Wednesday, November 25, 2009

The Big D

Greetings from Dallas. The flight was the best kind - uneventful. Lorelei met us at DFW airport and soon we were on our way to United Notions - Moda Fabrics. What can I say? Miles and miles of fabric and the nicest people ever.These bicycles are used in the warehouse by workers who navigate the aisles and pull ordered bolts of fabrics for quilt shops. I am trying to convince Bill that this might be a nice part time occupation once he retires. Who wouldn't love this job? Exercise. Nice people. Lots and lots of fabric. He is thinking about it. All he has to do is move to Dallas and get a good recommendation. That was just about as much excitement as people can have in one day. This was the first time Bill and Lorelei have been there. Now when I go on and on about how wondrous Moda is and how nice the people are, they know exactly what I mean.

Look what I found? They had a bundle of Christmas Past fabric in the sale aisle. This stuff is long gone, people. This must be left over from an old kit or it is bolt ends. I scooped it up. And it could be yours! Just comment and tell us your funniest or most embarrassing Thanksgiving story and post it before midnight Saturday the 28th. Remember, this is a family blog.

Laurie

69 comments:

junglewife said...

It may not be funny or embarassing but my most memorable Thanksgiving was my first one with my little girl... she was only a week old!

jaybird said...

funniest.. was watching my mother attempt to teach me how to bake this morning... it was a mess of laughter.. and not much got made.

Four O'Clock Quilt Company said...

My funniest memory is years ago when my daughters decided that they were going to make the homemade parker house rolls.. now, they aren't bakers to say the least. The dough was more like play dough, and as I recall I had to step in and salvage what I could. There was lots of laughter over that and still is.

Gayle said...

Most embarrassing - I was assigned an apple pie to take to dinner - I lost track of time and the crust got burnt pretty good in the oven - I didn't have time to make another one. It looked awful but still tasted pretty good. Dinner was at the in-laws so I was pretty embarrassed!

Jan Hatchett said...

Well, mine is definitely embarrasing! Last week, our school was having a Thanksgiving feast for the kids. I was asked to cook 2 turkeys to bring in. I placed one in my crockpot to carry it. Brought home my carcasses at the end of the day to make stock. Sat my crockpot(my nice, good, new one) on the stove to go out and get the other bird. Came back in and my crockpot was on FIRE! Apparently, I accidentally bumped the burner knob when I sat it down. It melted all over, smoked up the house. It was awful. Then, I had to tell my hubby what I had done. He took one look at it and said, "shouldn't you have just plugged it in?"

He is lucky I let him live-- LOL!

Nancy Anne said...

Our first Thanksgiving, I made a full dinner for my new husband and my parents. Of course, I also made pumpkin pie. When my Mom bit into her slice, she got a strange look on her face, reached into her mouth, pulled out a full clove and looked quizzically at me. I told her the recipe called for 1 tsp of cloves and it sure was tough getting three or four of those things in a measuring spoon! Who knew that cloves came crushed/powdered??!!!

scottylover said...

Well, I really can't remember if it was Thanksgiving or another holiday, but we were driving to my aunt's house and my brother had put one of the lemon meringue pies in the floor board of the station wagon. Dad hit the brakes, pie went under the seat & the meringue didn't! We had "naked" lemon pie that holiday!

Kwiltsfl said...

Good stories! Years ago I baked my turkey with the giblets still inside - "What is this???"

Heather said...

The most embarassing moment would have to be the cake that was made and too much baking soda was added. At first everyone was being polite, then someone asked so what ingredients were used for this cake? And it turned out that I added 4 times the amount of baking soda (no wonder it tasted bitter). So then I just laughed like crazy about it. And everyone got off the hook from having to eat it. Oops!! It's amazing how having kids can totally lead to serious baking disasters.

Stacey said...

that place looks amazing!!

mj said...

The first turkey I ever cooked...
My message to husband on his way home from work- "you have to stop at the store and by all the canned ham's you can find"! "Our turkey must have a disease"! So he comes home with three canned ham's. He looks in the oven at our diseased turkey and says- "You cooked it upside down that's why it all caved in- LOL..

badlandsquilts said...

Well, this year might just be my most embarrassing OR funny Thanksgiving, the pressure is on! My husbands family is coming and his mom hasn't had Thanksgiving at anyone else's house in the 40 plus years that they have been married!

