Thanksgiving Favorites

Next week is Thanksgiving for those that live in the US. It tends to be a holiday where we think a lot about food. I do think social media has helped with reminding us to be thankful for many things we take for granted and I enjoy reading all my friends’ posts on Facebook for what they are thankful for. I am thankful for all of you and for the opportunity to be a part of Magical Musings. I wouldn’t be doing what I do today if Michelle had not put a call out for reviewers for the blog and offered me the amazing opportunity.



Today, though, I want to talk food. What is your favorite food dish that you eat on Thanksgiving? For those that do not celebrate this holiday, what is your favorite food dish that you eat over another holiday?  Extra credit if you link to the recipe online somewhere or share it in the comments!

My favorites would probably be the scalloped corn and pumpkin pie! Oh, and the cranberries. And stuffing. And rolls. And this awesome frozen fruit salad my mom always makes. Looks like I can’t pick a favorite!

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10 Responses to Thanksgiving Favorites

  1. Does ‘everything’ count as a favorite food? This is the one holiday a year where I don’t cook. Hubs takes care of everything – so it’s all good. (Seriously. He’s a wizard at Thanksgiving food. His turkey is to die for.)
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  2. Edie Ramer says:

    The picture is so yummy. I’m with B.E. I love everything. Even the cranberry salad I make at home for us, because I love it better than my bil’s that we have at their house. lol

    And I’m thankful that Michelle put out the call for reviewers and you answered. 🙂

  3. I like cranberry sauce and my mom’s dressing. So good!
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  4. Hi Amy – happy Thanksgiving next week! My favorite is the stuffing. I could eat that and nothing else. 🙂
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  5. Mary Hughes says:

    Hi, Amy,

    My husband’s family used to host Thanksgiving on the farm and they’d have all the fixings, including a treat called banana salad, which was like bananas in caramel sauce. Yum!

  6. Misty Evans says:

    Amy, I love how all the dishes compliment each other. I couldn’t pick just one thing from our annual turkey dinner that worked as well on its own…although the sweet potato soufflé I make is pretty good as a desert as well as a side dish!

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