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‘A little bit of everything’ – Michael Fieri’s restaurants close on Thanksgiving eve

Diners at Michael Fisk’s restaurants in Lake Geneva, New York, have received a few Thanksgiving treats in the mail.

A photo posted to the restaurant’s Facebook page on Tuesday shows a package of turkey stuffed with turkey, bacon and gravy, which was sent from a local food truck.

“We have been working hard with our team to prepare Thanksgiving dinner for the customers.

We have been planning a great time and we are looking forward to sharing with you today,” Fisk wrote in a statement to FoxNews.com.

Fisk is the owner and chef of the restaurant, where he said the turkey stuffing was made with local ingredients.

He said it is his “first Thanksgiving since November,” adding that the staff is trying to plan for the holiday.

He said the menu will include “some of our best, freshest ingredients.”

“The restaurant is closed on Thanksgiving Eve,” Fikis statement read.

“Thank you all for your patience.”

The package was addressed to Michael Finkis and his family.

“Thank you to our customers for their kind words.

We are working hard to prepare dinner for our guests,” Finki said.

“We are excited to share with you Thanksgiving dinner this year.”

In a statement, Fisk said, “The last thing we want is to disappoint our customers.

They will be celebrating Thanksgiving on Sunday.”

Fisk added that the turkey will be “dinner” on Thanksgiving Day.

The Fisk family has been on the road for more than two years, having opened the restaurant in August 2012 in New York.

A new restaurant has opened in downtown Chicago, but there’s a problem with its name: It’s named after a penguin

A new downtown restaurant in the US is calling itself “Pigeon Forge.”

The restaurant, named after an iconic Chicago restaurant, is open for lunch on Monday and dinner on Tuesday.

It will have a menu of sandwiches and a drink menu.

It’s called Pigpen Forge and it is being launched by the restaurant chain Duckworth’s, in partnership with the Animal Rescue League of America (ARCNA).

The restaurant is owned by the American Poultry Industry Association (APIA), the animal welfare group, which says it was inspired by a scene from the 2009 film Duckworths Duck and Duckworth.

It has been open since May.

The restaurant’s name was inspired in part by a line in the film, “Duckworths, Duckworth, Duck” where Duckworth describes his restaurant’s menu as a “Penguin Forge.”

“The restaurant is about the human connection with birds,” said Mark Roesch, ARCNA’s vice president for sustainability and animal welfare.

“It’s about giving back and giving our guests the opportunity to have fun.”

The duck’s name is actually a reference to a duck that was captured by a duck hunting crew.

The duck is named after the movie Duckworth as a nod to its famous location.

“There’s a lot of people who see the penguin as the iconic duck that’s captured by an American hunting crew,” Roeschi said.

“We’re trying to create a new bird in the community that people can identify with.”

The new restaurant will serve lunch and dinner, but the menu will change depending on the weather.

The APIA said it wants to focus on local and sustainable seafood.

The Ducks Inn and Suites, in the Loop, was named for the ducks of the area, but Roescha said it is “more of a dive bar” and that the restaurant’s location makes it ideal for events.

“The duck is an iconic, iconic bird and we really want to honor that by being more locally owned,” Riesch said.

The Duckworth family owned the restaurant from 1946 to 1960.

The owner was John Duckworth Jr. and the restaurant was located in downtown Champaign.

“He really took it seriously, and I think that’s what’s so exciting about it,” said Emily Wahl, the executive director of the ARCNA.

“I think that the community is excited about this idea and want to be part of this new breed of restaurant.”

Roeschan said he hopes to have a more permanent location.

Roesches family was a pioneer in Chicago, opening his first restaurant, the Duckworth Café, in 1892.

The current restaurant is named for John Duckie Duckworth Sr. and his grandson, who is the current chairman of the Chicago Board of Realtors.