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Old 11-18-2005, 05:44 PM   #11
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Out of curiousity, what would you have for trimmings to "dress" your NY pastrami???
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LOL. A knish and a bottle of Dr. Browns Cream Soda. Sour pickles and hot cherry peppers. Mmmm making me hungry.
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or....we could shake things up and try that wonderful Jones Salmon Soda. hehehe
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LOL. A knish and a bottle of Dr. Browns Cream Soda. Sour pickles and hot cherry peppers. Mmmm making me hungry.
:P That DOES sound gooood.... slurp
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Now, I'm hungry!
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If Benjamin Franklin had had his way, the national bird of the United States would have been the wild turkey rather than the American Bald Eagle. This would have undoubtedly changed our Thanksgiving menu.
Hmmm, I wonder how bald eagle with cranberry stuffing and giblet gravy tastes ?

I wouldn't mind having fresh pheasant instead of turkey. I had pheasant many years ago in a restaurant in Philadelphia, but I've never seen it on a menu since.

I'd also like to try one of the so-called 'heritage' turkeys. They're supposed to be more juicy and flavorful - similar to the turkeys that the first settlers would have eaten - not at all like the mass produced butterballs.
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Good one Andy. Did you know that my state, New York was the first state to adopt Thanksgiving as an annual custom in 1817? And, in 1620 the settlers on the Mayflower were looking for northern Virginia. Not surprising as the entire eastern seaboard was then known as the Virginia Company. They actually intended to settle in the Hudson Valley of NY (then called Northern Virginia), but were blown off course by a storm and wound up at Plymouth Rock.
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If you're tired of the normal baked turkey on Thanksgiving, try deep frying. VERY yummy and juicy. But be careful. There were 16 houses burned to the ground last year from deep frying a turkey.
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