Two years later, I'm still thankful 4 a nice food

Well hello folks.  Yes, I know, It’s been a couple long years without any documentation of my devouring exploits.  If u’ve been wondering, I have not stopped eating food. I have simply been focusing on my extra-devouring life, u kno?

NEwayz, at the suggestion of friends, I decided to revive this extremely sensational blog, and what a fine day 2 do it: Thankgiving!  I kno u all have been starving 4 an update, so I hope this will satisfy ur craving 4 a kamrandevour ;)

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 I am in Seattle 2 visit my sister and nephew 4 the holiday.  My brother, mom and mom’s boyfriend came up from San Jose, while I came 4rom Hawaii of course. For dinner 2nite, we enjoyed a real fine establishment called Local360. 

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I got the Dinner-Delux.  A real prime traditional thanksgiving turkis set. Here’s the nice trick about this Local360 – all his items are sourced from organic farms located within 360 mile radius of Seattle. 

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Alexei got the same item, as it was the obvious choice.  If u cannot read the sign above, Here were the items of indulgence:  A cider-glazed turkis, a yello and green bean, a mash potatoe, a cornbreads with honey-butters, and some of that cranburry item.

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As u can c, the entire family was in attendance! After the dinner, we aquired some of the finest punkin pie I ever seen.  It had a nice spice 2 it, to say the least.  (FYI, that is not my dad on the right. It is my mom’s BF)

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Even my nephew, Lil’ Max was devouring.  He got a set of real deluxe fried peanutbutter ball with jelly and milk.

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My mom loves 2 bring gingers with her wherever she goes.  Her best trick is 2 order a hot water, and then cut up the ginger and implant it into the water.  She says it helps u digest the food, and I don’t doubt it one bit!

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However, I rather have a second helping of dinner, eating her left-overz!

All in all, I am thankful 4 a family of fun times, and a strong stomach to help me continue 2 devour my life away (in the best possible wayz).

Au revoir mon ami!