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Wednesday, 23 November 2011

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Dennis

Happy day before Thanksgiving Cathy! Sounds like you won't be traveling this year? Hope you all are doing well. Cheers

Carol

Happy Thanksgiving Cathy and to the rest of the mmm-yoso gang!

Cathy

Thanks Dennis. The Mister and I are in San Diego now, but have quite a few events (and travel) coming up. You have a good Thanksgiving Day (and weekend).
Happy Thanksgiving to you and your Mister, Carol!

ed (from Yuma)

Hope y'all had a good Thanksgiving. I just brought some cheeses and salumi from Venissimo to a friend's house. My only cooking was making the gravy, which turned out fine. Nice to have a long weekend.

Cathy

Venissimo! That's where I need to go. What an easy and yummy Thanksgiving for you, ed. Enjoy this short week/long weekend. We're going to watch a football game today.

mizducky

A belated Happy Thanksgiving to you, Cathy, and all the rest of the mmm-yoso crew. Wow, brussels sprouts on the stem, I had no idea TJ's would carry those. Wonder if they have any left? I adore those little mini-cabbages -- roasting has become my favorite way of preparing them, though the bacon method also looks amazing (but then bacon makes just about anything amazing).

Cathy

Hi Miz Ducky, hope you had a good Thanksgiving Day (and week)! Yes, the stemmed Brussels sprouts have been sold at TJs at least the last three years (same price of $3 per stem). I think through Christmas, but am not sure (I haven't needed to go food shopping for about a week and won't need to for a few more days; when milk and half and half finally is gone). Actually the first time we had roasted sprouts left over, years ago, I threw some -roasted and raw- into cooked bacon plus fat to use in an omelette one morning and found that the raw cooked up quite well and made that method of prep somewhat 'regular' for us.

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