Save a slice of pumpkin pie and a turkey leg for me, please Miss Kitty! ;)
I think we all ate more then we thought we would, but it saved having to fix a bite at supper time, we were all still full from dinner. I told them if anyone was hungry, go take something from the frig and either eat it cold or warm in the microwave. Eat it on a paper plate and rinse the silverware, don't just let it lay dirty in the sink. Have a great evening.
Sorry Lee, I do not like pumpkin pie nor turkey leg, so you can have both. I cooked 2 turkey breast and a pound cake. PeacePattyLOL I had our meal at 1:30 and advised all the same as you did. Left overs and paper plates for dinner if you want any. Everyone in this house would not dare leave a dirty dish in my sink. I would ban them from the Kitchen for Life. Mean ole Kitty Justice. Hope your Thanksgiving was a great as ours. Peace
Well, I did all right out of that one! ;)To be honest with you, Miss Kitty...I'm not partial to pumpkin pie, either. I've only ever made it once...and that was the first Thanksgiving, the year my soon-to-be-husband (now ex) returned to Aus after living in New York for nigh on nine years. And I didn't like it much...he did; but I doubt he's had one since...and that was 37 years ago!! ;)Pumpkin pie isn't eaten here Down Under very often...very rarely. It's not high up on our menus.I love pumpkin, roasted or mashed...roasted is my favourite. And we do use pumpkin when making pumpkin scones.Turkey...I can take or leave. I like turkey, but never consider it for whatever reason. I've given up cooking hot Christmas lunches nowadays (done enough of all that over the past years). These days I opt for a cold platters of fresh, succulent seafood. And come winter...I never think about having turkey.
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