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I DON’T KNOW WHAT YOU DID FOR THANKSGIVING BUT I HAD A TURKEY BURGER SAMMICH AND SAID MY GRATEFUL PRAYERS

This is funny:

Thanksgiving Bingo for Your Dinner Table
– by Jennifer Lewis, Flavorwire, Wednesday Nov 21, 2012

Are you tired of gathering around the same old Thanksgiving table to eat the same old delicious meal while having the same old Thanksgiving-themed conversations? You know — the ones about food, football, the parade, food, politics, family gatherings of yesteryear, Black Friday, tryptophan, and food? If so, we’re here to help. After the jump, you’ll find four bingo cards. Each card contains 25 squares, and each square contains something that will probably or possibly occur at the average family’s Thanksgiving dinner table. So, let’s say your uncle gets drunk — you would place a bingo stamp (or a quarter, or whatever you’re using) on the “Drunk Uncle” square and hope to eventually have five in a row (in which case you’d shout “THANKSGIVING BINGO!” and unjustly call dibs on all the leftovers, or whatever). Got it? Good. Go ahead and print out our cards, share ‘em with a few worthy family members, and have some good ol’ competitive fun at this year’s Thanksgiving feast. Bon appétit! And remember — don’t manipulate your family’s conversations just so you can win, mkay?

( Continued — view the other three of these cards).

Thanks to THE BLAZE for the link.

About my Thanksgiving Turkey Burger sammich, it was delicious. It made me happy to dine, satiated my day’s hunger for the most part, made for a pleasant respite as alone I was for this Holiday but in good spirits.

My recipe was quite basic: turkey burger gently fried stovetop in virgin-olive-oil with a slice of Havarti Cheese melted atop the burger, fresh garlic sliced and grilled with the burger and then set atop it, too, served between two slices of Russian Rye bread, toasted and slathered with Grey Poupon Mustard and a swipe of good ole mayonnaise. With that, I enjoyed a very large cup of Green Tea with milk. Yummm, grateful I was and am.


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