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Which Thanksgiving foods are you most excited to eat? (Comments & Reviews) (Page 3)


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I'm looking forward to some Turkey Mole; Our family has served Turkey Mole for over 30 years; it reminds me of my mother (past away 4 years ago) because she used to make it. My Sisters Maria and Magdalena have continued with the Turkey Mole tradition. Its sooo good!!!!

Anonymous

11/14/2012 - 1:23pm

I love to add dried "grown in the USA" cherries, dark dark brown sugar, pecans, with a little half and half cream with my oatmeal.
All natural, but you need to watch the portion. Reason for buying cherries grown in he USA. California, and washington. is because I cooked up a bunch of oatmeal with a cheaper inported cherries, set this out overnight. In the morning when I raised the lid of the pan, I had an enormous amount of hatched small little flies. ALL OVER. That made me think what other imported dried fruits, nuts and food are also infested with flies that are dorment until you wake them up. Dont know how they got through the cooking faze. I tried this same thing using USA grown cherries and have never had a problem.
That taught me a big lesson when buying dried fruit...

Anonymous

11/13/2012 - 9:50pm

Green bean casserole! Yum!

Anonymous

11/13/2012 - 6:03pm

Lefsa. I'm from a norweign family and making and eating lefsa for Thanksgiving is a tradition.

Anonymous

11/13/2012 - 5:20pm

Creamed pearl onions, mashed turnips (solo or blended into mashed potatoes) German style creamed spinach garnished with crumbled bacon and hard boiled egg slices then end the meal with hot mince pie. Happy Thanksgiving, everyone and may God bless us all.

Anonymous

11/13/2012 - 2:23pm

butternut squash soup and leftovers!

Anonymous

11/12/2012 - 8:51pm

Green Bean Casserole!!!!

Anonymous

11/12/2012 - 2:19pm

I love the left overs the next day espeicaly fried dressing from the turkey, for breakfast.

Anonymous

11/11/2012 - 7:13pm

Sweet potatoes!

Anonymous

11/11/2012 - 6:48pm

I love Cranberries zinfandel! I always make extra so that I can freeze it for nights when I prepare pork chops for dinner, along with a baked yam and fresh steamed asparagus...

Anonymous

11/11/2012 - 6:06pm

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