good. It is a tradition for our family. It works since I am not a big fan of turkey. I like it but not enough for a great holiday like Thanksgiving.

Bethany

Ohhh I didn't know they were going to post a prompt every day. This might at least help... :D

addy

Have we not discissed the 5 major food gourps befre? Coffee, apples, pnut butter, ice cream and chocolate. I will take one of each please and thank you.

Rick

Hands down,a golden platter of fish, and chips, with plenty of salt and vinegar, and lots of ice cold beer!

HCG Drop

Yes, Diet is very important for everyone to maintain good healthy body. Dairy foods like milk, cheese, and yogurt are excellent sources of protein and they also contain valuable calcium that is very helpful for losing weight.

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