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ThoughtIKnewYa posted 2/26/2014 20:24 PM

Not what you're thinking, I'm sure!

It's February Midnight Thanksgiving!!!!

jrc1963 posted 2/26/2014 20:31 PM


ThoughtIKnewYa posted 2/26/2014 20:45 PM

About four years ago, we accidentally started a new tradition. We like to eat the Thanksgiving meal a few times throughout the year. We always seem to decide we want the Thanksgiving meal around noon, so it takes until midnight to prepare. We've accidentally been doing this in February for the past four years. The first time, SIers dubbed it February Midnight Thanksgiving and it stuck!

LosferWords posted 2/26/2014 21:27 PM

That sounds fantastic. Wish I could be there!

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 2/27/2014 00:05 AM

Losfer, there's plenty!

That was AWESOME!!! Happy February Midnight Thanksgiving, y'all!!

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 2/27/2014 18:55 PM

Now that I'm no longer busy cooking or eating, I can share the menu:

Stuffin' Muffins
Mac 'n Cheese
Broccoli Casserole
Corn Pudding
Mashed Potatoes and Gravy
Soft Rolls
Pumpkin Pie

metamorphisis posted 2/27/2014 19:03 PM

LOL!! I remember that thread. And what is even funnier was I was just thinking I want to thaw the turkey I have in the chest freezer and have February Thanksgiving this weekend.

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 2/27/2014 19:10 PM

AWESOME!!! You should definitely do it!

We do it in Feb., June, Sept., and Nov. That way we enjoy it every time- even on ACTUAL Thanksgiving.

thebighurt posted 2/28/2014 03:58 AM

We had Thanksgiving dinner three weeks ago. Had 14 people in attendance. It was one of the best to date!

ThoughtIKnewYa posted 2/28/2014 13:28 PM

That's wonderful, thebighurt!!! I always enjoy my 'off season' Thanksgivings more. I think it's because I have no dread of the upcoming hustle and bustle.

thebighurt posted 3/1/2014 04:14 AM

Yup, TIKY, it's just a day for a feast and good company.

We kept it simple and basic. I did the turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes, and one pie and others did the pumpkin pie, corn bread, veg, some fruit and appetizers. It was a cooperative meal and tasted great.

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