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    Just as much turkey and potatoes as I can cram down my throat. And probably some vegetables to keep it interesting.

    Screw elaborate recipes

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    Those making a paleo stuffing would you share your recipes.

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    nothing, as we are in NZ and they don't do that here, so neither do we. Also, a turkey costs something like $80 or more, and that's just silly.

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    Nothing than my usual dinner because my family doesn't do thanksgiving. Can't miss what you never had. I might just buy a roast chicken and eat the entire thing by myself in the spirit of the season though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by zoebird View Post
    nothing, as we are in NZ and they don't do that here, so neither do we. Also, a turkey costs something like $80 or more, and that's just silly.
    It is silly indeed for a rather dry and tasteless bird. Money better spent on bacon. Or roast pig. I'm partial to pork, in case you can't tell.
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    I'm trying this recipe, it's an almond flour take on traditional Southern cornbread dressing. Looks amazing and spot-on to me. Angie's Suburban Oasis: Paleo/Primal Thanksgiving Dressing/Stuffing Muffins

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    im tempted to make the ENTIRE thanksgiving dinner this year my 20 % don't judge

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    I'm with you drumroll, but there should still be plenty of options available to me. The only think that will really tempt me is the potatoes au gratin (I'm of Irish blood...potatoes are tough to resist) but my brother said he is finally going to bring some bacon wrapped scallops so those would help quite a bit.
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    Around here, we're big on eating pork during the holidays, so we decided to start of Thanksgiving with it. The rest will be pretty conventional, like cw potato salad, rice and beans, store bought pumpkin pie. But that doesn't mean I'll have to eat it!! muahah..

    So I'll feast on the pork. plus salad, eggs, and try to have a small piece of the pie. Happy Happy

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    My boyfriend isn't primal, so I'm doing the usual traditional feast: turkey, mashed potatoes/gravy, stuffing, dinner rolls, sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie. I'll just avoid the bread based items. It will still leave me plenty of choices, and maybe I won't be stuffed to the point of vomiting when the meal is done.

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