Happy Thanksgiving



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Rhonda Anderson

Guest
Well, it's 10.10pm Thursday night here, so it's early Thursday morning in
the US - so happy Thanksgiving.

I hope those of you in the US have a lovely day with friends and family,
and that all those very delicious sounding menus turn out to taste as good
as they sound.

Rhonda Anderson
Cranebrook, NSW, Australia
 
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Dwayne

Guest
Thank you Rhonda. I realize that since I dont know you this is not the
thing to do, but I would like to ask you for a favor. Would you please eat
too much today. That way I wont be the only one. Thank you in advance.

Dwayne

"Rhonda Anderson" <[email protected]> wrote in message
news:[email protected]
> Well, it's 10.10pm Thursday night here, so it's early Thursday morning in
> the US - so happy Thanksgiving.
>
> I hope those of you in the US have a lovely day with friends and family,
> and that all those very delicious sounding menus turn out to taste as good
> as they sound.
>
> Rhonda Anderson
> Cranebrook, NSW, Australia
 
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Mr Libido Incognito

Guest
Rhonda Anderson wrote on 24 Nov 2005 in rec.food.cooking

> Well, it's 10.10pm Thursday night here, so it's early Thursday morning
> in the US - so happy Thanksgiving.
>
> I hope those of you in the US have a lovely day with friends and
> family, and that all those very delicious sounding menus turn out to
> taste as good as they sound.
>
> Rhonda Anderson
> Cranebrook, NSW, Australia
>


So do I...Happy Turkey Day !!

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But the ears...Ah the ears.
The ears keep the hat up.
 
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Wayne Boatwright

Guest
On Thu 24 Nov 2005 04:11:01a, Thus Spake Zarathustra, or was it Rhonda
Anderson?

> Well, it's 10.10pm Thursday night here, so it's early Thursday morning in
> the US - so happy Thanksgiving.
>
> I hope those of you in the US have a lovely day with friends and family,
> and that all those very delicious sounding menus turn out to taste as good
> as they sound.
>
> Rhonda Anderson
> Cranebrook, NSW, Australia


Thank you, Rhonda. Have a great non-turkey day there in Australia as well.
I'll have an extra helping just for yu! :)

--
Wayne Boatwright *¿*
_____________________________________________

A chicken in every pot is a *LOT* of chicken!
 
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Michael \Dog3\ Lonergan

Guest
Rhonda Anderson <[email protected]> looking for trouble wrote in
news:[email protected]:

> Well, it's 10.10pm Thursday night here, so it's early Thursday morning
> in the US - so happy Thanksgiving.
>
> I hope those of you in the US have a lovely day with friends and
> family, and that all those very delicious sounding menus turn out to
> taste as good as they sound.
>
> Rhonda Anderson
> Cranebrook, NSW, Australia


Thanks from Steven and myself Rhonda. I'm sitting here listening to All The
Seasons from George Winston. Just got the bird in. I'll put some brown
sugar, pineapple and cloves on the ham and heat it. For the most part, as
someone else said, it cooks itself. I don't know why I stress myself out. I
need to learn to enjoy more. This music is a fave of mine. It's relaxing
and does my spirits a world of good. I'll be leaving next week. I'm
spending time at my friend Kris'. She has a huge horse farm in Springfield
MO. She needs me and I need her. I'll take Ramsey with me. Then I'll meet
Steven at my parent's home, well, my mom's home in Springfield IL. I'm 50
this year and not feeling it ;)

Michael

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All gramatical errors and misspellings due to Ramsey the cyber kitten. He
now owns all keyboards and computing devices in the household and has the
final say on what is, or is not, posted.
Send email to dog30 at charter dot net
 
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Debbie

Guest
I'll add my Thanksgiving Greetings to my neighbours to the south as well!
Have a wonderful day.

Debbie
 
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Damsel in dis Dress

Guest
On Thu, 24 Nov 2005 13:02:53 GMT, "Michael \"Dog3\" Lonergan"
<[email protected]> wrote:

>Thanks from Steven and myself Rhonda. I'm sitting here listening to All The
>Seasons from George Winston. Just got the bird in. I'll put some brown
>sugar, pineapple and cloves on the ham and heat it. For the most part, as
>someone else said, it cooks itself. I don't know why I stress myself out. I
>need to learn to enjoy more. This music is a fave of mine. It's relaxing
>and does my spirits a world of good


I don't have that GW disc. Is it a good one? I have four others and
love them. David Lanz is even better listening.

Carol
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Wash away the gray to respond.
 
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Arri London

Guest
Rhonda Anderson wrote:
>
> Well, it's 10.10pm Thursday night here, so it's early Thursday morning in
> the US - so happy Thanksgiving.
>
> I hope those of you in the US have a lovely day with friends and family,
> and that all those very delicious sounding menus turn out to taste as good
> as they sound.
>
> Rhonda Anderson
> Cranebrook, NSW, Australia



Thank you Ms Anderson! The 'other' Happy Thanksgiving was only addressed
to 'citizens of the United States'. That seemed a trifle offputting to
those of us who live in the US and are not citizens LOL.

We had cornish hens (a small chicken-type thing) roasted over
vegetables, sweet potatoes, carrot/apple puree, green beans and
stuffing-baked-in-a-dish.
 
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Damsel in dis Dress

Guest
On Thu, 24 Nov 2005 16:26:00 -0700, Arri London <[email protected]>
wrote:

>Thank you Ms Anderson! The 'other' Happy Thanksgiving was only addressed
>to 'citizens of the United States'. That seemed a trifle offputting to
>those of us who live in the US and are not citizens LOL.


Sorry. I meant everyone who lives here. Chose the wrong word. I
apologize.

Carol
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Wash away the gray to respond.
 
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Arri London

Guest
Damsel in dis Dress wrote:
>
> On Thu, 24 Nov 2005 16:26:00 -0700, Arri London <[email protected]>
> wrote:
>
> >Thank you Ms Anderson! The 'other' Happy Thanksgiving was only addressed
> >to 'citizens of the United States'. That seemed a trifle offputting to
> >those of us who live in the US and are not citizens LOL.

>
> Sorry. I meant everyone who lives here. Chose the wrong word. I
> apologize.
>
> Carol
>


Thank you.