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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
PostPosted: Fri Nov 23, 2012 9:13 pm 
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That's fucking awesome.

Myrtle Beach Sushi?

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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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No cooking for us. We went out to our favorite restaurant that was serving a Thanksgiving meal. Turns out you could order from their normal menu as well so we did that. Why eat dry turkey if you don't like it? I stuffed myself with my favorite foods from that place and it was awesome.



We went out a couple of years back, and I felt pretty bad about myself.


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That's why you eat the dark meat.

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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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The last of the Thanksgiving leftovers are going down as I type. The setting is as it should be for this sort of thing. Late at night, alone, slightly buzzed on red wine, and Arlo Guthrie spinning on the turntable. Good night, America, how are you?


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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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i really do love the holidays

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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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I do too, but I get the feeling that your tongue is close to the inside of your cheek there. If that's the case, I can't say I don't share that sentiment, but as you can see, my relationship with the holidays is a little more complex.


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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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I ordered Chinese food tonight because I just couldn't eat any more turkey.

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tongue-out-of-cheek there man

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Oh, well then forget I said anything.


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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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This is what the holidays are all about.

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This is what the holidays are all about.

what chinese did you get? i suspect our preferences for chinese diverge.

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Under fun's new administration, the holidays become a way to go deep inside yourself and illuminate precisely the stuff you don't want to see or let anyone else see, and this stuff usually turns out (paradoxically) to be precisely the stuff we all share and respond to, feel.


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my neighbors were going to throw out their turkey carcass but I took it, froze it, and will make a broth at some point


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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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Doug RR wrote:
my neighbors were going to throw out their turkey carcass but I took it, froze it, and will make a broth at some point

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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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thodoks wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
This is what the holidays are all about.

what chinese did you get? i suspect our preferences for chinese diverge.

I went basic and just got an order of pork lo mein and some spicy salt baked chicken wings. I usually hate chinese food chicken wings but these ones are fantastic.

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cutuphalfdead wrote:
thodoks wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
This is what the holidays are all about.

what chinese did you get? i suspect our preferences for chinese diverge.

I went basic and just got an order of pork lo mein and some spicy salt baked chicken wings. I usually hate chinese food chicken wings but these ones are fantastic.


the only bad chicken wing no matter the culture is an undercooked one


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cutuphalfdead wrote:
thodoks wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
This is what the holidays are all about.

what chinese did you get? i suspect our preferences for chinese diverge.

I went basic and just got an order of pork lo mein and some spicy salt baked chicken wings. I usually hate chinese food chicken wings but these ones are fantastic.

describe your enthusiasm for all things szechuan

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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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Speaking of bad chinese food, I ordered this duck the other day that was dry as hell. I did not like it.

I'd never ordered duck from a chinese restaurant before. Did I get a bad one, or is it universally accepted that duck isn't the way to go when it comes to culinary chink?


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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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Doug RR wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
thodoks wrote:
cutuphalfdead wrote:
This is what the holidays are all about.

what chinese did you get? i suspect our preferences for chinese diverge.

I went basic and just got an order of pork lo mein and some spicy salt baked chicken wings. I usually hate chinese food chicken wings but these ones are fantastic.


the only bad chicken wing no matter the culture is an undercooked one

With chinese food you're just wasting time with the chicken wings. Unless they're the spicy salt baked wings from Imperial Terrace over on Sea St.

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 Post subject: Re: Thanksgiving Food
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there was a fantastic vietnamese place in philadelphia (not so ironically called "vietnam") that had spectacular spicy salt-baked chicken and vegetables. one of my favorite dishes to this day.

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