Friday, January 15, 2010

Big Green Egg Table Design What Do You Eat At Thanksgiving?

What do you eat at Thanksgiving? - big green egg table design

We give a great Turkey (Turkey with gravy in a bowl, then it is optional), drain a honey ham, green beans (i can and cooked in stewed tomatoes), sweet potatoes, mashed potatoes, corn, peas, asparagus, crab, Brussels sprouts, blueberries, cabbage, macaroni and cheese, bread, pecan pie, pumpkin pie, salads, seafood, corn bread stuffing, salad, beans, lettuce, potatoes, carrots, brown sugar, shrimp, egg salad, coleslaw, and much more .

If you hike, why eat so much? Well, I have 5 children, so that my family has 7 people in it. We, my parents and my in-laws, brothers and husbands, her husband and 4 children, my aunt and uncle in the neighborhood, and my sister and her Daugh. That 21 people! We had a couple of years several large picnic tables to buy .. Adults and children eat at the big table to eat at the picnic table will be covered on a large table.

15 comments:

fgh said...

We eat turkey every Thanksgiving.

chefgril... said...

Turkey or Cornish hens, homemade stuffing, potatoes with garlic mashed potatoes and green bean pot. And a green salad with house vinaigrette. It's just us eat them, so much!

Panic! lover said...

We have a turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and juice it in peace, sweet potatoes, sweet potatoes cooked Carret, homemade bread, cakes and various cranbarries.

The Cruise said...

We also have potted broccoli, cranberry sauce at home.

Sunshine said...

We had a Thanksgiving dinner last year and have the same strange this year. It was easy, but my family and I loved him. My daughter has done what we call "Goop". For many (usually double or triple, depending) on the number of people who cook a pound of ground beef with some chopped onions, then add a half-kilo bag of cooked noodles and drank wide, everyone can cream chicken, cream of mushroom and cream of celery and a can of milk. Heat thoroughly, and it is absolutely delicious. With "Goop" We had peas, corn, cranberry sauce and deviled eggs. It was so beautiful. We were so full that we desserts, cookies and chocolate chip brownie was eaten later in the day. Meat pie, I would have liked, but I'm the only one in my family loves.

devil_qu... said...

have almost the same extent. at least two things.

devil_qu... said...

have almost the same extent. at least two things.

lou said...

1. Turkey and Dressing
2. Ham
3. Fried Cream Corn
4. purple hull peas
5. Green bean casserole
6. Brwon hash casserole
7. Sweet Potato Casserole
8. Squash casserole
9. Broccoli
10. sauage Balls
11. 7 Layer Salad
12. deviled eggs
13. Roles
14. Cakes
15. Cakes
16. Cookies
17. Gelatin Fruit Salad
18. , Diet Coke, iced tea and coffee!

too cool for you said...

Turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, mash, squash, etc.

robertha... said...

Usually Chicken Pizza Order w / garlic.

krazy kat said...

Sounds good to us this year to Turkey and a few pages of kitchen and goes to a cabin in the woods a lot of hot chocolate and her immediate family simply can not wait

krazy kat said...

Sounds good to us this year to Turkey and a few pages of kitchen and goes to a cabin in the woods a lot of hot chocolate and her immediate family simply can not wait

mrt said...

We have more of the same, minus the fish and rice, a little Spanish. Sometimes our family is so large that we must turn to eat!

{Jane™} said...

Thanks to my mother every home meade kitchen. We have over 30 people, also. food, mashed potatoes, sweet potatoes, millions of cakes, turkey, ham, bread, bicuets, fruit, broccilie, ice cream, spoon bread, hominy, green beans, and I could go one by one. They eat almost anything.

the girl said...

I like stuffed Turkey, Brussels sprouts, green beans, wild rice with mushrooms, chestnuts, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce from fresh cranberries and pumpkin pie and whipped cream.

This year is the fifth country to celebrate Thanksgiving, however, and found that the best thanks to share with people you love and for what you have is appreciated. But it is always useful, a dish of Thanksgiving, but with a twist. A year in the Middle East does not pomegranate sauce instead of cranberry sauce and it was fantastic!

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