cranberries. stuffing

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To propel Jack into the future, Aku had to send someone to the past, so he figured he’d kill two birds with one stone

imagine how awkward its gonna be when his estranged son shows up with his arch nemesis for a boyfriend

those holiday family dinners are gonna be tense

Thanksgiving Turkey Cran Sandwich

Yield varies by preference

The things you’ll need

  • Leftover cranberry sauce, stuffing, & turkey
  • Provolone cheese
  • Sourdough bread
  • Electric griddle
  • Spatula
  • Knife
  1. Heat leftover turkey, cranberry sauce and stuffing.
  2. Turn the griddle up to 300ºF and then place a slice of bread on it.
  3. Lay a slice of cheese on the bread and then layer cranberry sauce, stuffing, and turkey on top of the cheese. Let it sit for 20 to 30 seconds.
  4. Flip the sandwich over and allow the other side to brown, about 30 to 45 seconds.
Thanksgiving with White families vs. Black families

White People Thanksgiving Dinner

Cranberry Sauce (w/ the cranberries in it)
Sweet Potatoes
Mashed Potatoes
Green Bean Casserole
Congealed Salad
Pumpkin Pie

Total Amount Of Attendants: 4-10 people (Not including dogs and cats that sit at the table)

Black People Thanksgiving Dinner

Smoked Turkey
Fried Turkey
Fried Chicken
Roast Beef
Honey Baked Ham
Country Ham
Dressing (w/ Turkey baked in it)
Giblet Gray (w/ eggs and some mo in it)
Jellied Cranberry Sauce
Turnip Greens
Collard Greens
Mustard Greens
Mixed Greens
Boiled Okra
Fried Okra
Green Beans
Baked Mac n Cheese
Black Eyed Peas
Broccoli Rice Casserole
Sweet Potato Casserole
Candied Yams
Carrot Soufflé
Potato Salad
Tuna Salad
Tossed Salad
Pasta Salad
Crab Legs
Fettuccine Alfredo
Deviled Eggs
Rotel Cheese Dip
Corn Bread
Hot Water Cornbread
Butter Rolls
Sweet Potato Pie
All Of The Sold Out Patty Labelle Pies
Pecan Pie
Egg Pie
Chess Pie
Chocolate Pie
Peach Cobbler
Punch Bowl Cake
Banana Pudding
Lemon Cake
Pound Cake
Red Velvet Cake
German Chocolate Cake
Caramel Cake
Yellow Cake w/ Chocolate Frosting
Carrot Cake
Sock-It-To-Me Cake
King’s Hawaiian Savory Butter Rolls
Fry Bread
Cous Cous
Popcorn shrimp
Shrimp kabob
Fried shrimp
Pineapple shrimp
Shrimp and grits
Shrimp and gravy
Birthday Cake
Bean Pies
Little Debbie’s
Pot Pies
Dirty Rice
Pig Feet
Hog Maws
Cotto Salami
Jalapeño Poppers
Cottage Cheese
Old Halloween candy
Egg Foo Yung
Vienna Sausage
Potted meats
Saltine crackers
Ramen noodles
Taco salad
Salisbury steak
Hot pockets
Frito Pies
Hot Dog Casserole
Pork Rinds
Broccoli & Cheese Casserole
Black Licorice
Hamburger Helper
Chocolate Covered Raisins
Hot Cheetos
Spinach & Artichoke Dip
Ranch Style Beans
Lil Smokies
Cases of Knockoff Soda
Seagram’s Gin
Crown Royal
Bud Ice

Total Amount Of Attendants: Anybody who likes Seasoning Salt and a 18 minute prayer over the food

Who First Farmed Potatoes? Archaeologists in Andes Find New Evidence

Nobody knows precisely what the Pilgrims’ first Thanksgiving feast looked like. According to primary sources, there was fowl (likely including wild turkeys), venison and cornmeal for sure. Possible side dishes were cranberries, pumpkin and stuffing made with onions, nuts and herbs.

Many of these flavors are still Thanksgiving staples. There’s one modern favorite, though, that would not have been found at the inaugural Plymouth celebration: mashed potatoes. That’s because potatoes are native to South America and had not yet made their way to North America.

Where in South America potatoes first became domesticated, however, is still unknown. Recent genetic studies point to the Andean highlands in southern Peru and northwestern Bolivia as the crop’s birthplace, but a lack of direct plant evidence has made it difficult to confirm. Read more.

thank you to the cinnamon snail (vegan nyc-based food truck, catering company & more) for the amazing vegan thanksgiving dinner ❤️ herb crusted seitan, rosemary root vegetables, stuffing, cranberry sauce, gravy & i also had the truffle mac n cheese and mini pumpkin pie !!! they’re amazing ✨✨✨

instagram: @witchy_vegan

Thanksgiving with the Goodkins

Read on AO3 here.

I know this is late, but I hope you still like it!

Thanksgiving, 2015. The first Thanksgiving the group would spend together. They planned for it to be the day before Thanksgiving because Linus and Cameron both had families planning dinner for the day of.

Kirsten and Camille decided to host it. They had the most space and two pitching in money for one turkey and a couple of sides was better than baking and cooking other things to bring. They assigned the boy items to bring: Cameron was required to bring bread rolls, a pie, and a green bean casserole; Linus was asked to bring other veggies, some cookies, and utensils to cut the turkey. The girls would be providing the turkey, cranberry sauce, stuffing, and a sweet potato casserole with marshmallows baked on top (a bizarre dish Camille insisted on having).

