thanksgiving

  1. Morning Glory

    Thanksgiving Dishes: the good & the bad

    As well as the obvious roast turkey, there are side dishes such as green bean casserole (originally created in 1955 by Campbells to promote their mushroom soup), mashed potatoes, squash, sweet potatoes with marshmallows, Brussels sprouts, cranberry, stuffing to name but a few. Some of these...
  2. Shermie

    Has anyone made plans for Thanksgiving yet?

    I'm going over to my nephew's house. The one who stayed in Georgia. :wink:
  3. WhatsCookingMama

    Holiday meals 2019

    I want to start planning my Thanksgiving and Christmas menus. I'm looking for some inspiration. We prefer traditional and nontraditional holiday meals. What's your favorite holiday dish?
  4. K

    Thanksgiving

    This Thursday, in the United States, it's Thanksgiving. It's one of, if not the biggest, cooking and eating holidays of the year. What's on your menu? What are you cooking up this Thanksgiving?
  5. CraigC

    Our Thanksgiving Turkey

    We purchase a 12# fresh turkey which I wet brined last Tuesday. Removed it from the brine late Wednesday night to let it dry some in the fridge. At 5:00 AM, EST Thursday, I removed it to warm up. I set up my BGE for indirect cooking, mixed some 1/2 splits of pecan in with the lump charcoal, then...
  6. katelinwdavis

    Five Must-Have Holiday Side Items

    This is a short list of some side dishes that I personally MUST have at my dinner table for both Thanksgiving and Christmas dinner! Being a full-time college student who also works part-time, I find it difficult to make very extravagant foods for the holidays. This list consists of all the side...
  7. ElizabethB

    Recipe Savory Sweet Potato Casserole

    Sweet potato casserole has always been a part of our family Holiday Dinner. The traditional recipe uses huge amounts of sugar and marshmallows on top. It is so sweet it should be classified as a desert. Middle sister is hostess for Thanks Giving. Last year I told her I would bring the Sweet...
  8. Dados1950

    Thanksgiving dinner-Guys in the kitchen

    This discussion is thrown out to all the cooking guys in the forum...but the ladies can chime in also.. My wife and I both love to cook. We host family Thanksgiving dinner every year. This is her favorite holiday right after Christmas and she insists on "ruling the kitchen" and the menu...few...
  9. L_B

    Happy Thanksgiving USA!

    So what is everybody in the USA having for Thanksgiving dinner? How are you celebrating the holiday? I wish each and every one of you all the best today, Enjoy your time spent with family and friends. Be thankful for all that you are blessed with in life! Cheers!!
  10. SatNavSaysStraightOn

    American Thanksgiving Thursday 26th November

    I don't know much about America. Thanksgiving is one of those things that is alien to me but it seems like a good idea, get the family together around the table and have a meal. But I'm guessing there is more to it than that? Why is it traditionally associated with turkey? Why is the date...
  11. Pat

    Going out to Thanksgiving Day Dinner

    This year my birthday is on Thanksgiving. My family and I get together on Thanksgiving with everyone cooking something. This year because it is also my birthday I have asked the family if it would be possible for us to go out to one of the really nice restaurants for dinner. It would be the...
  12. L_B

    Monday is Thanksgiving here in Canada!

    Well Thanksgiving is upon us once again in Canada. I have been busy getting stuff in for our annual Thanksgiving day feast. We are having the traditional turkey dinner with all the fixings. I am not a fan of pumpkin pie so I am thinking we will have cheesecake of some sort for dessert. I have...
  13. TheViper

    Food You Hate Cooking

    Which kind of food or recipe do you absolutely hate making during the festivities? For me I hate making all these pies for Thanksgiving as it literally takes over five hours to just get them prepped. The fact that you have three different types makes it even more time consuming. What about you guys?
  14. winterybella

    What's the biggest cooking holiday in your country?

    Hands down, it's Xmas where I live. I don't get caught up but I can tell you if people never eat the entire year, they get to eat at Xmas and eat really BIG. Green peas and rice, pork, stuffing, baked ham, turkey, chicken, fish (optional), stew of some sort, vegetables, salads of every kind and...
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