Gobble Gobble?

@Inklings (1257)
United States
November 22, 2006 12:45pm CST
Will you be stuffing yourself with turkey tomorrow?
2 people like this
11 responses
@Cortney (3986)
• United States
25 Nov 06
OMG.. i did and I am paying for it today.. i don't want anymore turkey for another year.. LOL
• United States
24 Nov 06
I prefer ham since no one in my house cooks it, but we didn't go anywhere this year! Dang it. Oh well. I had three pieces of apple pie yesterday and a piece of pecan pie today. I might have another one before bed. That might make up for it.
• India
24 Nov 06
neva
• United States
24 Nov 06
Pass the Alka Seltzer please, I just came from my dad's and I am a stuffed turkey!
• United States
23 Nov 06
Yes. Hopefully not stuffing, but definitely eating turkey tomorrow. We have also taught my 20-month old to say "gobble gobble", so that should be fun. Depends if he is willing to show off and be our trick pony. ;) They never want to show off when you ask them to. Just like that WB frog. "Hello my baby, hello my honey..."
@ngm_syd (1087)
• India
22 Nov 06
Yes
• United States
22 Nov 06
I sure Will!
@bblessed (1822)
• United States
22 Nov 06
On a stuffing note. Stuffing While stuffing a bird creates a most, flavorful and traditional side dish, it turns out that it may not be the safest way to cook stuffing. Since the stuffing is placed in a raw bird, it often doesn’t reach a safe temperature (165°F). We recommend baking the stuffing separately to ensure it reaches a proper temperature and doesn’t come in contact with raw turkey. However, if you decide that you want to stuff your turkey, we recommend stuffing it right before roasting. You’ll need about a 1/2-cup of stuffing per pound of turkey. Do not pre-stuff our turkey or place stuffing between the skin and the meat. Another option is to stuff the bird about 1 hour before it is done roasting. With both of these methods, we recommend testing the temperature before removing the turkey from the oven. The stuffing should be at least 165°F.
@Timinator (739)
• United States
22 Nov 06
Yes i will. I love turkey and mashed potatoes and pumpkin pie. I usually it so much that i can't move for a few hours, or at least i don't feel like moving. Food is good, but i'm glad thanksgiving is only once a year, otherwise i would get sick of the food.
@cikedo (3487)
• United States
22 Nov 06
Yep, I always eat turkey on thanksgiving.
@srhelmer (6933)
• Beaver Dam, Wisconsin
22 Nov 06
I usually don't "stuff" myself but we have plenty of food to eat throughout the day.