Poll: What Is Your Favorite Classic Thanksgiving Dish?
On your marks! Get your grandma’s dinner plates set! GOBBLE! Thanksgiving is a yearly celebration of the blessings in our lives. We’re grateful for family, friends, rent-to-own furniture, and FOOD! If you’re a food-loving feaster like us, you probably love all the entrees, side dishes, and desserts but, let’s be honest, we all have favorites. Which one is yours?
- Turkey, duh!:
Fried, smoked, or baked! All turkeys are great. Whether your team white or dark meat, if you love turkey best–make your voice heard!
One of the more underrated contenders on this list, stuffing can be prepared in many ways and for a myriad of dietary preferences. It’s versatile, savory, and synonymous with filling (for good reason). If you love to stuff yourself with stuffing, pick this option.
- Brown sugar-glazed sweet potatoes with marshmallows:
Is this dessert? Or is it a side dish? Is side dessert even a thing? Sound off to the left if you can’t get enough of this broiled sugar casserole.
- Homemade cranberry sauce:
Do you prefer the homemade stuff? Do you favor it over everything else on the Thanksgiving dinner table? If the answer is yes, make your opinion count by voting this choice.
- Canned cranberry sauce:
Feel the tension in the air? Must be feeling the heat coming from team homemade cranberry sauce! If your favorite dish on the Thanksgiving menu is this sliceable, jelly-like sauce–click the button on your left to reveal which cranberry sauce has more votes.
- Mashed potatoes–with or without a plop of gravy!:
Creamy, garlicky, buttery, or all of the above. Pick this option if mashed taters are what you love.
- Pumpkin pie:
If you look forward to pumpkin spiced everything season, this rich, creamy pie might be your top pick.
- Apple pie:
It’s easy, it’s sweet, it’s got fruit in it. What else could you want? Oh–that’s right–maybe a scoop of vanilla ice cream? A la mode or not, pick this option if apple pie is your Thanksgiving favorite.
- Pecan pie:
Whoever thought about baking candied pecans should have a national holiday in their name. If you agree with that statement, pick this option by clicking to your left.Loading ...