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What is a traditional Thanksgiving meal for you?

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      Kandykahne 5 wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • Turkey, stuffing, potatoes and pumpkin pie!estatic




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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • Turkey, of course.
      Mac n cheese
      Home made corn bread dressing w/gravy
      potato salad
      deviled eggs
      collards seasoned with salty ham
      corn
      green beans
      and my son’s favorite...dinner rolls.
      Believe it or not, Thanksgiving and Christmas is the only time I serve the dinner rolls. He get’s so excited about the rolls. Come to think of it, my brother always did too! He would smash them flat as a pancake and eat the whole lot of them.




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      Marya1961 wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • Yummo!..do you add anything to your stuffing?




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      Angell Villafañe wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • Turkey, Ham, cornbread stuffing, gravy, mashed sweet potatoes w/ oatmeal/walnut crumb topping, green bean casserole, homemade rolls, macaroni and cheese and sweet potato pie...all my mama’s recipes! YUMMO! estatic




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      L J wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • turkey, stuffing, collards, yams, sweet peas, and lord!!!

       DON‘T FORGET THE CHICKEN PASTRY////
      AND GIBLET GRAY!!!!estaticestaticestaticestaticestaticestatic
      lj




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      Karyn Olson wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • Turkey, stuffing, corn, cabbage rolls, mash potatoes, gravy and some sort of salad...happy




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      Doreen XoXo wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • Turkey, gravy, stuffing, mashed potatoes, creamed cauliflower, corn, stuffed celery, stuffed artichokes and some italian dish like lasagne or baked ziti.  Jello, pudding, all kinds of pies and a lot of alcohol!!!!  

      xoxo




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      Lisaregenia wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • All homemade (except jelly cranberry sauce)
      Turkey & turkey gravy – sometimes we have ham too depend on who's comin
      Stuffing
      Rolls & cornbread
      Ambrosia Salad
      Green bean casserole
      Yams usually baked w/ apples
      Mashed potatoes w/ more gravy
      Cranberry sauce (jelly & fresh)
      Also cranberry chutney
      Creamed corn
      Stuffed celery
      Pumpkin pie & cheesecake
      Sometimes mini-fruit tarts, just depends on who’s comin :)




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      Frannie1964 wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • Turkey
      Ham
      Yams
      Stuffing
      Green Beans
      Mashed potatoes
      Gravy
      Cranberry sauce
      Pumpkin pie
      Apple pie

      I usually spend Turkey day at my mom’s house or If I cook, I order It..lol, I’m not a cook what can I say. I’m the one who brings the pies from Marie Callander’s happy




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      Anne E wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • turkey
      stuffing
      mashed potatoes
      gravy
      cranberry sauce
      sweet potatoes
      rolls/butter
      green beans
      pumpkin pie with whipped cream
      happy




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      Karyn Olson wrote Nov 8, 2009
    • With all this talk to food...I sure am getting hungry...estatic




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      Paris Mano wrote Nov 9, 2009
    • If I am alone, whatever I find in the fridge. My daughter and granddaughters are coming this year so I will have the traditional turkey, dressing, potatoes and veggie! Not sure about the dessert but I cut out a recipe for an Eggnog Spice Bundt Cake that looks yummy! Think I might try making that. Looks easy. Just dump everything into a bowl and pour into a pan and bake....my kind of recipe....estatic




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      Marie66 wrote Nov 9, 2009
    • Turkey, stuffing, gravy, mashed potatoes, rolls, green beans, cranberry sauce, fruit salad and pies..  

      Now, I’m getting hungry estaticestatic




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      Lori Daniell wrote Nov 9, 2009
    • mmmmmmmm!

      I keep it simple actually.  Turkey, stuffing (sausage and sage), mashed potatoes, giblet gravy, mashed turnips, home made cranberry sauce and rolls, asparagus or green beans..

      holy cow I’m hungry ahaaa




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      Marya1961 wrote Nov 9, 2009
    • Awesome meal plans...I am trying something a bit different this year as it is usually just the three of us and I have to cook more of a vegan meal because of my hub’s food allergies..but I always add the chestnuts and raisins to my stuffing and this year I am going to attempt to make a pumpkin roll using vegan ingredients for the cream filling.happy




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      Encee wrote Nov 9, 2009
    • Thanksgiving is an event at my house and I really love it!  

      The Menu:  

      Midday soup - usually cream of celery or mushroom w/ a side of fried bacon and croutons
      Homemade biscuits  

      The Feast:  

      Turkey w/bread stuffing
      Gravy
      A tray of pickles, olives and sweet “crab” apples
      Our own cranberry conserve
      Sausage and Chestnut Dressing
      Homemade Pumpkin Bread

      Sangria

      Sides:
      Mashed white potatoes
      Sweet potato casserole (my mom’s recipe)
      Kale
      Mashed turnips and carrots
      Creamed Cauliflower

      Dessert:
      Traditional pumpkin pie
      Pear pie
      Fresh whipped cream  

      Homemade mints

      Coffee or Hot Chocolate or what my daughter likes is a 50/50 mix  

      Wow.  I’m hungry now!!




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      Kmarie wrote Nov 9, 2009
    • Turkey breast roaed or fried
      cranberry suace
      Sausage and pecan Dressing
      Homemade yeast rolls  

      wine
      Sweet potato casserole
      Greens
      carrots  

      Dessert:
      cake or fruit pie    

      Egg nog




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      Mary Clark wrote Nov 9, 2009
    • My Thanksgiving meal consists of:
      (1) baked turkey with vinegar base spices injected
      (1) Fried turkey
      Cornbread dressing (no sage) made with day old biscuits and homemade cornbread...(it’s moist and you can cut it in squares)
      Gravy
      Homemade macaronic & cheese made with only Cracker Barrel Extra-Sharp cheese...
      Sweet Potato Souffle
      Green beans
      Brown Rice
      Fruit Salad (5-cup)(1 cup of sour cream, 1 cup of pineapple chunks, 1 cup of coconut, 1 cup of marshmallows, 1 cup of mandarin oranges)
      Garden Salad
      Green Bean Casserole
      Cranberry Sauce
      apple pie
      pecan pie (that’s pronouced witn a long “a” on pecan)
      And another dessert that I have not decided on yet..
      Rolls
      Fried Biscuits




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      Frannie1964 wrote Nov 10, 2009
    • Hummm, I’m thinking I need to drop by everyones place to try a bit of everything you got..LOL, sounds so yummy!tongue out




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      Janet Wooley wrote Nov 10, 2009
    • I am drooling ladies your making me sooo hungry. We have
      Ham & Turkey
      Mashed potatoes w/giblet gravey & ham gravey
      rolls
      some kind of hot veggie
      an assortment of salads
      Janet’s jello
      broccoli rice & cheesse casarole
      pies & cookies
      After eating the guys lounge and watch football and the girls & kids take a long walk and end up at the park where we talk and the kids play for awhile. We head home and mom asks does anyone want dessert??




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      Lisa Middlesworth wrote Nov 10, 2009
    • wow, it sounds like we are all having a fabulous menu for Thanksgiving.
      I love Thanksgiving, it’s about being thankful.
      We always take turns around the table letting each other know what we are thankful for.




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      Mary Clark wrote Nov 10, 2009
    • I love Thanksgiving too.  We took all take a turn to state what we are thankful for now and the past year.




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