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What sides goes well with roast turkey?




VotesAnswer
15Cranberry sauce/jelly
13Mashed potatoes and gravy
11Green Beans
10Mashed potatoes
9Other not listed
8Carrots
8Corn
8Peas
6Dinner rolls (with or without butter)
5Mixed Veggies
4Peas and carrots
3 I do not eat turkey
1Lima Beans
1Wax beans.


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Iseult Silver Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier
posted 26-Aug-2009 11:26am  
This is my prefered Thanksgiving plate - cranberry sauce, dinner rolls, mashed potatoes and gravy, and peas and carrots.
Jody
posted 26-Aug-2009 11:38am  
Stuffing!
Enheduanna Survey Central Subscriber
posted 26-Aug-2009 2:26pm  
How could you omit stuffing? Must not be from the US.
bill Survey Central Gold Subscriber Silver Star Survey Creator
posted 26-Aug-2009 3:24pm  
also, stuffing and squash
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier
posted 26-Aug-2009 5:35pm  
I'm a vegetarian. We only ever had turkey at Christmas and I have to say that it was never my favourite meat so the sides were more important to me! I can't get away from thinking Christmas dinner, so I'll say Yorkshire puddings, gravy, roast potatoes, peas, carrots, roast parsnips, brussel sprouts and stuffing.
Wicksy Bronze Star Survey Creator
(reply to Biggles) posted 26-Aug-2009 5:44pm  
> I'm a vegetarian. We only ever had turkey at Christmas and I have
> to say that it was never my favourite meat so the sides were more
> important to me! I can't get away from thinking Christmas dinner,
> so I'll say Yorkshire puddings, gravy, roast potatoes, peas, carrots,
> roast parsnips, brussel sprouts and stuffing.

What do you have on Christmas Day then?
Biggles Bronze Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier
(reply to Wicksy) posted 26-Aug-2009 5:46pm  
In the few years after I became vegetarian, my Mum made me something special, usually with cheese. The last few years (apart from the year I was working Christmas Day), I've just had the sides - enough for anyone!
Galomorro
posted 26-Aug-2009 6:44pm  
Mashed potatoes and gravy, cranberry sauce/jelly, corn on the cob, peas. But I really don't like turkey itself.
cerealkiller Survey Qualifier
posted 26-Aug-2009 7:39pm  
Cranberry sauce, potatoes and gravy, dressing, homemade noodles with fried bread crumbs, green bean casserole, corn, and of course black olives. And sweet potatoes for other people, not me (yuck).
Crayons
posted 26-Aug-2009 8:38pm  
I don't really love turkey. I'll eat it, but I'll just chose a side that I actually enjoy, so I'll eat something.
LJD Survey Qualifier
posted 26-Aug-2009 8:54pm  
It's nearing that time....we have our family favorites, and the traditional favorites...
Anderz
posted 28-Aug-2009 7:27pm  
Roast potatoes and gravy!
LindaH Silver Star Survey Creator Survey Qualifier
posted 28-Aug-2009 8:41pm  
Roast turkey goes well on my insides.
dab Survey Qualifier
posted 29-Aug-2009 7:45am  
Also boiled onions, stuffing, squash, gravy, pumpkin pie, mince pie, and many fruit pies.
mandy
posted 29-Aug-2009 2:43pm  
I'm hungry now
autumnlight
posted 29-Aug-2009 5:26pm  
Are dinner rolls just bread rolls?
grahammm
posted 30-Aug-2009 5:50am  
Also Roast Potatoes, Brussel Sprouts, Stuffing, Bread Sauce and Yorkshire pudding
Dino
posted 6-Sep-2009 12:23pm  
I'll pick green beans. I'm fond of green beans at the moment.

But really, nothing works without gravy.

Its gravy what makes a meal great.
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