Wednesday, November 26, 2008

remember Charlie Brown...


...when Peppermint Patty tells him to host Thanksgiving? Its pretty funny-the best he can do is jelly beans, popcorn and toast.
I have been asked what we plan to have for an anarcho-punk VEGAN Thanksgiving:
popcorn, jelly beans and toast.
:)

14 comments:

Newt said...

Have a wonderful thanks giving!

I would totally love a meal of popcorn, jelly beans, and toast!

Anonymous said...

Would that be cheddar popcorn? And would those be jelly bellies? And would the toast be made with organic, stone ground whole wheat flour bread?
EH

J said...

that does sound good. I may have to watch that show tonight (I think I have the DVD around here somewhere...).
Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

Karen said...

Weird! My girls were just talking about the jelly bean, popcorn and toast thanksgiving menu at dinner last night.
Whatever you eat, have a very happy Turkey Day!

Baseball Mom said...

Sound good to me. :) I Tivo'd that the other night, I think it was on ABC, any a count ... We will probably watch tonight.

Happy Thanksgiving!!

Giggles said...

Lol I'll be there even though we did thanksgiving last month!

Jessica said...

Sounds good to me! lol Have a good one! :)

Gary Rith Pottery Blog said...

thanks everybody, the real menu will be shown tomorrow!

cm said...

The Beatles were wrong. All you need is toast.

Gordo said...

CM's right. Jelly beans don't hurt, though.

kcinnova said...

I recommend sliced sweet potatoes, sliced sweet onions, a bit of sea salt, all drizzled with olive oil and roasted in the oven. (I just finished supper and that makes me hungry to think about it!)

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Our local grocery store has cakes in the shape and coloring of a 3lb roasted turkey. All I could think is, GROSS!!

Michelle said...

I'd take popcorn, jelly beans and toast ANY DAY over...*shudder*...green bean casserole. Blech.

Hope your t'giving is awesome.

PEACE said...

Ah, the hubs and I are vegetarians not the full out vegans, but still it gets tough. But, when we have 12 people over for dinner, I do the turkey and the whole kit and kaboodle. But, no one ever notices my rendition of green bean casserole, sweet potato casserole with Amaretto, seven layer salad and my scrumptious dressing are all vegetarian and I have made them all Vegan. Have a great Thanksgiving and be sure to find that Soy turkey roast!

Anndi said...

Linus made Lucy toast once (under threats of a thwapping) and she almost gacked when the toast was barely brown... can you imagine? Raw toast!! LOL

Popcorn and jelly beans... mmmmmm!