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    Sausages, French fries and courgettes.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Jaguar7777 View Post
    ...courgettes.
    Had to look that up. Baby zucchini?

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    just ordinary zucchini by another name.

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    A zucchini that's been in the Witness Protection Program because he squealed on two carrots and a rutabaga.
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    Another description would be; "A round green thing of varying lengths used by bimbo's trying to earn a few extra bucks ...."

    It's always been the C word in the UK, but I have no idea why. In the rest of Europe it is split between the C word and the Z word.


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    Quote Originally Posted by defrabbit View Post
    just ordinary zucchini by another name.
    A zucchini by any other name would still be a squash.

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    Oh...

    Turkey

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    Quote Originally Posted by Frosty View Post
    A zucchini that's been in the Witness Protection Program because he squealed on two carrots and a rutabaga.
    Sometimes vegetables go bad, but isn't usually that they grew up without enough fertilizer?

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    Smile

    didnt fuss with Turkey

    made 2 Cornish Game Hens, cornbread stuffing, whole cranberries, cherry pie





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    Had a close one...illness nearly delayed T-Day. But all is on track.

    I just put the punkin pies in the oven. Turkey is nearly done.

    Green bean casserole was hard; I'm a celiac and wheat is a big nono. Gluten free french fried onion, stuffing mix, and a number of other GF products were nowhere to be found. Had to go from scratch. The kitchen is a disaster.

    Apple spice cake is under way (something called a dump cake). I'm hoping there is enough turkey juice to make adequate gravy. The mashed taters are begging for it.

    Eat hardy, all.

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