(My word verification is hellyse - what is that an indication of !)

Mimi said...

Well, my oldest daughter brought over her new boyfriend who is now her husband of 9 years and we still talk about my youngest daughter who served him up a pie of pumpkin pie and I don't know what happened, but it ended up from her serving spoon to the floor top side down. My son-in-law has not let her live that down yet!

Vicky said...

I was 21 and thought I was a dynamo in the kitchen, so I invited my family over for Thanksgiving. I called my crazy ex(thankgoodness) sister-in-law for her cream puff recipe. She recited it over the phone to me and I read it all back to her verbatim. Well, after dinner I decided to do the creme puffs because my dad liked them so much. I followed the recipe exactly, and dropped the exact amount of dough on the cookie sheets. I had two sheets in the oven. About ten minutes into the baking, my dad went charging into the kitchen and started yelling that he needed some help. My crazy (I already said that, didn't I?) EX sister-in-law told me to drop a GENEROUS CUP of dough onto the cookie sheet for each creme puff instead of a generous tablespoon. The oven was smoking, the door was pooched open, and dough was oozing out onto the floor. It was the biggest mess! Dad had to get new oven coils the next day for me, and it took Mom and I all day to clean the darn oven out. Dad died just a few months later, but he loved that Thanksgiving - and told *everyone* about it. Honestly, we laughed so hard that day that our tummies were sore!

Claudia said...

I don't have any funny or embarassing moments. But I would love to still win the fabric.

Becky B said...

The funniest Thanksgiving ever happened when I had so much food left over, that we decided to put the foil-wrapped leftovers on the front porch (it was bitterly cold). After the family games, everyone got ready to go home and claim their food. Except....there was no food and tupperware and foil was scattered all over the front lawn. We spied a dog running around with foil in his mouth and then saw a couple more dogs. We laughed hysterically and still laugh about it, every Thanksgiving! But even funnier? The dogs did not TOUCH my siste's scalloped potatoes!

Sue in MI said...

I'd love to get lost in the warehouse amongst all that lovely fabric! I don't have an embarrassing or funny Thanksgiving story to share, but I'd LUV to win the fabric!

Janet said...

What a marvelous place!!! I don't think even in my wildest dreams I could find a more exciting place to shop. My most embarassing Thanksgiving was several years ago - I seriously underestimated how many potatoes to cook. There was only a very small amount of mashed potatoes to go with all the gravy.

sndy1 said...

Fortunately, I don't have any embarassing Thanksgiving stories to share. Can I still get a chance to win? :)

terry said...

Mom was worried about having everything just right for the meal. we all sat down and ate till more than full. suddenly she remembered the squash in the oven! by then no one wanted to even think about more food let alone squash!

kshackabq said...

This started out embarassing and then ended up funny. I invited my family to Thanksgiving dinner (parents, siblings and spouses, niece and nephew) to meet my Sweetie (now spouse). At some point during dinner, I went into the kitchen which was just off the dining area of my small condominium. While I was in the kitchen, I thought I heard the sound of someone "breaking wind." I couldn't believe it, dismissed it, but then heard it again. As I walked back toward the table, my sister looked at me coyly and said "excuse me . . . I'm so sorry." You can imagine the glare I gave her. And then she did it again while I was standing there! I said something like, "what is the matter with you" at which point everyone busted up laughing. Turns out she had a toy called "Wind Breaker" that created the noise. While everyone was laughing except me, she produced the toy from her lap under the table. Yes, I ended up laughing too. What a way to have your Sweetie welcomed to the family!

LyndaG said...

Last year my grand-nephew provided some comic relief, although he was just frustrated with the rest of us. While having our snacky stuff before dinner, he announced that he wanted more of the Thanksgiving nuts... and we had no clue. After pulling out every nut in my sister's kitchen, we narrowed the search to the candied pecans that I had brought to top the pumpkin cheesecake. Guess he found the little baggie, and raided it before it was put in another room. So this year, I have made Thanksgiving nuts just for him.

Janelle J said...

Not too funny at the time, but a couple years ago I convinced my husband to stop at a Starbucks on the way to his Grandpa's house. I thought coffee may make the whole thing easier since we had two Thanksgivings to go to that year. Well the line inside was really really long. Thankfully he didn't come in, and I did get us coffee, but I suppose I felt a little grateful he didn't leave me there!