Cameron and Linus arrived around 1:30. “We have the goods!” Linus said once Camille opened the door.

“Great, glad you pulled through,” she replied in a slightly sarcastic tone. She took the pie from Cameron along with the bag of canned vegetables from Linus. She directed them around as to where to put things.

Meanwhile, Kirsten was in the kitchen bent over at the oven, basting the turkey. While Camille and Linus argued pettily in the dining room over the utensils he brought (apparently they were dull or broken), Cameron went into the kitchen to see what he could help with. “Got it, Stretch?” he asked as he walked towards her.

She looked up, a few fly away hairs in her face. “Yeah,” she sighed. “Yeah, I think I got it all.” She didn’t know how long she had been dripping the juices over the turkey for, but assumed it was long enough. She stuck the thermometer in to check the readiness of the bird. “Damn. Still at one thirty.” She removed it and placed it on the counter. Closing the oven, she turned towards Cameron. “Hi.” She pushed her hair out of her face and dusted her hands off on her apron.

“Hi,” he smiled. “Smells good.” He adored the flustered Kirsten standing in front of him.

She inhaled deeply. “I’ll probably end up drying it out somehow.” She rolled her eyes and crossed her arms. “What’re you up to?”

“Just came in to see if you need any help,” he said.

Kirsten looked around. “Wanna open up a can of cranberry sauce and slice it up in the little dish it’s sitting in?” she asked.

Cameron nodded. “Sure.” He grabbed the can opener that was sitting next to a can of corn. “Is this your first ‘Friends-giving’?” he asked as he twisted the knob.

She nodded, still standing against the oven. “Yeah. First Thanksgiving in years, if I’m being honest.”

He whipped his head around. “Are you being serious right now?” She shrugged, almost saying “Why wouldn’t I be?” He shook his head with a grin. “Then you’re coming to my house tomorrow for a real Thanksgiving meal.”

“Are you implying this isn’t good enough?” she challenged, brows furrowed.

“No! No, this is a real Thanksgiving dinner and it’s going to be wonderful, but it’s ‘Friends-giving.’ It’s totally different than spending it with a family.”

“We’re a family,” she said casually.

Cameron’s cheeks reddened. “W-we are. Yeah, I-I guess we are.” He nodded, dumping the sauce onto the plate. He grabbed a knife and began to slice small slivers. “Sorry. Y-you don’t have to go. That was dumb.”

She walked over to him and rested her elbow on the counter with her head in her hand. “I’ll go, if you want me to go.”

He looked up at her. “Really?”

She shrugged. “Yeah, why not? As long as I get first dibs on dessert,” she said with a smirk, dipping her finger in the Cool Whip tub sitting next to her and placing a bit on Cameron’s nose.

His face became as red as the cranberry sauce as she walked away. He wiped it off, chuckling softly as he continued to work.


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nygmobblepot thanksgiving headcanons

(I know some of you don’t celebrate Thanksgiving or it isn’t today for you, but I’m in the holiday spirit so I’m making these)

  • Oswald always is the one who goes out to by the turkey, corn, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberry sauce, beans, etc. Ed only decorates the mansion. It is a bunch of pilgrim stuff so that when Oswald comes home he feels like he just walked into the first thanksgiving. ‘
  • They only have thanksgiving with each other, obviously because their family is either dead or abusive. They are each other’s family.
  • Ed gobbles at Oswald after dinner to make him giggle
  • They both wake up early, despite normally waking up late in the day, just to watch the Thanksgiving Day Parade on TV.
  • One Thanksgiving, they weren’t able to put up decorations or get all the necessary food because of a specific obstacle/reason, so Ed ordered Chinese food takeout last minute. This made Oswald extremely happy.
  • Ed always makes sure Oswald eats 3x as much as him, and always surprises him with a customized dessert every year
  • Ed always teases Oswald about putting more weight on every year, and squishing his cheeks, telling him he loves him even more. Oswald gets annoyed and flustered due to it, but he also loves it.
  • The minute they are done with dinner, they take down all the Thanksgiving decorations and burn them.
  • They dress in green and red pajamas before going to bed that night, Ed of course wearing the green ones.
  • Ed never gets to sleep until late Thanksgiving night, because he wants to wait until Oswald is asleep so he can cuddle him and watch his adorable sleeping face after such an eventful holiday.

Originally posted by backwardabyss

For some of us, the best part of Thanksgiving comes from a forkful of flavors all swirled together — turkey, gravy, cranberry and stuffing. It’s a savory symphony in your mouth.

Chefs in New York City are experimenting with putting together all of those ingredients into a one-bite Thanksgiving dinner.

For another all-in-one bite Thanksgiving, you can visit Mimi Cheng’s Dumplings.

Marian Cheng and her sister Hannah sell dumplings like their Taiwanese mom makes. In November, they stuff a seasonal version with traditional Thanksgiving ingredients. And, Marian says, proportions are key.

New York Restaurants Serve Up Thanksgiving In One Tasty Bite

Photo: Courtesy of Mimi Cheng’s


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Recipe of the Day: Ree’s Leftover Thanksgiving Panini
Plow through the rest of your Thanksgiving leftovers by stacking a loaded sandwich like Ree’s. It doesn’t just feature all the stuffing, turkey, cranberry sauce and gravy clogging your fridge. It also comes with a swipe of zesty Dijon mustard and Swiss cheese that becomes gooey when grilled.