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post #1 of 16 (permalink) Old 11-16-2010, 08:22 PM Thread Starter
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Must have foods on your holiday table.

Anyone have one? I'd have a break down if I didn't have my cranberry relish.

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In my house the favorites are the stuffing and the pumpkin pie! My kids all think I make "the world's greatest" mashed potatoes too. Well, I've told them that often enough. (They're full of butter!)

I serve jellied cranberries..for the sake of tradition. No one likes cranberries. We take a taste only.




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My favorite sides are my grandma's dressing (a blobby version of stuffing), asparagus casserole, and mac & cheese. I could do without sweet potatoes though!
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There are three things I MUST have: jellied cranberry (I just can't do the whole ones), green bean casserole, and pumpkin pie. Everything else is just extra.
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In my house the favorites are the stuffing and the pumpkin pie! My kids all think I make "the world's greatest" mashed potatoes too. Well, I've told them that often enough. (They're full of butter!)
Clearly never had mine then.
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My son's gravy. It has begun to be a tradition that he makes Thanksgiving dinner and he makes the BEST (sorry Jeanie) gravy.


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Well.....I said mashed potatoes, but my gravy is good too! I'll let you go this time, Lea, but keep The Corner in mind.




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Pan-fried cauliflower. So good.
Love the whole-cranberry sauce.

No one else in my family would eat it, but sometime around the holidays I'll bake a Tofurky and consume it over the course of a few days. It is delicious.
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My uncle's cheddar potato and brocolli soup.

My mom's homemade stewed apples.

Ham. I never eat ham except at Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Don't forget the Turkey!

I could leave the jellied cranberry sauce. The rest of my family likes it though.
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I'm hungry!!
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