Angela said...

As a newlywed, my dh and I wrestling a half frozen turkey alllllll over the kitchen/floor. We were trying to pull out the neck. It was determined to keep it. The crazy thing was so long, it had been folded over 3 times in that bird. After we got it out and washed the cat hair (floor remember) off it, we popped it into the oven. What a surprise when we were cutting into the turkey to find a melted plastic bag of the yucky stuff. No one told us that part. My sister was screaming...toxins! hahaha that still make fun of us each year, but no one has volunteered to take over our job either.

WoolenSails said...

Probably the first and last time I tried to cook a turkey dinner. Now my husband does the turkey and gravy and I do the side dishes;) Much safer and better tasting.

Debbie

Happy Cottage Quilter said...

The only thing I can remember is one year my dear hubby decided to cook a roast on the Weber (we live in Florida) cooker. He had it covered for the whole time, except for the very end. He stepped in the house for just a moment, but when he came back outside, the roast was no where to be found. Our dog had grabbed the roast off of the HOT cooker and eaten it! Well that was the end of that! Great giveaway. Thanks and Happy Thanksgiving!

Mary on Lake Pulaski said...

My most embarrassing Thanksgiving was the first I spent with my future in-laws. I wanted to be helpful and offered to dry the dishes. Well, in my nervousness, I dropped and broke a family heirloom cut crystal glass. Ouch! They took it better than I did.
Happy Thanksgiving.

Mary said...

Thanksgiving dinner was over and it was time for dessert. My younger brother put all the pies on a 3 shelf rolling cart to bring in to dining room with a flourish. we lived in a very old farm house and he forgot about the high threshold between the 2 rooms. The cart stopped, the pies kept on going and mom had several less glass pie plates by the end of the day. And we were saved many calories too.

Thanks for the memory jog

kjb139 said...

My funniest Thanksgiving story is when the entire family got together in my grandmother's home. She has a finished basement that is just great for times like this. Her cousin (you can figure out how he is related to me) sat diagnolly across from me. There had to be 30 of us! I asked him to pass the potatoes and he put the serving spoon in the bowl and scooped up the mashed potatoes and flung them at me! He loved playing jokes but this one was over the top. My grandmother was not amused and slapped him in the back of the head! She was in her mid 70's and he was in his early 60's. I was in my late teens!

Kathy in MA

Audrey said...

My most memorable Thanksgiving moment was the year that my foil roaster pan sprung a leak! Turkey bastings and juice were ALL OVER THE OVEN and it caught on fire! Now, I always buy 2 roasting pans and use both at the same time (just in case)... and then the second, clean one I use for making my Chex Mix at Christmas time.
Audrey
bretz@roadrunner.com

rebecca said...

Thanksgiving memories abound. Thank you for making me stop this morning and think of lots of them!
The worst was the year Aunt Kay had to put oysters in the dressing. Bad result!!

Lori said...

This isn't MY memory but a hilarious tale of my sons. He was an exchange student in Denmark and his host family planned a surprise traditional Thanksgiving day meal with a huge turkey and all the trimmings. (they went to a turkey farm and chose a huge bird!) About a week before the holiday the dad asked my son casually "So what do you normally eat on Thanksgiving?" My son had forgotten that Thanksgiving was close and the question caught him off guard. After thinking a few moments he replied "Ham." We've NEVER had ham for Thanksgiving!! The turkey they purchased ended up be too large for the oven and they had to use an electric chain saw to cut it in half! We still laugh about the "ham" incident.

Janet said...

Years ago we attended a family thanksgiving with all the trimmings with my three year old daughter who had eaten cheerfully enough and then suddenly turned green and then white as only kids can do - before I could get her away from the table she did what kids do best into her plate, lap and chair.
The chair happened to be one of those old fashioned ones with the pierced seat and my last sight as we all left to have dessert and coffee elsewhere, was my brother-in-law assiduously using a toothpick to remove the evidence from the chair - urgggggh! Kids!
Count me in on the draw for the fab fab, please.
Janet in Nova Scotia where Thanksgiving was last month.

Lois Grebowski said...

Flashback to 1987 -- my sister in law and I were roasting a turkey for the very first time. And of course, we had no clue. After drinking a bit too much wine the night before, we were preparing the bird for tomorrow's roasting.

