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    Default Re: Thanksgiving Dinner

    My suggestion is to stay home and thereby dissuade restaurants and other companies from being open on thanksgiving. Then, hopefully, they are forced to close due to lack of customer interest and their employees can spend the holiday with their family.

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    Default Re: Thanksgiving Dinner

    The Amish have their weddings on Tuesdays and Thursdays, even on Thanksgiving. You could drive around until you find one and show up around noon and tell them you are friends with Jacob. This should get you a seat at one of the tables for a traditional Amish Wedding meal probably.
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    Quote Originally Posted by buxbandit View Post
    Well, it's not very close for you however the wife and I went to the Buck Hotel in Feasterville a couple of years ago. Family style, traditional dinner and we came home with more leftovers then we would have had if we cooked at home.
    They're menu looks awesome, but 2 hours away is tough.

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    In that case, Walmart. I'll sneak y'all into the lunch room. I'm sure they will be serving turkey and all the fixins to us poor bastards who are scheduled to work. (I don't mind - if I really wanted it off, I'd have scheduled the day off months ago)

    Mrs EM and I will probably do the turkey thing on Friday or Saturday, but going out to eat sure has it's perks.
    Walmarts catered Thanksgiving at the DC was always pretty decent.

    Quote Originally Posted by Roadking View Post
    I've heard the Alpine in Honesdale puts on a feast, as well as Settler's inn in Hawley. Not sure if the Newfoundland Hotel does a special, but their food is always top notch.
    I'll definitely look into it, thanks.

    Quote Originally Posted by marinville View Post
    My suggestion is to stay home and thereby dissuade restaurants and other companies from being open on thanksgiving. Then, hopefully, they are forced to close due to lack of customer interest and their employees can spend the holiday with their family.
    I have to work on Thanksgiving and honestly, I prefer it. I don't want to deal with relatives and enjoying a nice quiet meal sounds pretty good.

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr_Gixxer View Post
    The Amish have their weddings on Tuesdays and Thursdays, even on Thanksgiving. You could drive around until you find one and show up around noon and tell them you are friends with Jacob. This should get you a seat at one of the tables for a traditional Amish Wedding meal probably.
    That's racist!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Roadking View Post
    I've heard the Alpine in Honesdale puts on a feast, as well as Settler's inn in Hawley. Not sure if the Newfoundland Hotel does a special, but their food is always top notch.
    Plus 1 !

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    Default Re: Thanksgiving Dinner

    If on Long Island,SEA COVE, Turkey stuffed with lobster and Oysters ,In Moriches N Y

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    Default Re: Thanksgiving Dinner

    streaker69 puts out quite the spread from what I hear....

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    Quote Originally Posted by MARINE DIVISION TWO View Post
    If on Long Island,SEA COVE, Turkey stuffed with lobster and Oysters ,In Moriches N Y
    Damn, turkey stuffed with lobster sounds good!
    I'll skip the bird, stuffing only please.
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    Quote Originally Posted by JDA58 View Post
    streaker69 puts out quite the spread from what I hear....
    Cheerios in a 3d printed bowl?
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    Quote Originally Posted by raxar View Post
    Cheerios in a 3d printed bowl?
    This year I'm turning the bowls out of reclaimed pallets.
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    Quote Originally Posted by marinville View Post
    Then, hopefully, they are forced to close due to lack of customer interest and their employees can spend the holiday with their family.
    I reckon some folks actually need to work on T-day to make ends meet. Especially restaurant servers who depend on tips. Some folks have no family and don't mind working.
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