Did you eat turkey on Thanksgiving? (UQ)
I'm vegan! Plus, I just had a small meal around 1 before I went to go volunteer at the Children's Hospital fundraiser. Better way to spend the holiday in my opinion!
Only if you are Gay!
Sweet potato casarol and oyster dressing with homemade turkey gravy is the best part of Thanksgiving.
Tofurkey beats turkey anyday!
Pizza's my turkey-day tradition :)
Turkey is nasty
Nope! Vegetarian all the way.
To clarify, I don't eat turkey personally but it is made. I'm not fond of whole turkeys.
Indian food! Yum! Love my thanksgiving tradition as a close friend reunion and Indian food! No family in the US...
On thanksgiving and probably four times a week on average. Love deli turkey sandwiches and subbing turkey for ground beef in all recipes from hamburgers to lasagna.
Pork loin, sautéed fennel, squash, twice-baked potatoes, salad, and pumpkin pie.
Turkey's too dry for me; I had ham instead.
All I ate was Fruity Pebbles and my own vomit. Yum yum.
Nope. I'm actually allergic to it. We cook Cornish Game Hens instead. The kids love having their own mini chicken for dinner!!!!!
Our own home grown turkey, this year. Delicious.
Yes, because I'm a God-fearing Anerican.
Sounds to me like you're missing out on the best part
They celebrate it with tofu/
Yum! I was at my Aunt's for Thanksgiving and her husband's mom made some delicious turkey gravy that tasted amazing on some stuffing she also made that had fresh sage in it. That woman can COOK. . .
Hell no...I'm vegetarian (thankfully)!
Um, myself. Go vegan!!
I ate enough turkey that if I'm outside and it starts raining, I will drown!
I must say that I am craving a Virginia honey spiral ham. Maybe we will add it to our Christmas menu.
So how do vegetarians celebrate Thanksgiving?
How can't u? Covered in gravy, yummy
Hey. That's inconsiderate. Some bears are insecure and prefer their own personal port a potty.
Does a bear poop in the woods?
Having my turkey day on Sat, so no.
Something to ponder : If everybody were as friendly as on thanksgiving all year round, the world would be a better place.
Turkey and pork shoulder (pernil)! Yummm...
This is an awesome poll, but it should be followed with a poll questioning users if they are vegetarian.
Maine/New England lobsters.
And the gravy from the drippings...OMG! Plenty left over to make soup for the rest of the year too.
I put the turkey in a brine made with salt, sugar, honey, white wine, lemons, oranges, apple cider, peppercorns, allspice berries, garlic, onions, thyme, sage, ginger and smoked paprika! Soak for 2 full days and it is the juiciest and tastiest meat I eat all year! Turkey doesn't have to be dry folks
Happy Tofurky day to my fellow vegans and vegetarians!☺
Whole lotta leftovers...
what about the sistren?
Yup and still eating it. It's just as good now!!
Well, I didn't, for one, all the years I lived alone far from any relative (and all the years I was vegetarian/vegan). Some years I'd roast a chicken for myself and make a couple traditional sides, but some years I wasn't up to doing that. And a turkey would have been just stupid.
Saving the smallpox-laden blankets for Christmas?
Buncha squirrels I find works the same
I actually enjoy it more the next day. I had leftover turkey for lunch today with my mom's bourbon cranberry sauce and it was delicious, but yesterday I was more jazzed about the stuffing and sweet potato casserole.
@snafu, I think it's kind of like being a lesbian but wanting a partner who looks like a guy...
Quail, killed Thanksgiving morning, if at Mom's. Otherwise Cornish Game hens.
Sorry to hear it :-(
Even in restaurants, I rarely get a juicy turkey with savory gravy that actually tastes like fowl. Goose or duck next time :(
I actually went to a free Turkey meal a local church organized. It wasn't worth it, even for free. The Turkey was bone dry and fibrous, the mashed potatoes glassy and saltless, the string beans overcooked, the cranberry "sauce" was honeysweet jam, and the gravy a chemical blubber.