Discussion in 'Blazers OT Forum' started by ehizzy3, Nov 9, 2020.
I didn't think you'd have enough pokemon cards to hire them bro
Those lightsabers are pretty boss
These are PORTLAND nerds bro.....they're seasoned pros
true fact...when I first read that sentence I was thinking you were talking about crackers as a side dish....another Ritz joke maybe
I always end up getting crackers and cheese at the last minute
then for desert, go have an angioplasty
I had Robuchon Potato puree a few years back at one of his spots in vegas (the cheaper one) its like a 2:1 potato to butter ratio. Insanely good.
That sounds like a Julia Childs recipe...she was a butter fanatic.
Green bean casserole is good if made with fresh green beans. If it’s canned green beans it’s soggy garbage.
Do you sit at the kids table or adult table?
I’ve lived in Oregon all my life except for a stint in the Air Force. I’ve never once had biscuits as a Thanksgiving side dish. Sweet potato casserole and cranberry jello. And stuffing. And mashed potatoes. Green bean casserole.
Kids. We all take our food downstairs to the family room. Have tables set up and TV. All the older folk are in the dining room and kitchen
Stuffing is the best, but if we're counting mac & cheese, I'll go with that.
Hot apple cider with a cinnamon stick
Honestly I'd be happy eating only stuffing on Thanksgiving. It's by far the best part.
But I do have to say that I have indeed had biscuits slathered in gravy on Thanksgiving.
The side dish I bring varies each year, but they all share a couple things in common: lots of cleavage and short skirts.
Our side dishes are always cranberry sauce, dressing, mashed potatoes, gravy and candied yams, sometimes green bean casserole and always pumpkin pie with whipped cream. A nice white wine like a German Riesling. Oh, and beer and football.
The bourbon bread pudding sounds fabulous. Pineapple upside down cake would also be wonderful. Pumpkin pie is always a hit. Dammit, it all makes my mouth water.
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