[QUOTE=Jetworks;4247813]Turkey is the second course for us. First is a nice pasta with meat gravy. I'll throw some pics up Thursday when it's all on the table, it's a sight to see![/QUOTE]
Us too. Usually lasagna or stuffed shells with meatballs, sausage, and veal braciole. Before the pasta course though, we have a soup, lobster bisque this year, followed by a few apps like stuffed cherrystones and Nantucket bay scallops wrapped in bacon. Entire meal takes about 4 hours from start to finish, with breaks in between for expresso and annisette, poker, and cigars.
Two words for you: Whole Foods
MMM....nothing says Thanksgiving like re-heated supermarket take out.