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Not big on the sweet taters or yams. They are alright, but usually an easy pass.

Cole slaw for T Day? Never seen it done.
Usually like slaw though.

Picky eaters can go elsewhere.


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I don't do cranberry.

One of the boys is smoking a turkey this year which will be our Thanksgiving dinner at camp.

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I like everything on that list, just don’t want coleslaw on Thanksgiving!

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After reading the list, I'm finally a minority! 😀 I like everything thing on the list.

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I completely agree with #1, #2 and yams. The rest I'm good with. Rather not eat than eat turkey.


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Originally Posted by MadMooner
Cole slaw for T Day? Never seen it done.

Same here. Potato salad on occasion, but not cole slaw.

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You can have every sweet potato ever grown. I have always hated them


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Originally Posted by Ghostinthemachine
Anyone do the pickled herring thing? Maybe that's just a Minnesota thing. Stuff is outstanding.

Delicious but I have to admit that I am lazy and buy the Elf brand (I think it is) in the grocery store.

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that stupid sweet Potato dish with marsh mellows on top. How ever, a sweet potato pie is wonderful


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Originally Posted by renegade50
. Cranberry Sauce
2. Turkey
3. Green bean casserole
Ham
Coleslaw
Sweet potatoes/yams
Stuffing/dressing
Pumpkin pie
Carrots
Mashed Potatoes
Corn
Macaroni and Cheese
Apple Pie


I like alla that stuff.
Even fruit cake!!!


Who the fuuuuk they survey???


Buncha fussy azz fugg,s who have to have their own special schit made for them and them only???
Like little bytches and schit who had to have mommy cut their sandwiches for em diagonal for school lunch.
Or else they would pout???


WTF is the matter with people???
Seen schit like this all over this rock.
Ungrateful mutha fugga,s planet wide.
Everyone needs to be fuuuuking catered too for their little control bullschit in their heads.

Fuuuuk that...
Eat what the fuuuuk is made of what you like from it.
Or JTSFU and go hungry.
We ain't bending over backwards so you dont pout....


Give em a fuuuking menu #22 shrimp jambalaya MRE for T day chow and say eat it, trade schit outta it with your buds, or go fuuuuking hungry mofo....

JFC.......


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Yep Rene gets it.

Far too many fuqtards in this country have no idea what good food is. If it does not come from Mickey Dees or a delii, or Chinese takeout, they do not even recognize it as food.

Of course there's a good chance they never had a Mother to teach 'em what real food is.

Every item on that list will be on our table on Thanksgiving, and again on Christmas, except the mac and cheese. Momma makes a killer baked mac and cheese with three of four cheeses in the mix. But it's not for holidays.

There will be four families dividing up the left overs.


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That each person may reap as he/she has sown.
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Originally Posted by slumlord
Families across the nation will soon seek out to grocery stores to begin preparing for a feast. However, one survey suggests there might be some items you want to keep out of the grocery cart.

The Vacationer, a website focused on all things travel, recently collaborated with SurveyMonkey to ask over 1,000 Americans which traditional Thanksgiving foods they disliked the most.

Surprisingly, the majority of those surveyed admitted that they hate turkey- which for some is the prototype of Thanksgiving food.

Most hated foods for Thanksgiving 2022:

1. Cranberry Sauce
2. Turkey
3. Green bean casserole
Ham
Coleslaw
Sweet potatoes/yams
Stuffing/dressing
Pumpkin pie
Carrots
Mashed Potatoes
Corn
Macaroni and Cheese
Apple Pie


The survey found the most disliked Thanksgiving food for 2022 goes to cranberry sauce with 30.51% of American adults saying they could do without it.


I eat all of that. The only thing I can’t eat is beets.

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Originally Posted by slumlord
I only can cite pumpkin pie as a NO out of that list

Smells AND looks like baby shît



U fugger

I used to like pumpkin pie


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Pretty sure I’ll never fry a turkey again

Every time I do one, extended family gets all hissy fit about not being finished as they arrive

My brother in law ate about 10 big fluffy yeast rolls and watched Speed TV the rest of the afternoon

Another time, my inlaws gorged up on ham slices and mashed potatoes and then said they were full as I brought the bird in.

Was the turkey ready at the specified meal time?

Was windy a few times, slowed cook times

But only about a 15 mins delay

Shouldn’t be asking too much for people hold their craw shut for a few mins instead of tearing into everything like dogs
After the first time I'd lock the fuggin' door to the house until it's ready.


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Just so ya know Mr Slummy

last trip to Walmarks.........

on line pick up of course

they sent out a nice plump frozen 22# hen

$.098 a pound

do the math


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My turkey baking experience

Weber NG grill

300* as per weight

The roasting bag is the key ticket


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For several years we raised 50 Cornish Cross broilers and a dozen turkeys each year. We grew the chickens large for baking and had about one a week. The turkeys, yes the target was 30 lb live weight. Some a little bigger, some smaller. I remember a couple I had to use the meat saw and split so we could get them in the oven.
We cooked about one a month. Usually I boned it out without even carving it for the table. Momma made turkey pot pie, shepard's pie, turkey noodle soup with home made noodles, tacos, "chicken" encheladas, etc, etc from the frozen turkey.

It was a break from the venison and home grown pork in the freezer.

These days.....it's just easier to buy a frozen bird than to raise and butcher our own.


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Mac n Cheese, at best that's a snack for a 3rd grader.

Turkey, I'd rather take an azz whooping. Haven't eaten none of that nasty store bought schitt since I got a divorce about 13 years ago.


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As stated earlier in the thread their latest agenda for making every holiday "woke" is to entirely wipe out Thanksgiving. They are already exercising the term FRIENDSGIVING and hoping it will take.

I'm down for every item (assumimg its homemade) except green bean casserole. WTF anyone would take a green beans, drown it in cream of mushroom condensed cat vomit, toss in some French's fried onions, then bake and serve that abomination is beyond me. Some poor bastard had to start that as a joke

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Originally Posted by tikkanut
My turkey baking experience

Weber NG grill

300* as per weight

The roasting bag is the key ticket
Bag it so the turkey doesn't stink in the trash bin??


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