Do you prefer the same dinner every year for Thanksgiving?
Many of us have traditional family recipes that we eat every Thanksgiving. Whether you are the cook or just the guest, do you like to have the same things every year or do you like to try new recipes?
I think holidays and traditions go hand and hand. Then again, it's up to you how you shape those traditions.
I myself wouldn't have thanksgiving any other way then the old fashioned turkey, stuffing, and pumpkin pie.
Great question. I love the same dinner we have which is turkey, ham, pie, yams, dressing made with herbs, and stuff. I also like new things on the table if we can add them. Good food is hard to resist. Happy Thanksgiving Precious Heart.
God Bless You.
Yes and no. I always love some ham instead of turkey. However, I like to switch up the vegetables and sides.
So funny because I just now finished preparing the recipe and mailing it to all-comers. Last year we did a non-traditional meal, which was nice but still all the comfort foods we enjoy regularly. This year we're sticking with non-traditional; but since I'm in charge it will be "non-traditional traditional". This means all the basic foods we tend to have for Thanksgiving but done from exquisite recipes. Only the main course will be different: salmon and shrimp.
Sure do! We only put out that same spread one time a year so it's not like we have a chance to get tired of it.
YES! Thanksgiving comes once a year and traditions are both enjoyable and fun to observe.
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