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Response to KamaAina (Original post)

Tue Nov 24, 2015, 09:12 PM

12. I have when my parents belonged to country club.

I did Thanksgiving for the family for their last ten years but a couple of times we just weren't organized enough or someone was not feeling well and we just went to the country club. It was fine (not home cooked good) but fine. We knew all the servers and staff so it felt homey in its own way. And they had the best. pumpkin pie ever. It was spiced in someway that I have ever found repeated but delicious. Not too hot, no too sweet but just delicious. You could also buy them whole in the lobby just before Thanksgiving for 25 years and then they just stopped it. That place really went down fast with staff cuts and stuff like that. It was never fancy,it was a working man's country club. We really didn't mind having to quit after he died it just wasn't the same place anymore.

And one thing about eating out at Thanksgiving is that turkey and gravy is pretty much a staple at family style restaurants. Your pretty much guaranteed a decent offering and they probably throw in something extra on Thanksgiving.

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