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I hope you all have a nice day! We’re working for a short couple of hours and then it’s home for some football, beer drinking and ribeye steaks on the grill. What could be better? :)
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Enjoy the day Mark!! Then get ready for the craziness from sales!
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Happy Thanksgiving! Thanks to the Lord for the first Thanksgiving and every Thanksgiving until today!
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ChefKnivesToGo wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 8:16 am I hope you all have a nice day! We’re working for a short couple of hours and then it’s home for some football, beer drinking and ribeye steaks on the grill. What could be better? :)
Woo Hoo! Short work day then football, beer and steaks, it doesn't get any better! :mrgreen:
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Happy Thanksgiving, all!
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A Happy Thanksgiving to all and to all a good night!
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The good night usually happens after I eat too much! Nap time!!! LOL
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Happy Thanksgiving to all of you! :)
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Happy Thanksgiving to all, and may all your food make the cut today.
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Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Not a holiday up here in Canada, but I am definitely wishing it were one...haha.
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salemj wrote: Thu Nov 24, 2022 1:31 pm Happy Thanksgiving everyone. Not a holiday up here in Canada, but I am definitely wishing it were one...haha.
Yes, but you have December 26, Boxing Day, and December 27 as holidays, we don't! :mrgreen:
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Wow...just got home from a long day filled with wonderful time spent with lots of family and friends, awesome food, probably a few to many beers and definitely too much money lost in a poker game that broke out. What an AWESOME day, life needs more days like this!

I hope everyone had as good a day as I did!
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Happy thanksgiving everyone!
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Happy Thanksgiving friends.
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Our celebration at my sister's house went off pretty smoothly. To start, my sister put together this awesome charcuterie board+ . . .

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Charcuterie Board, Poke & Deviled Eggs
You just have to be careful here because everything was great but we all knew there was a lot more food to come . . .

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Thanksgiving Buffet
There was oven-roasted turkey and smoked turkey -- one of the pre-smoked (heat at home) birds from Costco, which wasn't half-bad.

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Just in case it's leftover city, Ronnie.

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ronnie_suburban wrote: Sat Nov 26, 2022 2:54 pm Our celebration at my sister's house went off pretty smoothly. To start, my sister put together this awesome charcuterie board+ . . .

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Charcuterie Board, Poke & Deviled Eggs
You just have to be careful here because everything was great but we all knew there was a lot more food to come . . .

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Thanksgiving Buffet
There was oven-roasted turkey and smoked turkey -- one of the pre-smoked (heat at home) birds from Costco, which wasn't half-bad.

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Magic Elixir
This stuff makes every holiday better! :D
The Salmon made the table!
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ChefKnivesToGo wrote: Sun Nov 27, 2022 2:02 pm The Salmon made the table!
It barely survived my sister's toaster oven but yeah, it did. :D
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