Southern Cornbread Dressing! (has to have gravy on it)
i crave brussel sprouts and cubed sweet potatoes with a bit of brown sugar and some chopped nuts. heard on npr lrcasper interviewing mark bittman. patrick
Sweet potato souffle
I am all about the desserts!! Not pumpkin pie though... but pecan pie, apple pie... mmm :)
I voted other because my favorite food is sweet potatoes that you mash yourself and cover them with butter and salt and pepper!!! Nobody in my house likes sweet potatoes so I need to wait for a holiday when there are other people around. This, too, is the only time that I really want a piece of plain old pumpkin pie with just a little bit of cool ship on top!! Happy Thanksgiving!!!!!!!!
Wild Rice Stuffing and of course leftovers...cold turkey sandwiches...YUM!
I voted stuffing, but I make my stuffing like dressing and put some in the bird sometimes, but usually bake it in a pan. Bought a stuffed bird, from the store. Oh my gosh. What a waste of food & money. It couldn't be worse. no way, COULD IT BE WORSE, it was AWFUL.
In the south, we would never defile dressing by stuffing it inside a bird carcus. Dressing is too good just the way it is, in a great big pan.
I couldn't vote for just one thing because I love it all except turnip. But you also HAVE to have boiled onions!
Sweet potatoes and balsamic roasted brussel sprouts AND cranberry/orange/walnut baked brie! Delicious!!
Everything with pumpkin!
It's just another Thursday! It means Nothing to me at all,never has!
Since there is a big difference in "Dressing" and "Stuffing", I chose not to put stuffing as my vote since I am an avid dressing person! Can't wait to have some! Oh and spaghetti and cheese! YUM O!!!!
We use a vegetarian substitute called Dinner Loaf. It is wonderful. I like it with mashed potatoes, green peas, and all the other foods mentioned.
Everyone I know has mashed potatoes at Thanksgiving. All depends on how you were raised and what part of the county, I suppose. Dressing, Turkey, and Pie. YUM!!
Sweet potatoes, dressing and Pumpkin Pie with whipped cream and being Thankful for all God's gifts to our family..
I'm with you, Lilly!
I love all those things, but my favorite is (yes, I'm serious) cauliflower and broccoli with home made cheese sauce....*SWOON*
Thanksgiving dinner can be whatever you want it to be.Just be thankful you have something to eat at all. Since I now know how to make cranberry relish...I kiss the canned stuff goodbye!
I love cranberry relish on turkey sandwiches w/really good bread.
I'm excited about everything! Thanksgiving isn't Thanksgiving without all of the items listed in the poll...plus all the extras that make it our family celebration...and it's not just the food, it's getting together with family and being thankful.
Oven baked sweet potato fries eith apple chuyney dip
Thanksgiving is the only time of year thar I ever make mashed potatoes. I LOVE them, but I'm just too lazy. LOL
I chose other for all the delicious variety of side dishes and desserts. Can you say cranberries, pumpkin, sweet potatoes, mashed taters, green beans, frog eye salad? The list goes on!
I am looking forward to scolloped oysters. S.
My favorite dish at Thanksgiving is my grandmother's cornbread dressing with giblet gravy! This not stuffing; it is cooked separate from the turnkey and is devine! Also, my mom's homemade crescent rolls melt in your mouth: you can never have enough of these rolls!!!
Skip the turkey and who has heard of mashed potatoes for Thanksgiving???!!!!
Thanksgiving dinner should be turkey, cornbread dressing with oysters on the side, giblet gravy, cranberry sauce or relish (cranberry relish with orange is my favorite), sweet peas with pearl onions, green beans with almonds, fruit salad, homemade crescent rolls with butter, ice tea with orange or lemon slices, pecan pie, pumkin pie, apple pie with vanilla ice cream!
I chose "other" because "all of the above" wasn't an option. :)
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