Get rid of one - Thanksgiving Edition

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Can I get rid of more than one? :lol:

I'll go with the squash casserole.
 

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Since I'm vegetarian, the turkey going is a given. But it can take the Squash Casserole, Greens and Cornbread, and Corn Casserole with it. :lol:
 

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greens and cornbread cause thats not something that i would serve for thanksgiving
 

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Baked beans. I've never had those for a major holiday. They say BBQ/Picnic to me; not Thanksgiving or any other major holiday. And I like the rest!
 

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Baked beans. Is that even a thing for Thanksgiving? The Mac and cheese should go too. While I enjoy a good, homemade Mac and cheese, it doesn't belong on the Thanksgiving table.
 

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I'm for throwing them all out. The only one I'd like is the mash, but without the gravy.
But then I don't do Thanksgiving.:biggrin:
 

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Baked beans. I've never had those for a major holiday. They say BBQ/Picnic to me; not Thanksgiving or any other major holiday. And I like the rest!
We always have Baked Beans with ham. We always do turkey for Thanksgiving, a ham for Easter and some type of beef roast for Christmas. Easter dinner always includes baked beans.
 
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