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Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


I can't stand anything with sweet potatoes.






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Matisyeezy
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


Cranberry sauce will show up in this thread, I think it's the most polarizing item.

ETA: It's not for me



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la_birdman
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Sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce. I want nothing to do with either of them.

My mom usually bakes a sweet potato casserole with those little marshmallows on the top of it in the oven. Everyone scarfs it down and every year my dad asks, "Don't you want some?"


Yuck.

Pumpkin pie too. Blechhhhh






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G Vice
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


I'll eat anything............except beets and liver.

Carry on.






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JimMorrison
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


quote:

Cranberry sauce




sweet potatoes are meh

If someone says deviled eggs, I will fight you.






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fr33manator
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


Fruitcake





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SammyTiger
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


Black Eyed peas


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Degas
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Candy canes - Absolutely no joy in taste or texture for me, and I despise unwrapping them.

Anything with the word "fluff" involved. (Jell-o fruit fluff for instance)

Lisa Lampanelli - I'm not sure what she has to do with any holiday, but she quickly popped into my head as something I wouldn't eat.

Champagne on New Year's Eve. I'll pass on the bubbly every time.

Green Beer on St. Patty's Day. I'm not Irish, nor am I going to pretend that I am for one day.






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jeepfreak
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I'll eat anything............except beets


Agreed. Can't stand them.

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and liver.


You shut your whore mouth!!! Liver and onions is the nectar of the Gods!!!



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CITWTT
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Pate mon frere is the nectar of the Gods.





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Mike da Tigah
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quote:

I'll eat anything............except beets and liver.


Liver I adore, but I realize it's peculiar.

Beets however I'd say most people have a negative opinion of them because they have only eaten them from a can, or by someone who didn't know how to cook them.

Same goes for cranberry sauce out of a can, Nasty, and that's the common denominator, a can. I remember the days from my youth when we would get this can shaped red mold on a plate and it was called cranberry sauce. Couldn't stand that stuff. A cranberry sauce made from cranberries and orange however, quite tasty.








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Skillet
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I'm done with turkey on Thanksgiving at my house for our small feast. From now on it's gonna be a small Honeybaked ham and one of those little pork tenderloins...We'll also limit the sides. We make way too many damn sides.

Our next Thanksgiving menu

ham
pork tenderloin
dirty rice
green peas with prosciutto & onions
pistachio salad
mac & cheese (tyler florence's recipe)

That's it...turkey, sweet potato casserole, cornbread dressing & corn souffle are foods that didn't make the cut.



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TowBROater
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


Deviled eggs.





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saderade
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


Cranberry sauce, Sweet potatoes (even though I like sweet potato crunch), and deviled eggs.





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osunshine
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


green bean casserole





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ladytiger118
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re: Traditional holiday foods you won't eat


Fruit Cake, Deviled Eggs, that Green Been Fried Onion casserole

ETA: Y'all aren't eating the right kind of sweet potato casserole. I agree the Marshmallow kind is too sweet. If you do pecans, brown sugar, coconut it's way better.



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Degas
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Glad to hear that most don't like deviled eggs.

More for me.






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CT
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Growing up, there was ALWAYS pistachio pudding at my great grandmothers house for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

That shite is disgusting.






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TigerBait413
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quote:

green bean casserole
I love that stuff will eat it for days! But I cant stand pecan pie. Pecans in general I dont care for






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