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Wasn't sure where to put this.  Travel and Entertainment?  Anyway, I hope everyone has a stellar Thanksgiving.  We have a lot to be thankful for.

Roast turkey......will a Crianza go with it?  I don't know what sides will be served, but I suppose some potato dish and some veggies, and cranberry sauce. Going to a friend's house where there will be around 10 fully vaccinated humans and a dog who has had his shots also.

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Low key Thanksgiving for us this year. We did the first one with my folks in Oregon a couple weeks ago. Still had plenty of leftover orange-smoked turkey in the freezer, and a 2020 Domaine de Reine Juliette Picpoul de Pinet.  So it made for a stress-free meal tonight.

What do I have to be thankful for? With the unending "atmospheric rivers" we're getting, I'm thankful the power is still on.

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We had a small yet beautiful Thanksgiving dinner. Only the family members which live close by came to my house. We had couple good bottles of red and next morning i woke up feeling dizzy and with the light headache. Very happy i did a big order from online pharmacy just a week before, found some help between those meds. Still very thankful to have friends and family and all the delicious food.

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We had a lovely Thanksgiving.  Weather was perfect.  We had appetizers outside with champagne

Dinner of Lentil soup, smoked brisket and turkey breast, stuffing, potato latkes, bourbon sweet potatoes (I think there was some vegetable but who knows) and apple pie.

Low key, total of 8 people.  Stef's parents, and some friends.  Our friend's dog was going to come but was feeling under the weather so just our 2


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