• Rush Limbaugh - The True Story of Thanksgiving:

    https://officialrushlimbaugh.com/the-true-story-of-thanksgiving/

    #RushLimbaugh #History #Pilgrims #TurkeyDay #HappyThanksgiving #Thanksgiving #Thanksgiving2023
    Rush Limbaugh - The True Story of Thanksgiving: https://officialrushlimbaugh.com/the-true-story-of-thanksgiving/ #RushLimbaugh #History #Pilgrims #TurkeyDay #HappyThanksgiving #Thanksgiving #Thanksgiving2023
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    The True Story of Thanksgiving
    Rush was an important part of your lives for so many years. As you know, he loved the holidays and couldn’t wait to be with you on the radio, especially at this time. I am certain you have fond memories of driving in your car or sitting with your family listening to Rush tell the true story of Thanksgiving. Let’s continue the annual tradition!
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  • I considered it a blessing to work from home roughly 3/4 of the time. Each day I'm looking forward to my mealtime at my cosy house simply because I'm a pretty picky eater and I don't enjoy dining out (requesting gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free dishes is a pain every time). To make sure I cook more than one dish when I have time and store it in the fridge for later, I still need to plan my meals in advance. Since my daughter suggested it a few days ago, tomorrow will be Turkey Day.
    The turkey leg was already prepared yesterday by marinating it in soy sauce, many spices, pineapple pulp, onions, ginger and a tonne of garlic (as usual, lol, because I adore garlic). And now it's in the oven already after having rested in the fridge for a day. It will cook slowly for 5-6 hours in the oven.
    Planing it in advance makes it much simpler for me to eat delicious lunches at home in between workdays ????‍????????
    How do you set up your meal break at work?
    Some folks dedicate one day to the week's worth of preparations.
    I would prefer to approach things loosely, just going with the flow.
    Happy Wednesday everyone! ????
    #SomeeEvolution #Somee #Hive #OriginalContentOnly #WorkingFromHome #MealPlan #MealPrepaparation #TurkeyDay #Slowcooking
    I considered it a blessing to work from home roughly 3/4 of the time. Each day I'm looking forward to my mealtime at my cosy house simply because I'm a pretty picky eater and I don't enjoy dining out (requesting gluten-free, grain-free, dairy-free, and sugar-free dishes is a pain every time). To make sure I cook more than one dish when I have time and store it in the fridge for later, I still need to plan my meals in advance. Since my daughter suggested it a few days ago, tomorrow will be Turkey Day. The turkey leg was already prepared yesterday by marinating it in soy sauce, many spices, pineapple pulp, onions, ginger and a tonne of garlic (as usual, lol, because I adore garlic). And now it's in the oven already after having rested in the fridge for a day. It will cook slowly for 5-6 hours in the oven. Planing it in advance makes it much simpler for me to eat delicious lunches at home in between workdays ????‍???????? How do you set up your meal break at work? Some folks dedicate one day to the week's worth of preparations. I would prefer to approach things loosely, just going with the flow. Happy Wednesday everyone! ???? #SomeeEvolution #Somee #Hive #OriginalContentOnly #WorkingFromHome #MealPlan #MealPrepaparation #TurkeyDay #Slowcooking
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