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Post by slooroo » 2 months ago

So what kind of foods does everyone like to eat on different holidays? During 4th of July the entire south will run over each other for BBQ. Of course Thanksgiving it's all about turkey, dressing, and so on. Mardi Gras I love making king cake and cajun food.

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Post by Juneberry » 2 months ago

To me, the stuffing is the best part of thanksgiving, not the bird. Turkey is nice but... stuffing <3 Other foods I really like from holidays are macaroons (passover safe!), and basically any sweet there is. Like I don't celebrate Christmas, but I loooove gingerbread houses and cookies and all that.

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Post by Megan » 2 months ago

I love my mom's turkey dinners. She makes the BEST stuffing. Love in the summer usually for the 4th of July or just in the summer my mom makes awesome salads like pasta ones and stuff. Not a holiday thing, but a tradition, we always make shish kabobs every summer.
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Megan wrote:
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Not a holiday thing, but a tradition, we always make shish kabobs every summer.
Kabobs are pretty good so that's an interesting tradition.

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slooroo wrote:
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Megan wrote:
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Not a holiday thing, but a tradition, we always make shish kabobs every summer.
Kabobs are pretty good so that's an interesting tradition.
We'll be making some next week! :)
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Megan wrote:
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We'll be making some next week!
Sweet. We grill stuff like catfish but I don't know if I'd call that a tradition.

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Post by Princess MeowsePad » 2 months ago

I love turkey and mashed potatoes on Thanksgiving. While I do enjoy some other sides, I'm really not a fan of stuffing at all.
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Post by Juneberry » 2 months ago

I don't know why, but I suddenly crave Hannukah latkas.

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Post by slooroo » 2 months ago

I usually skip stuffing because it's kind of dry for my taste.

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