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Sunday Seven – Episode 265

How big of a Thanksgiving spread did you have? (And, the natural follow-up question would be “What leftovers do you still have?”)

Your dinner plate from Turkey Day is the topic of this week’s big question.

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Name seven foods that were part of your Thanksgiving menu.

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  1. 1. Turkey
    2. Some other kind of meat
    3. Buns
    4. Brownies
    5. Beer
    6. Stuffing?
    7. Some other chocolate stuff

    These aren't all items I had, just items available. I don't care for beer much, and so forth. I don't remember very well, I've had the flu all week and I was fairly out of it during the proceedings.

  2. Hi Patrick 🙂

    Here are my foods…

    1. Turkey (Dinner)
    2. Green Bean Bake (Dinner)
    3. Maple Cinnamon Yams (Dinner)
    4. Pears Poached in Green Tea w/Cinnamon Green Tea Sauce (Lunch)
    5. Sundried Tomato Spinach Cheddar Quiche (Lunch)
    6. Pumpkin Souffle (Dessert)
    7. Chips, dips, and assorted nibbles for the game!

    🙂 Thought I would share the menus for the entire day. 🙂

    Have a good week nice man! 🙂

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