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Canadian Spaghetti Thanksgivings rock!
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Alright. But the conversation I described is solely about people in USA.
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Do brownies count as a Thanksgiving dessert?
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Do brownies count as a Thanksgiving dessert?
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I don't see why not. I almost consider sweet potato casserole a dessert. It may as well be.
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As for cakes, I like carrot cake and red velvet cake.
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As for cakes, I like carrot cake and red velvet cake.
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I wouldn't mind having a red velvet cake on Thanksgiving, though I would prefer a walnut layer cake.

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Is that TBS segment "Dinner and a Movie" still around? It'd be a good place to get recipes.

"Peas and cornbread."
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Is that TBS segment "Dinner and a Movie" still around? It'd be a good place to get recipes.

"Peas and cornbread."
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That was my favorite show on TBS. Loved that show. I liked the hosts and they always had something new and unique cooking in between the movie segments. Great stuff. I hope it's still around, though I doubt it is... at least in the same way it used to be.
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If we're gonna talk cake, there is nothing better than a dark chocolate cake with cream cheese icing. I love it. Although that's not really Thanksgiving, but more like all year long for me. Every time I read this thread I get hungry.
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