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TexasTiger05
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re: Famously bad Thanksgiving dishes you have to smile and eat


Do you put it on a sheet pan and then serve it by cutting it into squares?

My grandmother made this awesome dish one time that was totally a 50's era Jello type salad, but it was actually awesome. It was light pink, had pistachio nuts in it, and kinda fluffy in texture but still held a square shape. Sounds bad- I know it does, but I have been trying to find the recipe for it for years. It's more of a memory thing. And, not going to lie, it was really good






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Gris Gris
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re: Famously bad Thanksgiving dishes you have to smile and eat


It had to set in a casserole dish. It can be cut though. This is pink and fluffy from the whipped cream. You could put pistachios in it.





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The Wicker Man
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re: Famously bad Thanksgiving dishes you have to smile and eat


Cranberry Fluff -- some sort of hellish cranberry/marshmallow concoction.

Another is what my family calls "heavenly hash" -- containing green jello, pineapple, and topped with a cream cheese/whipped cream mixture.






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windriver
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re: Famously bad Thanksgiving dishes you have to smile and eat


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I'm officially done with the green beans, cream of mushroom & canned fried onion casserole....No Mas.






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