With hands deep in the cavity, no bag of "goodies" could be felt. yes, this was even after holding the phone (to my mom -- long distance!) to one of our ears while holding a flashlight in the other hand and searching the cavity... just giggling...and cracking jokes about it like "being at the doctor"... We looked like two surgeons!

We deduced there were no giblets and stuff. We got an empty turkey.

But, alas, it wasn't meant to be. When my brother carved into it, we got a surprise.

Yes, the bag was there in all it's glory. We laugh about that night to this day.

Robin (rsislandcrafts) said...

Our funniest memories are always of the kids when they eat their first Thanksgiving. I have pictures of all three kids covered in mashed potatoes and holding a big ole turkey drumstick.

Helen said...

One Thanksgiving I forgot to put the yeast in the rolls. Nothing worse than going through all the steps and then noticing the unopened packages of yeast next to the mixer. Yeast rolls are the highlight of holiday meals for some of my family so I had to try and fix it without anyone noticing. I mixed the yeast in as best I could and then kneaded them a bit before shaping them. They turned out great and no one knew. Thank goodness the dough is so forgiving.

Cathy M said...

In my previous home I had a collection of old recipes framed behind my kitchen sink. Silly me I was making the cornstarch/water mix for my gravy and used hot water in a plastic shaker container. Well as I shook it up the container exploded sending cornstarch mixture all over my kitchen including the dozen framed pictures behind my sink. My kids were rolling on the floor laughing and still talk about it. I was finding cornstarch on things for years.

sandi said...

Had my parents visiting for Thanksgiving at least 15 years ago. Mom checked on the turkey about 2 hours into the baking - uh, yes, had forgotten to turn on the oven. And, all these years later the first question my dad asks "Did you turn on the oven this time?" He never forgets, EVER! sandi in Big D - been to Moda - isn't it grand?? setelzrow@grandecom.net

gill said...

aaargh!! we don't have thanksgiving here in the uk - can someone please explain exactly what it is!!
thanks

The Lawlor's said...

I got married Thanksgiving weekend (Canadian) so every year is special.

pdudgeon said...

funniest time was when my Mom got a new stove with two ovens (one on top and one on the bottom)and a glass door.
the turkey went in the top oven and the pies, etc. went in the bottom oven. Half an hour before everything was supposed to be ready (and with a house full of invited guests!) my mom discovered that the thermometer on the top oven was on and set correctly, but wasn't working right. instead of a nice golden brown turkey, we had a pale, lukewarm bird.
She quickly switched the turkey to the bottom oven, kicked up the thermometer, and sent my dad out into the living room to inform our company that 'dinner would be a little late today...'

Fiesta said...

I do not know if this qualifies for funny or embarrassing but last thanksgiving I kept giving my food away because I had a stomach ache for 7 days long and I really could not eat. Upon return to work Monday, a co-worker suggested that I go see a doctor because a 7 day stomach ache was not normal. 5 days later my gallbladder was being removed. When I called all my friends to tell them they knew then why was giving them all my food. One year later, today I am proud to say that I ate all my food and did not give away a single bite.
Happy Thanksgiving

Michelle said...

That is some stash! I remember once asking my mom if I can help pick up anything else for the Thanksgiving dinner. She asked for maybe seven stalks of celery. I bought 7 packages... Thank you for this generous giveaway!

Sharon said...

my funniest one is telling Americans, (i am Canadian) that the reason Canada has Thanksgiving in October is because the pilgrams landed in Nova Scotia first, then made their way down to New England. I can tell this story with a straight face, right up until the end!

SheilaS said...

Many years ago my mom always invited an old bachelor cousin who didn't have a place to go to our home for Thanksgiving dinner. Ed was very shy and didn't really know how to make conversation but could be counted on each year to look at my sister and I and say "My how you girls have grown!" This would not have been funny except that I was in my twenties and Elaine was in her late teens. At which point, my sister would look at me and we would crack up holding our hands over our mouths so as not to let him see us laughing as he was trying to be kind. He really was a lovely old man.

Sharon S said...

Funniest was when my neighbor re-enacted the story of her "acrobatic" turkey. She was watching as her husband was carefully removing the turkey from the oven & the next thing they knew the turkey did a half gainer & landed on the floor. They looked at each other, no one else saw what happened, washed off the bird & onto the platter it went! Their dinner guests never knew!

