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Happy Thanksgiving Y'all !!!!
We hope everyone has a wonderful and thankful day today.
We also will raise our glasses to say thanks for all the great people here at WineMakingTalk !!

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Happy Thanksgiving to all an looking forward to a great holiday season for all of us,as always (think outside the box)
 

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Best wishes for a very Happy Thanksgiving to my "family" on WMT. Have a great day with your families.
 

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Happy Thanksgiving to all my friends at WMT. May your holiday table be full of your favorite wine! Prost!
 

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Happy Thanksgiving WMT’ers!! Got my Popeyes turkey on the Primo, just me and Mrs. Johnd up at the property til Sunday. Little duck hunting, little deer hunting, little fishing, little feasting, and a lot of relaxation....
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Happy Thanksgiving friends!

Mother in law is here and the kids will be home this afternoon to celebrate the last holiday in the Mannsion. We move to temporary housing over the weekend.

Traditional Thanksgiving dinner in store. We’ll be sharing a Luna Chard, French Rose, Brunello and a Pinot Noir with dinner tonight.
 

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The kids are touting this new-fangled stuff called "mayonnaise" as a way to get a great sear on meat: https://skillet.lifehacker.com/you-can-use-mayonnaise-to-sear-a-steak-1834218246 . Once you think about what is actually *in* mayonnaise, it makes sense: mostly oil and egg. Who wouldn't want that on their steak?

Our dear guest has been prodding me to try the mayo thing sometime. We're having rack of lamb for Thanksgiving, and I had been planning to marinate it in EVOO/garlic/thyme/rosemary, sooo... epiphany. I made an mayo/aioli hybrid, with lots of thyme and rosemary too. (Easy way to make mayo: )

I just slathered the aioli all over the rack. This is actually easier than the marinade I was planning, as I won't need to put it all in a ziploc bag and turn every hour or so. I'll let you know how it goes!
 
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