Census Favorite traditional Thanksgiving food?

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Favorite traditional Thanksgiving food?

Poll closed Mar 24, 2012.
Turkey 18 vote(s) 11.3%
Stuffing 42 vote(s) 26.3%
Mashed potatoes and gravy 23 vote(s) 14.4%
Corn 4 vote(s) 2.5%
Green bean & fried onion casserole 3 vote(s) 1.9%
Cranberry sauce 9 vote(s) 5.6%
Ham 9 vote(s) 5.6%
Pumpkin pie 21 vote(s) 13.1%
Apple pie 8 vote(s) 5.0%
Other (please specify) 23 vote(s) 14.4%
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  1. General Kenobi Administrator Emeritus

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  2. General Kenobi Administrator Emeritus

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    Thanks to jada-marnew for the idea!

    Hmmm. It's a tough choice.

    Of course, gravy goes on anything! :D

    Probably stuffing.
  3. Lt_Jaina_Solo Jedi Grand Master

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  4. Bib Fortuna Twi'lek Jedi Youngling

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    Pumpkin pie is so delicious. You can't put gravy on that!
  5. jada_marnew Jedi Grand Master

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    Did I forget to suggest sweet potatoes with marshmellows? Cause that is one of my favs.

    But STUFFING!!!!!! LOVE IT! [face_love]
  6. droideka27 Manager Emeritus

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    I voted corn :p

    Stuffing is gross. :(
  7. Master Salty Jedi Grand Master

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  8. DARTH_CONFEDERATE Force Ghost

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    Dressing, sweet potato pie, sweet potatos, turkey, oh shucks everything.
  9. Mrs_Kitty Jedi Grand Master

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  10. Bant428 Jedi Master

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    *twitch twitch drool* pumpkin pie
    *droool drool twitch* PUMPKIN PIE!!!!
  11. VadersLaMent Chosen One

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    I like stuffing, but pumpkin pie is almost as good as sex...and I'm not even including whipped cream. ;)
  12. Altaira Jedi Master

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    apple pie... just took two bubblers out of the oven. :)
  13. FurryDuck Jedi Master

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    Stuffing. I actually don't like many Thanksgiving foods (like turkey, potatoes, pie, and cranberry sauce).
  14. Amidala Starkiller Force Ghost

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  15. DarthCrambette Jedi Master

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    Definately mashed potatoes, but not gravy. I can live off of mashed potatoes. [face_love]
  16. padawanskywalker Jedi Master

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  17. BobaChris12 NE RSA & Buffalo, NY CR

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  18. ForceMaster101 Jedi Grand Master

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    All of it. :cool:

    Money doesn't grow on trees, it grows on my trees ;)
  19. padawanskywalker Jedi Master

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    I like all of it too.Favorite is mashed potatoes and gravy.
  20. Jedi_Daniel Manager Emeritus

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  21. Saber_Leader Force Ghost

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  22. jedijason8080 Jedi Master

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  23. Lonewolf89 Force Ghost

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    It?s all about the apple Ppie. My mom has a great recipe for it. To me, the rest of the meal is just a prelude to the real reason for Thanksgiving.
  24. Tobey-Wan Force Ghost

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    Turkey... yum!

    Great for Christmas, too!
  25. MasterKingsama Jedi Master

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    you poll is rather culturally and regionally exculusive i would say, leaving off such great thanksgiving favorites as homemade mac and cheese, giblet dressing, sweet potatoe pie, yams, pecan pie, and greens just to name a few...
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