Made in Michigan: The Thanksgiving table

Nov 20, 2012 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: WZZM-TV Grand Rapids

Let's start with the adult beverages. In Buchanan, Michigan, Tabor Hill Vineyards has won nationwide recognition for it's wines.

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Nov 21, 2012
 
Let's talk turkey here.....we got a 19 pounder, as my wife's really a good cook, in fact turkey curry days later is actually my favorite...i only have to do cranberry sauce...So how big of turkey's do you prefer....Also, i have always wondered, why we only have it, once a year....?
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Nov 21, 2012
 
I too have a 20lb turkey that came from Michigan.
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Let's talk turkey here.....we got a 19 pounder, as my wife's really a good cook, in fact turkey curry days later is actually my favorite...i only have to do cranberry sauce...So how big of turkey's do you prefer....Also, i have always wondered, why we only have it, once a year....?

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Nov 22, 2012
 
Sassy wrote:
I too have a 20lb turkey that came from Michigan.
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Talking about turkey, have you ever been to Strongbows restaurant, in Valporiso, Indiana? They have a huge turky farm, and when i was younger, driving between Chicago and Gand Haven, we used to stop there for dinners....
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Nov 22, 2012
 
Go Blue Forever wrote:
Let's talk turkey here.....we got a 19 pounder, as my wife's really a good cook, in fact turkey curry days later is actually my favorite...i only have to do cranberry sauce...So how big of turkey's do you prefer....Also, i have always wondered, why we only have it, once a year....?
I have no idea how big the bird will be as we will be at the in-laws this afternoon. Over-cooked turkey, lumpy gravy, and a father in law that smokes like a chimney while cussing out the Lions isn't my idea of fun.

I only look forward to sitting down at my own home for Friday's meal which is going to be corned beef and cabbage.

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I have no idea how big the bird will be as we will be at the in-laws this afternoon. Over-cooked turkey, lumpy gravy, and a father in law that smokes like a chimney while cussing out the Lions isn't my idea of fun.
I only look forward to sitting down at my own home for Friday's meal which is going to be corned beef and cabbage.
..That's funny....plus Houston will likely cream the Lions too....i have an evil stepmother, that used to overcook everything....her salmon patties were horrid....at least for you, friday's lookin better....
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Nov 22, 2012
 
Sassy wrote:
I too have a 20lb turkey that came from Michigan.
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I let loose a 20 psi turkey fart.

Now that the house is cleared I can relax and watch the rest of the game in peace.
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Nov 23, 2012
 

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<quoted text>..That's funny....plus Houston will likely cream the Lions too....i have an evil stepmother, that used to overcook everything....her salmon patties were horrid....at least for you, friday's lookin better....
Wasn't that 81 yard touchdown a great play........ Daddy dropped so many F-Bombs he had all three of us son-in-laws doing the ROFLMAO routine the rest of the afternoon.

On an even better note, overtime meant that dinner was mostly cold by the time we were allowed to eat it. It made for the perfect excuse to take a pass on most everything and make a quick exit for home......

After stopping for a real meal on the way.

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Nov 23, 2012
 
Really hoped, the Lion's could have hung on and won....Alway's good, to see the Cowboys and especially the Jets get hammered....

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