Thanskgiving Top 10


Jason Thompson

It’s that time again where everyone is stuffing their face with a whole lot of food. Thanksgiving is one of the best times of the year because it is okay to eat food and eat A LOT of it. Calories and carbs do not count on this holiday. There are so many delicious foods associated with Thanksgiving, but here are the top ten most common Thanksgiving dishes. Some of them you may like, some you may find absolutely repulsive. Let us know  on our Thanksgiving food poll, located on our homepage on the right. If you don’t like any? Well…more food for us! Lets get on with the list:


10. Corn Pudding

The creamy, golden, delicious southern style dish that lights up a family meal: the corn pudding.

9. Creamed Spinach

Okay, this may be controversial but I got to say it…Creamed spinach is the supreme turkey topping… Just saying.

8. Brussel Sprouts

Look, they don’t like you either so just reach past them for the gravy if you feel that strongly about brussel sprouts.

7. Sweet Potato Casserole

Sweet potato Casserole?? Can we say YUM?

6. Green bean Casserole

Like your greens? Like your Casseroles? Well, let’s marry the two together in a dish and get eatin’.

5. Cranberry Sauce

This canned glory is a main staple at my dinner table.

4. Rolls

Yes, you may have carbs on Thanksgiving (GASP), yes it’s true. Eat all the buttery rolls you want this year… And even great aunt Tilly’s too.

3. Mac and Cheese

It’s mac and cheese… it speaks for itself.

2. Stuffing (in and out of the bird)

You don’t need a bird to have your stuffing and eat it too! Stuffings are the most loved side dishes of this holiday season, with several of your mama’s home cooked recipes to choose, how could you not eat this mouthwatering dish?

1. Mashed Potatoes

Because who doesn’t love the creamy goodness that is grandma’s homemade mashed potatoes?