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Old 10-06-2011, 12:43 PM   #1
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Turkey Dinner - Restaurants

Does anyone know of any good restaurants preferably in downtown or the west side of Vancouver that's known for good turkey dinners?
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Old 10-06-2011, 06:41 PM   #2
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Seasons in the park (cambie and 33rd) on sunday and monday. 3 courses. come check it out!
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:29 PM   #3
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Seasons in the park (cambie and 33rd) on sunday and monday. 3 courses. come check it out!
you work there? great restaurant!
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Old 10-06-2011, 07:57 PM   #4
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Admiral Pub in Burnaby, every Monday.
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Jug of Molson Canadian - $15.25
Red Stripe Stubby - $3.35

Traditional Turkey Dinner - $5.99 (5pm to 9pm)

Sleeman Original Sleeves - $3.20
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thanksgiving is all about home cooked meals.
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Unless you live alone away from family and you don't have 8+ friends.
Or even if you do, nobody can even remotely cook.

Don't hate man...
It's a lot of work doing a full on turkey dinner, even if you are confident in the kitchen.

There's a ton of places listed in the comments.
Restaurants serving Thanksgiving turkey dinner in Vancouver | Hummingbird604.com

It's an old post, so call first to confirm.
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Well if you're cooking for yourself, it's better to buy a whole chicken instead of big ass turkey.
You can do the same preparation as the turkey and it'll come out great.
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you can just get a prepared chicken at superstore. Cheap, easy and tastes good! I think a whole raw chicken costs about the same as a prepared one IIRC
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Yeah, it's actually about the same.
A whole chicken raw costs about $9-10.

But tastewise, buying a roasted chicken just is not the same
Thanksgiving turkey gets sage, and butter and stuffing.
You'll get gravy too.


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You gotta post stuff up on the Your Creations thread.
I'd really like to see more stuff from you pros.
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I can't make thanksgiving dinner with my family and friends got their own family meals to attend to. Therefore, will eat with the gf but I'm working the whole thanksgiving weekend meaning no time to prepare food even if I wanted to.

ImpulseX, I'll be checking out Seasons in the Park. What time do you open till that evening (assuming you work there)?
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For me, I personally hate turkey. It's either too dry, and on the flip side, not a big gravy fan. Thanksgiving is a time for family. Safeway chicken, crappy turkey, or even Chinese takeout, it's all good.
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Santoku is a chef, he'll cook some for you =P
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Need turkey to make sleepy.
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you work there? great restaurant!
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Yeah, it's actually about the same.
A whole chicken raw costs about $9-10.

But tastewise, buying a roasted chicken just is not the same
Thanksgiving turkey gets sage, and butter and stuffing.
You'll get gravy too.


impulseX,
You gotta post stuff up on the Your Creations thread.
I'd really like to see more stuff from you pros.
tastewise, definitely not. and their chickens are pretty dry..

I've checked the thread out, but i rarely cook since i work literally everyday. plus your creations look better than the stuff i've ever made lol

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I can't make thanksgiving dinner with my family and friends got their own family meals to attend to. Therefore, will eat with the gf but I'm working the whole thanksgiving weekend meaning no time to prepare food even if I wanted to.

ImpulseX, I'll be checking out Seasons in the Park. What time do you open till that evening (assuming you work there)?
We're open till 10pm everyday.


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