Ideas for Thanksgiving Brunch
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I would like to know what are some really great simple foods for brunch.
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Ideas for Thanksgiving Brunch

posted at 10/26/2010 4:10 AM EDT
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I would like to know what are some really great simple foods for brunch.

Re: Ideas for Thanksgiving Brunch

posted at 10/26/2010 9:06 AM EDT
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In Response to Ideas for Thanksgiving Brunch:
I would like to know what are some really great simple foods for brunch.
Posted by Lodie Q

I like turkey al-king but you could also do a simple soup and sandwich like grilled cheese and tomato soup i love this anytime

Re: Ideas for Thanksgiving Brunch

posted at 10/26/2010 11:11 AM EDT
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How about one of those bread, cheese and meat casseroles you make the night before ... then just bake when needed.   One of those - or two of different flavors with a green salad, a fruit salad and some good bread would be terrific for a brunch.

And a giant basket of many different sorts of cookies for dessert!!

Re: Ideas for Thanksgiving Brunch

posted at 10/26/2010 11:16 AM EDT
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Why don't u bake a turkey bake?  Put everything in a casserole dish, turkey stuffing , carrotts and top with gravy.

Re: Ideas for Thanksgiving Brunch

posted at 10/27/2010 1:41 AM EDT
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From the title, it sounds like you need the ideas for Thanksgiving Day. What time is the turkey being served? If before 3:00PM, I would just put out an assortment of cereals, bagels & cream cheese, english muffins, & jams. If dinner is after 4:00PM, then maybe pancakes or omelets. You want people to be able to eat the big dinner & not be too full from brunch, but you do not want them to be so hungry that they do not enjoy the meal. 

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