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Old 10-12-2014, 03:10 PM   #1
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Speaking of Thanksgiving what are....

What are the dishes that are normal or traditional in your home. I know it's totally different about everywhere.

For us.
Couple Turkeys roasted in the oven.
Moist dressing
Giblet gravy
Mashed tatters
Green beans
Green bean casserole
Broccoli casserole
Peas
Sweet Corn mixed with cream cheese and jalapeños
Candied Yams
Deviled eggs
Olives and mixed relish tray.
Jelled cranberrys and whole as well.
Home made rolls
Pumpkin, pecan and apple pie
And several outer deserts always show up as well as well as other sides.
We always have family and 20-30 guest...anyone getting hungry beside me..
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Old 10-12-2014, 04:04 PM   #2
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Old 10-12-2014, 04:15 PM   #3
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I grew up in a very Italian, American family. I didn't realize that lasagna wasn't a traditional Thanksgiving dish until I was about 16.
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Old 10-12-2014, 06:14 PM   #4
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We BBQ a turkey the Sunday before, Load trailer up, go to Lost Dutchman State park and have Thanksgiving. Turkey--- Mashed tatters, Cranberry sauce--- Turkey gravy--- Sweet corn---Cornbread---Stuffing--- green olives cut up mixed in philly cream cheese on celery. god stuff. We eat this outside looking at the Superstition Mountains. Great times. For desert we have pumkin pie with vanilla ice cream. good time had by all.
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Old 10-12-2014, 06:43 PM   #5
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My wife and I do an orange-cranberry turkey breast in the crockpot. The Kids don't eat turkey. Mashed potatos, grilled corn, sweet potato casserole, creamed spinach, jellied cranberry sauce, fresh wheat rolls and corn bread. The family all come over for dessert and the lighting of the Christmas lights. Dessert includes pumpkin, lemon merangue and peanut butter pie and whatever else shows up.
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This is the Canadian Thanksgiving holiday weekend. We went away from the traditional turkey and or ham, taters etc and did ribs and honey garlic sausages on th bbq, baked mixed veggies and baked home fries, red cabbage slaw, Moishes cole slaw (Costco), our sons baked beans, baugette loaf, Caesar salad, Apple and pumpkin pie with vanilla ice cream and wipped cream. Only 11 of us but the Navigator made enough for 30.
Stella Artois, Heineken and coffee for afters.
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We did the appys for our family get together. Made jalapeño popper dip with tortilla chips, wife made a few tortilla rolls fill a chicken filling. The popper dip was a smashing success...everyone loved it including those that don't like spicy foods. It had just enough heat when you ate it but it did not leave a lingering burn.
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Hey Tex, my wife is Italian as well, and she always laughs about her family making 3 different types of lasagna for Thanksgiving! I love it, so no complaints from me!
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Staying in RV at Yosemite and having Thanksgiving dinner at the Ahwahnee Hotel
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