Saturday, December 17, 2011

Comment Game

It's time to play the comment game again. We are home this weekend instead of on our boat because there's so many thing to do to get ready for Christmas.

Here's how it goes: I'll start the game off at the bottom of this post by choosing two words or phrases, like coffee or tea, and which ever one you prefer you choose. You can also explain why. When you have done that you do two new words or phrases for the next commenter to choose from. Feel free to come back as often as you like. Just have fun. If someone derails the game will one of you put it back on track? Thanks.

First comment: Breadcrumb stuffing or cornbread stuffing?
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23 comments :

  1. For me it has always been breadcrumb stuffing, but this season we have outsourced caterers and their stuffing is mostly rice filler. I have had rice stuffing before, but this is incredible. When the caterers bring it is everyone wonders if there is cabbage rolls on the buffet just from the aroma. But it is the stuffing, and there is no cabbage mixed in. It is really a different treat, but I am having no luck trying to procure a recipe from any of the employees.
    Have a wonderful Christmas Sandee
    Frank

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  2. Shoot, forgot the next two words for the game. So, to keep it Christmasy --
    "Real Eggnog, or Mulled Wine.

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  3. Mulled Wine! dur...

    Real Tree, fake tree, or no tree?

    Yeah, I know that's 3 choices but I'm feeling rebellious today! Big hugs xoxo

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  4. I love a real tree, but this year is no tree...

    Red/green or other colors?

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  5. Red/Green for me as it's Christmassy

    Beef or Turkey

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  6. I like both but will go with beef.





    Jingle Bells or Rudolph (songs)

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  7. JIngle bells, of course!

    Cookies or cake for Santa?

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  8. How about cake for me and cookies for Santa? Or maybe just cookies for Santa after I've eaten all the chocolate chips out of them. Okay, now I've confused myself...

    Jack Frost or Rudolph?

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  9. Rudolph! His bright nose makes me feel all warm & fuzzy inside. Unless he has a cold and drippy nose then I'll take Jack Frost. Hmm.. Can't make up my mind.

    Christmas in the..

    Country or City?

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  10. Neither. I've never liked stuffing, it is too gooey and I don't like gooey foods. Plain and simple. Now if you want to give me JUST some cornbread with butter I'm down with that. :)

    Happy Holidays!

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  11. Well I will have to go with Steve's I guess so I will say.. Country

    Okay so let's see hmmmm..

    Grandma's house or in-laws house?

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  12. Happy Holidays everyone. I will answer the previous question as blueyes forgot to add a question. I have lived in the country all my life and really love Christmas here but I have no doubt that it must be quite exciting in the city. My question now - Candy canes or chocolate?!

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  13. Chocolate, anytime, every time.

    Still photos or videos of family Christmas.

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  14. Breadcrumb stuffing is best. As for photos versus family videos, as an artist I vote for photos because they require more thought to capture expressions or create interesting compositions. Of course this could just be the result of all my videos being rubbish.

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  15. Responding to #13 above, (#14 left no choices); Still pictures, easier to conceal gaffes and goofs,and look semi-normal.
    Merry Christmas or Happy Holidays?

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  16. without a doubt Merry Christmas

    holly or mistletoe

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  17. I will go with punch, espcially if it is rum punch, it is more my thing than egg nog!

    Sweet or sour?

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  18. Sour.

    White meat or dark?

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  19. White meat

    Away in a Manger or Silent Night?

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  20. Silent night.

    Pre-Christmas shopping or post-Christmas shopping?

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  21. Pre-Christmas shopping now that I live in New Zealand, and they run out of everything by Christmas and don't re-stock it.

    White Christmas or Down-under Summer Christmas

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  22. Well yes, cornbread is for chili. Period. End of discussion.

    The idea that anyone would put it in a turkey, well that is almost as hard to fathom as eating milk chocolate when you could have dark.

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