Leslie said...

Definitely the year I hosted my whole family for Thanksgiving for the week and everyone got the stomach flu....bad!! : )

Di said...

My family still talks about this, the first time I made the Thanksgiving turkey. My mother had given me a great marinade recipe-a combo of Vernors ginger ale, Catalina dressing and orange juice, spices, you name it. You pour all this into the cavity of the turkey and rub the turkey all over with the Catalina dressing. Well, this makes one slippery turkey and mine was a 20 pounder. I'm wrestling with this guy and it slides right off the counter, and I mean SLIDES onto the floor and skids across my kitchen. I have this gook all over me, the counter, the floor, everywhere. Just then, my mom calls to check how I'm doing and I tell her. She jumps into her car, comes right over and walks in the door and here I am sitting on the floor with this darn turkey in my lap. A total mess. She helped me clean it up and we started over. But, that story lives on and EVERY year (that was 20 years ago) that story gets told.

Pokey said...

Our Thanksgiving funny happened at a friend's house. Their son was three at the time. He had gotten up from the table, running around active for several minutes, when he stopped and went to stand behind Dad's easy chair. We could only see the top of his head. When our conversation died down, his Daddy said, "Son, what are you doing?" He called back, "I'm poopin." We all laughed at his honesty, his Mom turned red, and my husband still has the nickname for this boy, now 14, of "Justin the Pooper" (although he says this only to me, of course!)

Dee said...

Now that the kids are grown and they have in law obligations, we do brunch - I burnt the french toast and thru it over the railing to the birds - figure some good might as well come out of it. Now there isn't a Thanksgiving that goes by when my grandson doesn't say, remember grandma, when you made french toast for the bird? He's 15, shouldn't he be over this by now:)?:) - Course, we never know when we are creating a child's "memory".

Becky said...

One of our funniest moments was last night. Two twenty-something nephews and our twenty-something son fighting each other to pack their left-overs in plastic containers. They found a way to pack almost every edible left-over. Thankfully, we had purchased plastic containers to store left-overs. They entertained us with every item they toted home.

Happy Thanksgiving to you! Happy to be sewing today instead of shopping :)

lizzie said...

funniest....I forgot to take the bag on yukky stuff out of the turkey...well the truth be told..I didn't forget...I didn't know it was in there..Lisa

Karen said...

most embarrassing ... 15 years ago when i was pregnant with my daughter and we decided to have the whole family here ... unfortunately the turkey would not/did not cook and we ended up having to eat all the side dishes without the turkey .. at least everyone was cheerful about it ... it took a while to live it down though ....

i just found a fat quarter of this fabric shown in the picture and absolutely love it and now i know the line and how unfortunate it is now gone ...

Anonymous said...

SueBee said

It was when the oven went out and we didnt know it. Had a housefull of people and a half cooked Turkey.
Well at least the veggies were good. Oh and it was family. So that is the story that is told every year.

Anonymous said...

Not really an exciting story, but my most embarrassing or maybe more just strange Thanksgiving was yesterday at my brother's house. His wife's father was there, whom I have known all my life. He kept thinking I was his other daughter, who was at her own home. Her name is Marilyn and I am Mary. Everybody just thought he was just mixing up the names, but as the conversation went on we discovered he really thought I was her. After we told him he still didn't believe us.
I would be thrilled to win the fabric!
Mary
mcdurham@hotmail.com

Annelies Dease said...

Most funny memory....when my daughter was one of the Pilgrims in preschool and instead of saying her lines she just waved to all of us who were there to watch her. Such a precious memory. XXX Annie

Mama Spark said...

Most embarassing huh? I was the one that had to bring pumpkin pies for Thanksgiving. I made 2 from scratch and left them on the counter top to cool overnight. To my great HORROR when I got up, the cats had decided that they liked pumpkin pie and had helped themselves to the middle of each of the pies! Actually they like anything with cinnamon in it. I had to run out to the store and buy 2 pies, *sigh* I love my cats, I love my cats, I love my cats...

L. Gray said...

My most memorable Thanksgiving I was living alone in another state. My mom came up to visit and stayed over the holiday. We bought a 20 pound turkey just for the two of us, we had a nice holiday dinner and the day after Thanksgiving we made dozens of turkey tamales to share with friends and family. It is a nice memory. ~Lisa in CA

Laura said...

