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Old 11-24-2015, 03:19 PM   #1
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A Happy Thanksgiving to All Those on the Road

I'm not a full-timer, but I'm curious about the Thanksgiving menus that full-timers prepare when they are boondocking or otherwise not visiting with family. What's your go-to method for cooking that bird? And is Turkey Day as big a feast on the road as it typically is in a sticks-and-bricks home?

Happy Thanksgiving to you all! What a blessing it is to be a part of such a great country!
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We are in Salem,OR where we are having our Country Coach turkey day dinner. There are a number of us that have no family close by so we get together in an RV park, use the clubhouse and do the works.

Tomorrow night is happy hour and Italian dinner
Thursday is breakfast and turkey dinner
Friday is coffee & donuts and shop till you drop and Red Lobster for dinner
Saturday is breakfast happy hour and encore presentations (left overs)
Sunday is good bye breakfast
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We have spent three thanksgiving in our rv and have always made a turkey breast. Between the grill, convection oven and cooktop, we have just as big a feast as if we were in the s&d. We even managed dinner for seven one year when my parents drove over from the coast.
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wife said she can cook anything in rv she / we cooked in s/b
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Just saw this oldie-but-a-goodie. Hope she rinses it again.
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We are in Salem,OR where we are having our Country Coach turkey day dinner. There are a number of us that have no family close by so we get together in an RV park, use the clubhouse and do the works.

Tomorrow night is happy hour and Italian dinner
Thursday is breakfast and turkey dinner
Friday is coffee & donuts and shop till you drop and Red Lobster for dinner
Saturday is breakfast happy hour and encore presentations (left overs)
Sunday is good bye breakfast
What a great idea! Family, like home, is where you find it.
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