Discussion in 'Community' started by NYCitygurl, Nov 14, 2012.
Thanksgiving is an excellent meal. And leftovers for days ...
I like mashed potatoes a lot, but I don't eat American food on thanksgiving.
Ham and sometimes birthday cake, when my birthday and Thanksgiving are on the same day.
I put Turkey, as that is what we have most of the time, but this year my family's going to our alternate meal and having Lasanga. If the world doesn't end on Dec. 21, we'll probably have Turkey fro Christmas dinner.
I say turkey. I love the dark meat. Which is good cause I'm the only member of my family who does. I have nice turkey sandwiches for weeks afterwards.
Oh no! How do I choose?? I love it all. I turn into a disgusting gluttonous pig at Thankgiving because I want it all and eat it all.
Yeah, there really should have been ticky boxes instead of forcing us into one specific choice.
Stuffing! I love pumpkin pie, but stuffing, with gravy on top, is just heavenly.
Stuffing, but it has to be made by myself or my mother, because my grandmother's is too bland.
Considering how pumpkin pie is my favorite food in general, I'm going to have to go with mashed potatoes and/or stuffing as Thanksgiving favorite so as not to do repeats.
Apple pie with ice cream
Pumkpin pie with whipped cream.
Pumpkin pie is my favorite, though my aunt's mashed potatoes are a close second.
It simply doesn't get better than stuffing.
In my family, we have sweet potato pie, instead of pumpkin pie.
This is a really tough decision, as my favorite part of the meal varies with the year and the recipes people are using. Grandma's cranberry salad is the best, but sometimes she puts nuts in... pie is always a safe bet...but if we have wild turkey, it's soooooo luscious. What the heck. I'll say stuffing.
i find the traditional thanksgiving dinner to be kind of bland and uninspired. i know, i should be forced to move to france or something.
stuffing! it makes for excellent leftovers too
Don't do traditional thanksgiving dinner then. Do your own thing.
yeah, my family has started doing thanksgiving brunch the last few years with bread pudding as the featured dish. yum!