After two years' absence from Black Angus Steakhouse on Thanksgiving day, my friend and I had returned this year for our traditional thanksgiving dinner there that we started several years ago. Last time we went, it was $16.99 for a whole dinner with all the fixings. This year, it was $18.99 per dinner. We like that the dinner included a bowl of richly delicious potato soup. My friend suggested to go to my favorite Chinese restaurant which was open on Thanksgiving day. But to me, I just needed to get that turkey dinner on Thanksgiving. I never had any kind of food other than the American Thanksgiving dinner on Thanksgiving and the thought of not having it this year drove me into a panic mode. So my friend gave in and I had my familiar comforting Turkey dinner that I usually enjoyed at Black Angus Steakhouse.
As usual, I was overall pretty satisfied with my turkey dinner there, even though pie isn't this restaurant's specialty. The restaurant has very decent dinner rolls, and I love the turkey stuffing there.
The pumpkin pie I had there wasn't the greatest, but it wasn't bad. I always requested the server to heat the pie up for me because I don't like pumpkin pie cold.
I had many Thanksgiving Dinners at relatives' or friends' homes where I literally felt like torture to me because the food was either too bland or just not well prepared by the not-so great cooks who think they are good cooks. In order not to hurt their feeling, I often had to act like I loved their food that they piled on my plate. There is nothing more tortuous than forced feeding myself a plate of cold, gamy or bland dry turkey, with the really mushy and overcooked broccoli or canned green beans casserole. The worst part was I had to sit at the dinner tables with people I love and care and try to hide the fact that I was literally repulsed by their cooking. I just don't like canned veggies, I love fresh green beans but I hate canned green beans, particularly when they are drown in canned mushroom soup. So this year, once again, I came up with all kinds of excuses to dodge my thanksgiving dinner invitations and chose a decent turkey dinner over spending time with friends and family.
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