What are your favorite things to eat for Thanksgiving dinner?

I am looking for some new and interesting ideas to cook for Thanksgiving dinner. What are your favorites? Something new? Something interesting? Please share.

Green bean Casserole!! It’s so good!! Green beans in a casserole dish with cream of mushroom soup and top it off with bacon and cheese and a crispy crunchie topping!! MMMMMMMMMMMM! Is it Thanksgiving yet? You just made me hungry!! I hope you try this!!

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19 Responses to “What are your favorite things to eat for Thanksgiving dinner?”

  • Mother of 2 says:

    Stuffing is always a winner for me.
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  • mediocritis says:

    Smoked turkey and dressing with the smell of sage, smothered in hot brown gravy!
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  • Cole17 says:

    I love green bean casserole and sweet potatoes with marshmallows.
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  • Doug says:

    I’m into the basics…turkey, stuffing, mashed potatoes. I love apple pie and cheesecake too! Appetizer trays with cheese, crackers, pepperonni, etc. are always awesome too!
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  • crazychick4boyz2010 says:

    My favorites are Dressing with lots of Gracy and cranberry sauce. But for desserts my favorite is a caramel pie! It’s great
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  • Bubbles says:

    mashed potatoes with a little philadelphia cream mixed in, mm mm mm is really good. I also enjoy the homemade pies especially apple pie, yum yum. I make homemade garlic biscuits with a little taste of cheese in the middle that melts in your mouth, which will be added onto the Thanksgiving table this year. have a wonderful holiday.
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  • BlairBear says:

    My mothers DRY turkey. I don’t know how she does it every year but she does. Its become a tradition now. Oh yea and her burnt dinner rolls, yum.
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  • toniann m says:

    i think i like it all i also like something no one eles likes turnups mashed with butter.there yummy i get them all to my self.
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    IF YOU COOK YOUR TURKEY WITH WINE {SWEET}OR BEER THE TURKEY COMES OUT SO TENDER AND A GREAT FLAVOR.

  • nee says:

    ham, corn bread, mashed potatoes, pumpkin pie, cranberry sauce
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  • qbanita0113 says:

    I love stuffing, but the one thing i look forward to is dessert. Sweet potato pie! YUM!
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  • happyasianman89 says:

    Green bean cassarole!
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  • Sweet Pea says:

    i love turkey, stuffing, cornbread, ham, greens, corn, and greenbeans.
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  • big pickle says:

    you
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  • Angie says:

    Green bean Casserole!! It’s so good!! Green beans in a casserole dish with cream of mushroom soup and top it off with bacon and cheese and a crispy crunchie topping!! MMMMMMMMMMMM! Is it Thanksgiving yet? You just made me hungry!! I hope you try this!!
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  • martha c says:

    hen and dumplings
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  • Midnights snow says:

    Turkey !, stuffing, deviled eggs, and Dirt pudding.

    Dirt pudding is vanilla pudding with Oreos cookies crumbled on top to look like dirt. Its realy good !

    You could use other types of puddings if you wanted to also but vanilla is the best for it.
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  • lovetazzy83 says:

    my mom’s broccolli and cheese. it’s waaaay better than any other i’ve ever had. it’s too bad the recipe is a family secret!
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  • Sunshine Suzy says:

    Green Bean Caserole
    Turkey
    Dirty Mashed Potatoes
    Cooked Carrots
    Green Salad
    Stuffing
    Biscuits
    Apple Pie
    Pumpkin Pie
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  • awommack says:

    dressing
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