My most embarrassing moment was showing up at my grandmother Warners house on Thanksgiving afternoon as a newlywed with some run of the mill pickles I bought at the local grocery store. Now you have to know that my grandmother's brothers were the Farman Brothers pickles in Enumclaw WA and not to show up with Farman Pickles was not the thing to do. I never made that mistake again and still shop only for Farman Pickles although they have been bought out by one of the big boys.
Laura T

Marcyne said...

One of the first Thanksgiving Dinners I fixed at our home in the very early years of our marriage, I left the bag of giblets and neck inside the turkey!! My husband carved the turkey and needless to say we had a good laugh about it as did our guests. Of course, my face turned red as I remembered Mom always removing it when I was a kid at home.

Emma said...

Not the funniest or memorable, but this Thanksgiving, with 14 people here, I tried to cook the frozen corn without water in the pot. When I smelled something burning, thought it was oven overflow, boiling potatoes overflow, my brain overflow, but NEVER thought of the corn, ever after I lifted the lid and threw in a stick of butter. Dear daughter-in-law had to carry the burned pot outside.

Anonymous said...

Thanksgiving is full of good memories. It's the best time of the year. It's cooler outside and the colors are the prettiest. Most of my memories are happy ones and my most embarrassing memory would be that since I was born before Thanksgiving I was the turkey that was brought home on Thanksgiving day. My older brother and sister always called me the turkey. I guess that's why I love to collect different turkey collectibles. Please consider this turkey for your drawing. Thank you!
Karen M

Debra @ Life is a Stitch said...

Don't know if this is the funniest, but one year I made molded butter turkeys and put them on all the pre-set tables: linen table clothes, napkins, the works...My family just cracked up and laughed and laughed. These butter turkeys just struck them as funny...looking at them while they were eating, which body part of the turkey would go on whose dinner roll, laughing uncontrollable. So every year, the first thing asked in the door is where are the butter turkeys.
Some people just don't appreciate culinary effort!!

Jeanne said...

What a great place that would be to get lost inside! This year I added milk to the onion and celery simmering for the dressing. It was supposed to go in the broccoli/rice casserole instead. I'd love to win that fabric.

lovetostitch said...

This was not funny to me, but some members of my family laughed their heads off!! Once when I was very small, my grandparents went on a trip and always brought some little thing back for us. I got a tiny pair of smaller than doll size moccasins. One was missing and we searched all over...... it was found in the stuffing inside the turkey. Needless to say it was ruined, and I was sooo sooo sad, but others thought it was a hoot. I still have them. The next year, my mother tried to match it up in some other cooking venture, which only made me sadder..... I always adored very small items, and those little moccasin shoes were so cute!!!
I would love to go to MODA headquarters - what fun!!!

beeinstitches said...

Last T'giving was IT! My husband is a terrible judge of time and thought it would take us an hour to get to the restaurant where we were having dinner and to meet up with his family. After an hour of driving, he needed gas, then he had no money left to pay for our meals, so he had to go by a bank ATM. In the meantime, his sister is calling me on my cell phone asking where we were? We finally got to the restaurant 45 minutes later. Luckily, it was HIS family we were having dinner with, but I still felt embarrassed.

lynnquiltsalot said...

Funniest - The year I decided that all the vegetable peelings could be put in the garbage disposal. The good news, they went down the garbage disposal in the kitchen; the bad news, they came up in the bathroom sink and left a lovely aroma in the house. Did you know that the day after Thanksgiving is the busiest day for plumbers??

DaisyGirl said...

That would be easy, totally burning the turkey. I put this pecan honey glaze on the turkey, and when we took it out of the deep fryer, it was black! I'll leave the deep frying to the men of the family. (Normally John does the turkey but he had to work). We did enjoy all the sides though! hahaha
DaisyGirl

Anonymous said...

well past the deadline but definitely a story that's remembered and repeated often at my house. The day before Thanksgiving is my pie baking day. When my children were younger (all in mid 30's now), we hosted Thanksgiving for our large family gatherings. One year, I baked 4 pumpkin pies - to be sure we had enough to go around and for 2nds!) but I forgot to put the sugar in as I mixed. What a hoot as everyone dove into thioer 1st bite of pie! Every year since, the family reminds me that they don't wnat another "Squash Pie"!

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