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Wonderful. It's funny how I've only recently learned to love collard greens, and I can sympathise
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Posted to Thread #20930 at 4:35 am on Nov 17, 2011
with anyone who automatically expects something on a holiday because that's what they've always known.
Today I detailed the steps of cooking a turkey once again for my chiropractor--hard to do while someone is cracking your neck. He is Caucasian, his wife is Chinese-American, his in-laws are from China, and the only way he gets to smell turkey on Thanksgiving is if he cooks one himself. It's the one and only time of year he cooks, and he only cooks the turkey, so it is surrounded by wonderful Chinese food as sides. I think that sounds great.
Other messages in this thread:
- 20930. On holiday traditions, I thought this was cute [NT] [LINK] - Melissa Dallas - 10:45pm on 11/16/11 (6)
- I like it! Thanks, Melissa. [NT] - Michael in Sarasota - 1:57am on 11/17/11
- Similar things went on when my wife and I were dating. It is an interesting aspect of life. [NT] - Michael in Phoenix - 4:02am on 11/17/11
- Wonderful. It's funny how I've only recently learned to love collard greens, and I can sympathise - Joe - 4:35am on 11/17/11
- Same here....but I laws are Japanese....sushi and turkey [NT] - cheezz - 6:35am on 11/17/11
- A lot of the things he talks about are pretty standard Southern - Melissa Dallas - 1:59pm on 11/17/11
- Thanks Melissa, I loved it, too. [NT] - Curious1 - 2:41pm on 11/17/11