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    Stuffing mixed with mashed potatoes and then covered in gravy.

    I guess thats 3...
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    Quote Originally Posted by scottync View Post
    1. Mom's chicken and dumplings
    2. oyster stuffing
    3. a real cranberry sauce (e.g, real cranberries, sugar and orange juice)
    4. heavy whipped cream for pumpkin pie or other baked delicacies
    We showed our kids canned cranberry sauce one year... they revolted but fortunately my wife did make the real stuff too.

    Must admit I smoke up an awesomely moist and delicious turkey. It’s done with a beer can steam like beer can chicken, injected poultry spices with butter and olive oil, plus continuous basting from racks of ribs above the turkey in the smoker.

    Cranberry sauce, turkey, and ribs is all I need, but a good Chianti or merlot helps wash it all down.
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    Giblet gravy and hot yeast rolls. Gotta have real mashed potatoes too. OK guys, don't forget to help out with the dishes. Thanks to all the wonderful cooks who make our Thanksgiving meals something very special.
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    Quote Originally Posted by MMinSC View Post
    ...cornbread stuffing with apple, sausage, sage and pecans...
    My first wife, now deceased, used to make cornbread dressing ("stuffing") with fresh figs. Wow!
    I never learned to do it well enough to equal hers, and figs are hard to come by up here.
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    MMinSC, what can I say? Stuffing just has never done it for me. Give me turkey, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes, string beans, and pumpkin pie.
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    Jelled cranberry sauce & yams with marshmallows

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    My 81 y/o Mother's sweet potato casserole and her green bean casserole. I value every chance I get to spend time with Mom.
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    Favorite Thanksgiving side dish
    Stuffing with giblets, covered in gravy.
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    mashed potatoes and gravy for me. No spuds and it ain't Thanksgiving.

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    Quote Originally Posted by DownInTheDark View Post
    Stuffing mixed with mashed potatoes and then covered in gravy.

    I guess thats 3...
    Try mixing in a little sweet corn with it sometime. I know it’s triple-dipping starches, but it’s REALLY good!
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    3 way tie between cranberry sauce, rolls, and pumpkin pie.

    Wait, make it a 4 way tie with green bean casserole.

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    Stuffing and wild rice, covered in gravy.

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    Sage dressing (some of you weirdos call it stuffing) made in a pan, not inside the bird...It's such a tradition in my family that there is a special pan handed down thru generations.
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    Quote Originally Posted by OldVet View Post
    Anything with oysters in it would go in the trash at my house. Cannot stand the taste.
    Ditto for me plus I would add any seafood that hangs out at the bottom of the ocean...some nasty crap down there.
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    Quote Originally Posted by viney266 View Post
    Sage dressing (some of you weirdos call it stuffing)
    When I write an $80 per person menu, it is called dressing. At home when everything is free it is called stuffing.
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