Favorite Thanksgiving Day Dish

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Nov 24, 2009
  1. tinymonkeyt
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    Member tinymonkeyt GBAtemp brat

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    Yay! It's almost that time of year again!
    Tell everyone about your favorite dish during this holiday :]

    I don't really have a big fat American Turkey dinner usually, but I absolutely loveeee stuffin' and turkey. It tastes so good! I haven't eat most "popular thanksgiving day dishes" so I don't really a lot of choices.
     
  2. Hop2089

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    Stuffing yuck

    That stuff is nasty and it's irritating that some people put it inside the turkey, I want my turkey free of stuffing.

    Anyway since I get wild game this time of the year my favorite dishes are roast elk, roast turkey, deer ribs, pheasant, quail, and cranberry sauce
     
  3. dinofan01

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    Honey baked Ham. mmmmmmmmmmmmmm. In a close second is mash potatoes with gravy.


    Edit: ahhhhhh! My post count is 2012! Oh no the world gonna end!








    Cuz it shares the number with a crappy movie! ahhhhhh
     
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    Mash potaters wid gravy, turkeh, corn.
     
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    Turkey (Only white meat, because I hate the slimy, dark meat), Mashed Potatoes, Gravy (On the turkey and mashed potatoes), Sweet Potatoes/Yams, and Cranberry Sauce.
     
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    There's no Slapsgiving in France.
    What ? no I said Thanksgiving [​IMG]

    (Hopefully some people will understand the reference)


    Edit :
    There's really no thanksgiving in France, we don't have to eat turkey on that day, we can anytime.
    Why the traditional dish is a turkey by the way ?
     
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    Reheated Green Bean Casserole.

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    But the dark meat is the juiciest part. [​IMG]
     

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