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Old Today, 10:38 AM
 
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I wanted to cook but husband is set on driving 1.5 hours to Denny's. He wants to make it easy and not have many dishes to wash (bless his heart) but I love home cooking and wouldn't mind cooking a turkey with most of the trimmings--then you have the leftovers to enjoy, too!
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Old Today, 10:49 AM
 
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I wanted to cook but husband is set on driving 1.5 hours to Denny's. He wants to make it easy and not have many dishes to wash (bless his heart) but I love home cooking and wouldn't mind cooking a turkey with most of the trimmings--then you have the leftovers to enjoy, too!
Whose preference will win? I’d be pretty bummed out to drive 90 minutes to eat at a Denny’s!
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Old Today, 07:43 PM
 
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We were invited to a ‘friendsgiving’ this year at someone else’s house. I have a very limited diet so I will take food I can eat, and then we are dividing up the main dish duties between each family.

Last year I found out I had cancer 3 days before thanksgiving so we didn’t do much at all, in fact I can’t even remember what we did so it must not have been much. For Christmas last year we went out to a steak house for lunch and it was awesome, so we decided to make that our new Christmas tradition. A few years ago we were moving the day after Christmas so we ate lunch at ihop. It wasn’t terrible except for the very long wait! The atmosphere was really fun though, lots of families having fun together. Very memorable.
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Old Today, 08:07 PM
 
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well, I went shopping for my TG dinner today. Large wild-caught frozen shrimp, some popcorn shrimp (will decide between the two). Tater tots, tiramisu gelato. Felt depressed as I walked back to the car.
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Old Today, 08:12 PM
 
Location: San Francisco Bay Area
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We are headed to a friend’s home to celebrate.
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