Turkey dinner

United States
June 28, 2009 11:36pm CST
Do you just buy a turkey and make it for just the holidays? Or do you buy turkey and make a dinner even if it isn't a holiday? I buy a turkey at least once a month and make a good dinner. To me it doesn't have to be a holiday to just make it. Not even for pumpkin pie. Or pumpkin rolls.
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@lynnemg (4536)
• United States
29 Jun 09
I will agree that it doesn't have to be a holiday to make a turkey, but typically, the only time we eat turkey is on Thanksgiving. I am prone to making chicken quite a bit, but not turkey. For us, steak is a once a month thing. At least once a month, we like to grill steaks and have a big meal that way.
• United States
29 Jun 09
we like to grill steak to it is very good. I make a lot of chicken in many different ways. rather it be on the grill,baked,boiled or fried in olive oil. But my family likes it when we get together and have a turkey dinner for know reason at all. And we never tend to have left overs for long lol. Have a great day.
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• Canada
29 Jun 09
My husband and I are not in charge of getting the dinner ready. My parents, who are divorcedm, are both in charge of the dinners for their sides of the family, and we live in Canada, so his family is not that close by. We usually have goose at Mom's place on Christmas eve, and turkey at Dad's on Christmas day.
• United States
1 Jul 09
I have never had goose. Is it good? Sounds like you both get plenty to eat from both sides of the family. Your lucky you don't have to cook. But I guess that is one of my lucky things is cooking. Most of the time me and my husband go to his parents for Thanksgiving dinner and Christmas dinner at my mother in-laws and Christmas eve dinner at my moms house.