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View Poll Results: What will be your main entree for Thanksgiving tomorrow?
Turkey 74 67.89%
Chicken 1 0.92%
Some other bird - duck goose, emu, etc. 0 0%
Beef - Steak 6 5.50%
Beef - Roast 1 0.92%
Beef - Burgers 0 0%
Beef - Other type of beef not listed above 2 1.83%
Pork - Bacon 0 0%
Pork - Chops 0 0%
Pork - Ribs 2 1.83%
Pork - Other type of pork not listed above 1 0.92%
Game meat (elk, deer, roadkill, etc.) 0 0%
Fish 2 1.83%
Non-fish seafood such as shrimp, crab, lobster, etc. 1 0.92%
Tofu 1 0.92%
A non-tofu vegetarian-based entree 3 2.75%
A combination plate such as turducken 0 0%
I am currently undecided. Whatever strikes my fancy tomorrow will be the choice. 2 1.83%
Whatever is in the frozen dinner that's on top of the pile 1 0.92%
I have no idea. Someone else is doing the cooking. 2 1.83%
Other, as described below. 8 7.34%
Nothing - I'm on a fast. 0 0%
Ham 2 1.83%
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Old 11-27-2019, 12:14 PM  
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What will be the main entree of your Thanksgiving meal tomorrow?

Poll coming as soon as that little red thing pops out.

The wife and I are eschewing the traditional turkey in favor off crab legs. Mmmm, crab legs.



Edit: Due to a management oversight, ham was not included as an initial choice and has been added as a category at the bottom of the list.

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Old 11-28-2019, 11:25 PM   #91
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It's called "96 Monsters". My wife bought it when I was out of town. I was initially skeptical, but it's grown on me a lot. I like it now even without lemon drops.
I like her taste. Similar variety.
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Had to look this up. Those look good. Recipe?
Buehler, sorry for not getting back you to sooner was but got busy getting for Thanksgiving and took a break from posting over the holiday weekend.

As it turned out I ended up not making the pizzelles although I bought and have the ingredients, might make them this weekend. They are really good.

We have Pizzelle maker from Villaware which works like a charm, its a older one and just makes two at a time.

The recipe we used came with the maker, Mrs. Paolo's Pizzelles, we half the recipe.

The half recipe is . .

3 eggs
1 cup sugar
1/4 lb of butter (4 tablespoons/half stick)
2 Tablespoons baking powder
3.5 cups of flour
1 teaspoon of Anise extract (you can use vanilla extract)

You beat the eggs and sugar till smooth. Then add cool melted butter and anise. I use a mixmaster.

In a separate bowl I have the flour (which is shifted before measuring) and mix it with the baking powder. I mix it with a whisk. I sometimes shift it again.

I then slowly add the flour/baking powder to the egg mixture. The batter will end up like cookie dough.

I then drop a teaspoon worth of batter into each side of the pizzelle maker an close the top (about a one inch round ball). I time it to get it to the right cook level, not too light not too brown/burnt. Form I remember it like 30-45 seconds, it takes a few times to get to the right level. have not made it since last year.

At this point the pizzelle are pliable and can be shaped. I like them flat so i have two dishes set aside to rest the pizzelle flat so they cool and harden flat, only takes a minute or two.

I then put them in an air tight container with wax paper after they have cooled.
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Buehler, sorry for not getting back you to sooner was but got busy getting for Thanksgiving and took a break from posting over the holiday weekend.

As it turned out I ended up not making the pizzelles although I bought and have the ingredients, might make them this weekend. They are really good.

We have Pizzelle maker from Villaware which works like a charm, its a older one and just makes two at a time.

The recipe we used came with the maker, Mrs. Paolo's Pizzelles, we half the recipe.

The half recipe is . .

3 eggs
1 cup sugar
1/4 lb of butter (4 tablespoons/half stick)
2 Tablespoons baking powder
3.5 cups of flour
1 teaspoon of Anise extract (you can use vanilla extract)

You beat the eggs and sugar till smooth. Then add cool melted butter and anise. I use a mixmaster.

In a separate bowl I have the flour (which is shifted before measuring) and mix it with the baking powder. I mix it with a whisk. I sometimes shift it again.

I then slowly add the flour/baking powder to the egg mixture. The batter will end up like cookie dough.

I then drop a teaspoon worth of batter into each side of the pizzelle maker an close the top (about a one inch round ball). I time it to get it to the right cook level, not too light not too brown/burnt. Form I remember it like 30-45 seconds, it takes a few times to get to the right level. have not made it since last year.

At this point the pizzelle are pliable and can be shaped. I like them flat so i have two dishes set aside to rest the pizzelle flat so they cool and harden flat, only takes a minute or two.

I then put them in an air tight container with wax paper after they have cooled.
Sounds phenomenal. Are you a WOP too? (I'm Sicilian)
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Sounds phenomenal. Are you a WOP too? (I'm Sicilian)
No Abruzzo on my mother's parent's side. Her parents came from Pescara after WW1.

Yah the pizzelle are tasty. I have made biscotti too, i use the recipe from the Ciao Italia.

In both cases i have used vanilla instead of anise, but like the anise more.
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No Abruzzo on my mother's parent's side. Her parents came from Pescara after WW1.

Yah the pizzelle are tasty. I have made biscotti too, i use the recipe from the Ciao Italia.

In both cases i have used vanilla instead of anise, but like the anise more.
No kidding? My Great Grandmother Was born in Narni (also referred to as Narnia), Italy which is in the Terni province. I believe that's fairly close to Abruzzo. Anyway, her family migrated to Palermo, which is where my great grandfather "Piccolo PapÓ (Little Papa)" was born. They migrated after having their children, and my grandfather had to change his name from Rosolino to Russell LOL
My mother, aka "Nonna," was actually the first to be born in America.

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No kidding? My Great Grandmother Was born in Narni (also referred to as Narnia), Italy which is in the Terni province. I believe that's fairly close to Abruzzo. Anyway, her family migrated to Palermo, which is where my great grandfather "Piccolo PapÓ (Little Papa)" was born. They migrated after having their children, and my grandfather had to change his name from Rosolino to Russell LOL
My mother, aka "Nonna," was actually the first to be born in America.

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That is cool about your family.

My grandfather came over in 1915 and then went back to visit family in 1920 and when he came back to US on the boat he met my grandmother. She also shorten her name.
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