Favorite Side Dish

 

Just because we don't have enough Off Topic and wandering threads. Give us a quick post with your favorite Holiday Side Dish.

Mine is an Oyster soufflé.

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Frank Nuvi 3597LMT 37.322760, -79.511267

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Side Dishes

Dressing most of all, then celery with cheese and pumpkin pie with whip cream smile

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johnm405 660 & MSS&T

Stuffing

johnm405 wrote:

Dressing most of all, then celery with cheese and pumpkin pie with whip cream smile

I love my wife's stuffing. She cooks it inside the turkey like our ancestors have done for a thousand years without anybody getting food poisoning.

Phil

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Phil in Mentor, Ohio -- Garmin Nuvi 1450

Gotta B

Mine has gotta B fried onion rings!

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Nuvi 2460LMT

Mmmmmmmmmmmm

plunder wrote:
johnm405 wrote:

Dressing most of all, then celery with cheese and pumpkin pie with whip cream smile

I love my wife's stuffing. She cooks it inside the turkey like our ancestors have done for a thousand years without anybody getting food poisoning.

Phil

Just love that stuffing!!!!!!!!!!!

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"Never argue with stupid people, they will drag you down to their level and then beat you with experience.” ― Mark Twain

Stuffing & Pumpkin Pie

Stuffing made with the gibbets and pumpkin pie.

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Garmin Nuvi 2450

I'd reply but

If my significant other ever saw it I'd be dead meat cause she's a lot cuter n' my SO! razz

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Never argue with a pig. It makes you look foolish and it anoys the hell out of the pig!

French fries!

Every day is a holiday with french fries!

What, No Vinegar?

scott_dog wrote:

Every day is a holiday with french fries!

Something I miss when I travel south is French fries with vinegar. In Canada, white vinegar is a standard condiment on tables in fast food joints. But, in the U.S., all you get is malt or balsamic vinegar... just not the same sad

Ah!!! But we have gravy,

Ah!!! But we have gravy, here in the South!

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Frank Nuvi 3597LMT 37.322760, -79.511267

Has anyone...

Fried there Turkey?

did it come out ok if you did?

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"

That's if they even have any

DanielT wrote:
scott_dog wrote:

Every day is a holiday with french fries!

Something I miss when I travel south is French fries with vinegar. In Canada, white vinegar is a standard condiment on tables in fast food joints. But, in the U.S., all you get is malt or balsamic vinegar... just not the same sad

In the USA if you ask for vinegar for the fries they look at you as if you had two heads.

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Nuvi 350 long gone, Nuvi 855LMT, Nuvi 2797LMT, 3790LMT passed on to my daughter. Using Windows 10

And

phranc wrote:

Ah!!! But we have gravy, here in the South!

Biscuits? I always tell them skip the biscuits, most tasteless food in my opinion.

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Nuvi 350 long gone, Nuvi 855LMT, Nuvi 2797LMT, 3790LMT passed on to my daughter. Using Windows 10

Gravy on the French Fries,

Gravy on the French Fries, Melaqueman!

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Frank Nuvi 3597LMT 37.322760, -79.511267

Strawberry/cranberry sauce

Strawberry, cranberry sauce my wife makes. its delish.

Chili & Cheese on the fries

Topped with a handful of crisp bacon pieces!

Also, cranberry-jello salad with pineapple, pear, and walnuts.

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Garmin nüvi 3597LMTHD, 3760 LMT, & 255LMT, - "Those who wish for fairness without first protecting freedom will end up with neither freedom nor fairness." - Milton Friedman

It's all gravy

A hearty stick to your ribs gravy and hot out of the scalding grease Yorkshire pudding..

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Nuvi 2595LMT, Nuvi 40, GPSMAP 62s, TomTom One XL -Change what you can, manage what you can't.

Jell-o

A family friend makes a Jell-o dish with a simple, but delicious recipe handed down from her grandmother.

Creamed Alligator

bwarden wrote:

A family friend makes a Jell-o dish with a simple, but delicious recipe handed down from her grandmother.

My ex-MIL makes creamed alligator. Lime Jello with pineapple chunks and Coo Whip mixed in.

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Frank Nuvi 3597LMT 37.322760, -79.511267

Deep-frying a turkey

A few years ago I was in Florida & we were invited over to a friends house for Thanksgiving.

The turkey was deep fried in peanut oil using a propane fry cooker & it was so tender & good that I went out & bought myself a kit !

I had a party at my house on January 1st of that year & all my guests (Canadians) thought I was crazy cooking a turkey in my backyard in the freezing cold.

It was a big hit and as good as the one I had in Florida but caution must be used & some research done beforehand (Oil temperature that should be maintained for cooking & knowing the smoke/flash/fire point degree with the type of oil being used, etc)

It certainly was good & alot of fun in doing grin

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Nüvi 255WT with nüMaps Lifetime North America born on 602117815 / Nüvi 3597LMTHD born on 805972514 / I love Friday’s except when I’m on holidays ~ canuk

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Oh, never mind. Didn't realize this was about food. smile

Green bean casserole

Particularly good mixed with mashed potatoes later in the evening. smile

A little late, but...

I'm still enjoying leftover cranberries, made with fresh ginger and juice/zest from an orange.

I had them this morning with plain yogurt and a cup of coffee.

So perfect!

Sounds good...

JM wrote:

I'm still enjoying leftover cranberries, made with fresh ginger and juice/zest from an orange.

I had them this morning with plain yogurt and a cup of coffee.

So perfect!

NICE!!!

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Bobkz - Garmin Nuvi 3597LMTHD/2455LMT/C530/C580- "Pain Is Fear Leaving The Body - Semper Fidelis"

Us canuckleheads

JM wrote:

I'm still enjoying leftover cranberries, made with fresh ginger and juice/zest from an orange.
I had them this morning with plain yogurt and a cup of coffee.
So perfect!

are lucky in that we can celebrate Thansgiving in October and then once again in November along with our neighbours to the south if we so desire.

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Nuvi 350 long gone, Nuvi 855LMT, Nuvi 2797LMT, 3790LMT passed on to my daughter. Using Windows 10

My Favs....

Corn Pudding and Oyster/Cornbread stuffing.. Can't be beat wink

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"Everything in excess! To enjoy the flavor of life, take big bites. Moderation is for monks" ~ Excerpt from the notebooks of Lazarus Long, from Robert Heinlein's "Time Enough for Love"