FOOD THREAD VOL. GRUB LIFE

lawdog1

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Ms. lawdog was unexpectedly discharged today, so I whipped up what I could for Thanksgiving -
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Vegetarian Stuffing.
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Garlic/Cheddar Mashed Potatoes
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Mushroom Gravy
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Banana Meringue Pie (Courtesy Marie Calendars)
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Boiled Chicken Thighs
for the dogs
 

lawdog1

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Happy Thanksgiving NT Food Thread. Blessings to you & each and every one of your families & friends. Y'all good ppls. Even the ones who may get annoying once in a while, that includes me 😁. lawdog1 lawdog1 wish your family an amazing holiday & smooth recovery with the good news. Enjoy the holidays.

Went the non traditional route this year.
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I rarely feel the impulse to un-vegetarian, but those ribs are looking good.
 
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lawdog1 lawdog1

I come in peace.

But isn't the default form of stuffing/dressing, "vegetarian?" :lol:

I just laughed when you said that. Yea I know you can put meats in there.
 

lawdog1

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lawdog1 lawdog1

I come in peace.

But isn't the default form of stuffing/dressing, "vegetarian?" :lol:

I just laughed when you said that. Yea I know you can put meats in there.
Not necessarily. The main constituents like the bread and celery are usually cooked in broth before being stuffed in the bird. If it’s chicken or beef broth, it wouldn’t be vegetarian. I used vegetable broth.
 
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Not necessarily. The main constituents like the bread and celery are usually cooked in broth before being stuffed in the bird. If it’s chicken or beef broth, it wouldn’t be vegetarian. I used vegetable broth.
I got you. My fault.

No disrespect.
 
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Brother had his first Thanksgiving at his new home. Had traditional turkey and ham. Surprisingly good green bean casserole was the best dish. Not picture worthy lol
 
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Message to all, especially home owners.

FOX 5 DC
How to avoid Brown Friday after your Thanksgiving Day meal


Everybody’s heard of Black Friday, but have you heard of Brown Friday? If not, consider yourself lucky. FOX 5's Josh Rosenthal explains.

Everybody’s heard of Black Friday, but have you heard of Brown Friday? If not, consider yourself lucky.

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"I know Friday as Black Friday," explained WSSC Water Spokesperson Lyn Riggins. "Plumbers know Friday as Brown Friday, and that’s because it’s one of their busiest days of the year."

The reason? Cooking those turkeys creates a lot of grease, and if you put that grease down the drain, Riggins said you could be asking for a very messy problem.

READ MORE: 3 easy Thanksgiving recipes to test out this holiday weekend

"People think that you can dump that grease down the sink and, ‘I’ll just follow it with some hot water and some soap and it’ll break it up.’ It’s gonna push it a little bit further down the line, but at some point, that grease is gonna harden in the pipe, and the next time you go to flush that toilet, it’s gonna hit that dam of grease that’s blocked up the sewer line, and it’s going to back up probably into your basement, and it is going to be messy, disgusting, and expensive to fix," Riggins says.

Instead, the experts say to can the grease, cool it, and toss it into the trash. Otherwise, "Brown Friday" could be a problem.

"That’s scary," grocery shopper Katherine Gilreath said Wednesday evening after learning the term. "Clearly people do not know what to do with their grease."




Kills grease, sugar snakes, gnats, drain flys and fruit flys in sinks.
 

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At Wolfgangs on Greenwich in NYC

Porterhouse (med rare)
Creamed spinach
Sautéed mushrooms

not pictured:
For appetizers, we got:

Thick cut bacon
Tuna tartare
Tomatoes and mozz

And in the pic, off to the right, there was lobster mac.
Was so happy with the meal and most importantly, my mom enjoyed it.
 
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