- ... Depends...it s always been some kind of beef or pork roast in our house (my dad doesn t like poultry in large chunks...he s fine with baked chicken pieces,Message 1 of 12 , Nov 25, 1999View SourceOn Wed, 24 Nov 1999 23:54:41 EST, MHoll@... wrote:
>jdmiller2@... writes:Depends...it's always been some kind of beef or pork roast in our
>> Yana, list administrator (off to bake some pies, and rolls, and turkey,
>> and prime rib, and sweet potatoes...)
>And prime rib????
>I thought it was turkey and ham everywhere...
house (my dad doesn't like poultry in large chunks...he's fine with
baked chicken pieces, but no whole roasted birds). Mom usually has a
standing rib roast. I'm doing an eye of round.
I haven't had turkey for thanksgiving since we had T'giving dinner
with the minister (three houses, and two churches ago).
>Predslava,I've lived in the Midwest all my life, and both parents are
>warped by Midwest conceptions of the world (via Wisconsinite husband)
- ... Lincoln. I miss it, but Madison has better restaurants. --YanaMessage 2 of 12 , Nov 25, 1999View Source
>Yana, where in Nebraska?? I'm originally from Norfolk, which is northLincoln. I miss it, but Madison has better restaurants.
>eastern corner. About 2 hours drive from Omaha, where highways 81 and 275
- In a message dated 11/25/1999 12:07:50 PM Central Standard Time, ... it? ... I get by on the second kneading and the shaping. My assistant does the hard mixingMessage 3 of 12 , Nov 25, 1999View SourceIn a message dated 11/25/1999 12:07:50 PM Central Standard Time,
> Don't you miss the way the dough changes under your hands when you kneadit?
>I get by on the second kneading and the shaping. My assistant does the hard
> Or smelling the yeasty sponge?
Somehow, I always manage to start something complicated like bread making
when the kids are sure to interrupt (complicated, as opposed to mac and
cheese for dinner; as in time consuming). 8 years, and I still haven't
often creating Predslava when she cooks from scratch.
I hope everyone has waddled off after a nice, big, dinner, and is sitting in
happy stupor about now. Happy Thanksgiving!
- I never lived in Lincoln, although my sister had a house there for a long while. My brother now lives in Papillion with his family, but he s the only one leftMessage 4 of 12 , Nov 26, 1999View SourceI never lived in Lincoln, although my sister had a house there for a long
while. My brother now lives in Papillion with his family, but he's the only
one left in the Midwest. I agree about Madison, since it was where a lot of
my Dad's family lived we were there fairly often. And it's the county seat,
only a short drive from Norfolk.
Nice to know I'm not the only expatriated Nebraskan around.