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bconne1
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Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
Going to a family member’s house for Thanksgiving and everyone brings a little something. Could be anything from an amuse-bouche to a traditional side.

I’m fairly handy in the kitchen, but it doesn’t have to be anything too fancy.

It’ll also have to be safe for travel for about an hour trip there or it would have to be something that could be assembled and finished on arrival (browning in an oven, etc.).

Thanks in advance.


Jibbajabba
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
Carrot soufflé


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NimbleCat
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
I made green been casserole one year as a joke, and it was devoured.


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t00f
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
Goto the 3rd page, nice thread there


Martini
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MeridianDog
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
Ambrosia.

Buy 12 good oranges. Peel oranges with knife and cut segments out, leaving membrane behind. Leave no white or membrane (both are bitter).

Place in bowl with juice captured when cutting segments out.

Add 12 ounces of sweetened shredded coconut.

Add a medium bottle of maraschino cherries, minus juice.

Add nothing else - no marshmallows, no cool whip, no pecans, nothing else.

Mix and chill. Best if made the day before so the flavors do their thing.

Best side on the table.


This post was edited on 11/18 at 6:12 pm


tigers1956
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baton rouge
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
Spinach Madeline


horsesandbulls
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
roasted brussel sprouts


BooDreaux
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
This is your answer as stated above

River Roads Spinach Madeline


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LSULEFTY
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re: Suggestions for a Thanksgiving side dish
Asparagus Alfredo. SIL brought one last year. Really good.


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