Do you plan to COOK your own Thanksgiving Dinner, TRAVELING to someone elses Dinner or Eating Out for Thanksgiving?

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Do you plan to COOK your own Thanksgiving Dinner, TRAVELING to someone elses Dinner or Eating Out for Thanksgiving?

Bignuf Bignuf
We used to cook big dinners, then the last few years, we ended up going dining out at Thanksgiving and had GREAT dinners out. LOTS of folks seem to do this now.

However, THIS year we have friends in town, and I DO like to cook, so we are going to do HOME MADE again.

What are YOUR plans?
11/20/2011
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Katastophy Katastophy
My aunt is visiting, and has promised to make us a feast that we'll never forget. I'm very much looking forward to it.
11/20/2011
mpfm mpfm
We are going to my brother's this year. I am only going to prepare a couple of side dishes.
11/21/2011
GenderSexplorations GenderSexplorations
We tend to eat at home. But we buy some things already made or heat & eat and make other things from scratch.
11/21/2011
Avant-garde Avant-garde
We always eat at home
11/21/2011
Starkiller87 Starkiller87
PIRATE DINNER ADVENTURE!!!!!! I am so excited.
11/21/2011
Chilipepper Chilipepper
Always at home. Used to be my grandmother's house (I miss her more so every winter holiday since she passed), but now it's just the immediate family. Sometimes friends come over if they're not with their families.

I usually worked Thanksgiving shift when in food service; it was nice and quiet in the mornings (tip: for all-day dining establishments open on holidays, go in the morning for the best breakfast service you'll ever get), then began picking up just after the traditional lunch hour. I've never dined out on the holiday, but it does appeal to me sometimes.

(Strangest place I've heard was when my ex-husband worked at KFC and he said whole extended families would have their Thanksgiving dinners there ... )
11/21/2011
unfulfilled unfulfilled
I don't have to cook Thanksgiving. I'm going to my in-laws for lunch with my mother and father-in-law and my grandmas house for my family at 2:00 so I'll be full having two back to back but YUM can't wait.
11/21/2011
kinky girlfriend kinky girlfriend
Quote:
Originally posted by Bignuf
We used to cook big dinners, then the last few years, we ended up going dining out at Thanksgiving and had GREAT dinners out. LOTS of folks seem to do this now.

However, THIS year we have friends in town, and I DO like to cook, so we are going ...
I'm staying home probly home alone and I eat simple now and only consume certain meats (grass fed only no hormones or steroids and roam in pastures) fats and special grey sea salt I buy. There is so much I can't eat I avoid preservatives and most of the things in most Foods. If I don't make it myself I don't eat it. My irritable bowel is severe and I may lose my job over it soon.
11/21/2011
Ms. Spice Ms. Spice
I'm having two dinners that day- one at my aunt's house and one at my mom's house (my mom and dad's family CANNOT get along). If I was to dine alone, then I would probably go out to eat, I absolutely hate cooking.
11/21/2011
married with children married with children
Going to my moms house. But I will cook over half the dinner. Some I will cook here tomorrow, like the desserts. The rest I will cook over at her house.
11/22/2011
Vanille Vanille
If it were up to me I'd stay home.

We're going to my Dad's side of the family for dinner. I don't feel particularly comfortable around them since they're highly religious and I'm a lesbian....so that "So, do you have a boyfriend?" question just grinds my fuckin' gears.
11/22/2011
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