Turkey or Ham
My first time in here but This is where this one belongs. I'm the chief cook at our house and Thanksgiving dinner's menu has come up.
Since I have held this position, (7 thanksgivings so far) we've had turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, peas and green bean casserole along with the trimmings. This year a twist has come up. We have permanent custody of our 12 year old Granddaughter and adopted her best friend last month. The two girls are lobbying for a "Honey baked spiral ham" which is bought at the honey baked ham place. My question to you gentlemen and ladies is does
ham often replace turkey at this holiday function? I ask because my girls claim it is very common. They are, (the girls) the very best manipulators of the facts in order to get what they want that I have ever encountered and believe me I've been around. I don't really care but would like to base my decision, (turkey, ham, both) based upon a bit more information. If this sounds like STUPID A QUESTION, please know I have only celebrated this holiday with my family 7 times. The prior 33 years I was deployed. When ever possible, we had turkey.
Thank you all in advance for advice and suggestions.
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