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    Thanksgiving Dinner

    For any of you guys that happen to be in Patong over Thanksgiving (Thursday),
    we'll be serving roast bbq turkey will all the trimmings, buffet style -all you can eat,
    for 650 baht.
    Can call for reservations: 076340464
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    Damn...sounds great. Wish I could be there!

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    I dont want to derail your thread Bill

    But is a turkey expensive in Thailand?

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    6 kilo turkey about 1200 baht. Not sure of the US price atm, but I'm sure much less there.
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    Do you deliver?
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    A woman won The Nobel Peace Prize? Must have been a pretty good sandwich.

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    Quote Originally Posted by billpay View Post
    6 kilo turkey about 1200 baht. Not sure of the US price atm, but I'm sure much less there.
    For Canadian Thanksgiving I bought a 9 kilo Turkey for about 600 baht......which I think is insanely cheap

    But 1200baht for all the way over there is not so bad.
    I remember in 2004, when Robert ran Silk it took him forever just to get his hands on 2 turkeys for his Xmas buffet.

    We are headjng to Washington State tomorrow and doing a buffet on Thursday also....38usd for turkey, ham and seafood buffet

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    Quote Originally Posted by billpay View Post
    6 kilo turkey about 1200 baht. Not sure of the US price atm, but I'm sure much less there.
    Firstly - Happy Thanksgiving for tomorrow to you, Bill and all my American friends.

    That's a good price Bill - can I ask where you got it - Butterball or local?
    I want one for Xmas.
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    It is a butterball from Makro. We got two from there and one from Villa Mkt., which was 1400 baht for 6.2 kilos.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billpay View Post
    It is a butterball from Makro. We got two from there and one from Villa Mkt., which was 1400 baht for 6.2 kilos.
    Thanks Bill .
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    Quote Originally Posted by marc26 View Post
    I remember in 2004, when Robert ran Silk it took him forever just to get his hands on 2 turkeys for his Xmas buffet.
    Amazing heh?? how things have changed in 10 years????555555
    Custard should be a colour...cos I could then paint over the mess I've just made!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Evilbaz View Post
    Firstly - Happy Thanksgiving for tomorrow to you, Bill and all my American friends.

    That's a good price Bill - can I ask where you got it - Butterball or local?
    I want one for Xmas.
    What????? you not coming to dodger's super Christmas extravaganza of a Chrimbo Lunch?????
    Custard should be a colour...cos I could then paint over the mess I've just made!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Dodger View Post
    What????? you not coming to dodger's super Christmas extravaganza of a Chrimbo Lunch?????
    At 1000 per person +++ when a 6kg turkey is 1200 baht?
    Nope - I'm a Pensioner (who cooked the turkey dinner for 30+ years) just trying to feed a large extended family 555!
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    ^^^^







    Have a great Thanksgiving bill..

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    God I'd love to come there for a nice big Turkey Day feast. I've been working overseas so long that it feels like forever since I had a real home cooked Thanksgiving meal.

    Props to you for keeping the tradition alive...

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    I absolutely LOVE Thanksgiving and Thanksgiving Dinner. I do hope we have a decent turnout, but if not, we will have plenty of turkey for the next few days.....and I love turkey sandwiches.
    So, either way a great outcome for me.5555555
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    win win...

    Confession.. I have never eaten pumpkin pie..

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    We always used turkey in our Club sandwiches in the restaurants.
    Or just dumb 'em down to turkey and bacon and chips - "Special".
    Last edited by Evilbaz; 26th November 2014 at 19:39.
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    Quote Originally Posted by LivinLOS View Post
    win win...

    Confession.. I have never eaten pumpkin pie..
    I fckn LOVE pumpkin pie!....probably on two pies are better: key lime and pecan.
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    Quote Originally Posted by billpay View Post
    I fckn LOVE pumpkin pie!....probably on two pies are better: key lime and pecan.
    ha
    I've never had any of those 3!!

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    ^JEEEEZUS....that's anti-American!55555
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