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Old 10-12-2015, 09:30 AM   #1
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Happy Thanksgiving Day, RS

Some have lots to be thankful for, others not so much...........but in either case, be thankful we live in such a wAnderful country.

I had a moment this morning when my youngest son said, "Dad, since it's Thanksgiving Day, I just want to say, thanks for being a good dad." Wow, that has never happened before. Asians don't get all touchy feely.......... I almost shed a tear. Almost..........

I replied with, "Yeah, I guess I could be one of those drunkard, deadbeat dads who beats their wife and kids."

None of my kids are drug addicts, or a useless member of our society. They are honest and kind kids. That's what I'm thankful for.



Anyway, happy thanksgiving day
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trying to brine a turkey, took awhile to find a large enough pot, now im trying to keep it cool with ice since its way too big and heavy for the fridge -_-


happy thanksgiving!



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I told you that exact same thing last year.


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Happy gobble gobble day! My roommate and I threw a Misfits Thanksgiving dinner for friends, coworkers and fellow students who couldn't make it home or to a loved one's place for the weekend. Big turn out, pot luck style dinner, and sooooo many left overs. Not that I'm complaining. Don't have to go grocery shopping for a couple weeks at this point.
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trying to brine a turkey, took awhile to find a large enough pot, now im trying to keep it cool with ice since its way too big and heavy for the fridge -_-


happy thanksgiving!



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Top Tip, Use a cooler, like camping cooler + bag of ice. Frees up space in your fridge and brines real good.

So fill up half water as the brine calls for, then half ice. Check it every 12 ish hours for ice, if it's gone, it'll start warming up past 0 degrees C.
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Top Tip, Use a cooler, like camping cooler + bag of ice. Frees up space in your fridge and brines real good.

So fill up half water as the brine calls for, then half ice. Check it every 12 ish hours for ice, if it's gone, it'll start warming up past 0 degrees C.
Or, get/borrow one of them powered coolers. I have a Mobilcool that runs on 12 volt DC or 110 AC. Put some Daiso gel packs in there if you realiy wanna chill your shit.
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