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11-22-2010 @ 8:50AM
I'm not sure if I like this holiday or not. I know the cooking benefits are worth it, its the only holiday thing I'm going to make sure that my most used alts are going do. I know that cooking once you get to northrend is extremely useful, especially for those mana users out there. I know I was a happy druid to see that the fish you cook in northrend give health and mana. One less thing to carry.As for the holiday meal at my house, I am personally responsible for the home made cranberry sauce. I'm the only one left of the family that knows how to make it (and refuses to settle for the can!). I've even been called and asked to make a bowl for my aunt to take with her to the big family gathering (that I'm going to miss this year).. and I've gotten myself an invite to her after thanksgiving-thanksgiving dinner so that she's got leftovers-dinner.. so that I can have my uncle's candied sweet potatoes which are the best ever.The usual turkey and trimmins will be on the table, but the cranberries and the sweet potatoes are my favorite.
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