POPSUGAR Food Thanksgiving What Are You Looking Forward to Eating on Thanksgiving? by partysugar 11/13/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Source Read More ThanksgivingPoll Thanksgiving 25 Reasons You Should Date a Canadian, Eh Burgers and Pasta Salad Have You Overstuffed? Yoga to Ease Digestion Show Your Appreciation With This 7-Day Gratitude Challenge How to Easily Crimp Pie Crust, in Pictures POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get inspired with our daily newsletter Food Vegetarian Tech Love and Sex DIY Home Sign up with By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. aimeeb 7 years i loved it all ovenmitt 7 years My husband was born in India and we always go for Indian Buffet on Thanksgiving. The restaurant is full of people so glad to be together and the tables are filled with Sambar, Dosae, Tikka Masala, and Panir Panir Panir! the whole country is represented with the cuisine you'll find there. this is going to be our third thanksgiving there. (note: we also do this for christmas!) while i miss my family back east on holidays, the ease of this holiday makes it a little less hard. eastcoastgirl 7 years Thanksgiving is a wonderful holiday and it is nice to see how much everyone appreciates it!Sometimes I think it is brushed aside by the retailers and that is sad!! It has always been my favorite! hyper-somnia 7 years I cant wait for the turkey and cranberry suace and macaroni and cheese and mashed potatoes~ GibsonGIrl 7 years mmm i love it all. I love cooking it too ;) Molambert 7 years Baked macaroni and cheese sugarfan 7 years So I'm one of the 5 votes for cranberry sauce. Lord help me, I know it's so redneck but I love the jellied cranberry in a can. Merlin713 7 years Mashed potatoes WITH corn(yes, mixed together) and of course some apple cinnamon pie. And french silk. We allllllways have that! mamaseacat 7 years Since I can't vote again... today I'm in the mood for cranberry sauce. I feel like opening up a can now. :P lickety-split 7 years its ALL about the pie! bastille_75 7 years I do love all of the above - but, my absolute favorite is my mom's mashed sweet potatoes w/a brown sugar, butte and pecan crumble topping. By August, I start looking forward to thanksgiving for the sweet potatoes!!! Also, she makes a fabulous cranberry sauce with Grand Marnier -oh so good!! rebelchipmunk 7 years I'm Filipino, so definitely my mom will be cooking some traditional Filipino cuisines alongside the turkey. Pancit Palabok is similar to chow mein and pad thai, but the sauce has a thicker consistency. It also has shrimp, chicken, and eggs. It's my favorite, and she only cooks it for special occasions. karisaamy 7 years Cranberries!!! My dad makes the best cranberries, I hate the canned stuff, I was actually 20 the first time I ever had the canned stuff. A friend of mine made Thanksgiving in July one year and had it, everyone was amazed that I had never had the canned junk before. PreppyDot 7 years Dessert!!! My mom is coming to stay with me for Thanksgiving this year and we are making three - the classic Pecan Pie, my all time fav - Cranberry-Apple-Walnut, and her new receipe a Pumpkin Mousse that is low fat! It will be my first Thanksgiving being the hostess and I can't wait. I am ready to set the table! michichan 7 years just the pecan pie for me please. colormesticky 7 years Mashed potatoes with gravy. :feedme: totonlaura 7 years Turkey and desserts. PJ-PJ-PJ 7 years Turkey sandwiches & my mom's pecan pie. emalove 7 years Stuffing and sweet potatoes!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Oh, and pumpkin pie of course. ahappierdiane 7 years I can't wait for the green bean casserole!! My favorite! Kristinh1012 7 years I love it all, but stuffing...ummmm I can't wait. Kaciegrrl 7 years Cornbread dressing and rice dressing - yay for holidays! GrapeBubbleGum 7 years PUMPKIN PIE!! ahhhh, it's like having a little bit of heaven in my mouth. meijan415 7 years love thanksgiving dinner, more so than the one celebrated in december. carito8 7 years I don't celebrate thanksgiving.