who wants Lasanga?

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    made 3 trays for thanksgiving, I'll leave one out for you kids:eusa_angel:....

    but clean up after yourselves!! I aint yo momma.....:evil:
     

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    That is the big problem with Lasagne. Fun to cook, good eating. Such a mess afterwards
     
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    That looks so good! There are times I wish I'd an Italian mama, Irish moms are not the best cooks. :lol: We don't have lasagna at Thanksgiving, but I've always done baked mostaccioli for Christmas Eve.
     
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    I always made lasagne for Thanksgiving. One traditional, one meatless, one white.

    Now it's a family feud over schedules for two weeks prior, then packing up the kiddos and the pies and doing the carefully orchestrated tour of three different houses and turkeys. And none of us really even like turkey. *sigh*
     
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    For a long time we bounced between Clam Chowder and Spaghetti for thanksgiving.

    Unless you are really good at poultry, Turkey is a turkey.

    but hot soup on a cold day is da bomb.
     
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    I make a lot of homemade soup in the fall and winter. There's just something about having that big pot simmering on the stove for hours, and of course I stock the freezer with it so there's always a quick homemade meal.

    I think my kids would feel ripped off with regular old spaghetti for a holiday, otherwise that sounds like a great idea. :lol:
     
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    Yum! Thanks!
     
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    I love turkey and all the trimmings. Luckily it's something my mom did very well. Now my SIL's mom does, but it's the same except for the dressing. We have the 'Norman Rockwell' sort of Thanksgiving, always have.

    Turkey
    ham
    2 types of dressing: one sausage, one oyster
    usually 3 types of potato dishes
    4 or more types of types of veggies
    at least 5 types of salads
    lots of condiments, from olives to cranapples
    gravy, with and without giblets
    several types of breads
    too many desserts, but always pumpkin and pecan pies included

    Christmas Eve and Christmas Day dinners, very different.
     
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    That looks really, really good! My brother's first wife was Italian and they always did lasagna on Thanksgiving. Fish too (maybe that was Christmas?)

    We have turkey once a year. The hubs is one of 7 kids and they had turkey much more frequently cause it fed everyone. Hence, the hubs is not a fan of turkey. <sigh>

    My favorite thing about turkey at all the trimmings? Leftovers!
     

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