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  • Question of the Day 11/25/21

    Happy Thanksgiving, everyone!

    Do you serve and/or eat anything non-traditional for the Thanksgiving meal?

    I don’t. It’s all pretty traditional.
    Susan

    DLR off-site June 1979, WDW offsite March 1985, ASMovies June 2002, ASSports May 2006, ASMusic May/June 2007, ASSports May 2008, Pop Century May/June 2010, Coronado Springs October 2011, ASSports May/June 2012, Pop Century May/June 2013, ASMovies October 2013, DLR off-site June 2014, ASMusic May/June 2015, ASSports May/June 2016, ASMovies October 2016, Pop Century May/June 2017, MNSSHP October 2017, ASSports March 2018, Pop Century July 2019, AoA December 2020, ASMovies Sep 2021

  • #2
    No, it’s traditional and pretty minimal at that.
    CINDY

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    • #3
      This year it is going to be very non-traditional. We are waiting until Friday to celebrate with my parents and we are taking over BBQ from a local place.
      Ta Ta For Now. Jenn

      WDW 2007, 2015 & 2020/2021 (New Year), Universal FL 2011 & 2015, DLR 2012, DCL (Dream) 2016, (Wonder) 2018

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      • #4
        We are having Thanksgiving until Saturday when my sister and her family come here. Our meal will be traditional for us, but might be unusual for other folks. We have the turkey, dressing, rolls, and green bean casserole, but I make a cheesy potato casserole instead of mashed potatoes. I'm also making Waldorf salad.
        Cam
        29 Trips to WDW
        2 Trips to DLR
        2 Disney Cruises (Wonder and Magic)
        1 Trip to Aulani/Hawaii

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        • #5
          We had a traditional turkey dinner, but a friend brought with him what he called a Chinese cake. He is Asian and buys this every holiday.

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          • #6
            We had a traditional Thanksgiving meal today.
            Louise

            2018 ~ POR/YC; 2017 ~ Disney Dream/BLT; 2016 ~ BC/Poly; 2015 ~ BC/Poly (June) and Disney Fantasy (November/December); 2014 ~ Poly; 2013 ~ Disney Fantasy; 2012 ~ BCV (June) and Disney Magic (August); 2010 ~ WL; 2009 ~ Pop/CBR; 2004 ~ WL; 1996 ~ Dixie Landings; 1991 ~ CBR; 1985 ~ Fort Wilderness

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            • #7
              Ours is always traditional. We FaceTimed w/ DD4 today, and she made the usuals, too.

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              • #8
                Traditional all the way.
                My trips:
                1975 Honeymoon Ft Wilderness in a tent; 1985 off site; 2002 Port Orleans Riverside and last trip 2016 All Stars Music

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                • #9
                  Definitely a very traditional Thanksgiving meal for us.
                  WDW Visits: March 1979 Offsite; April 1979 Offsite; April 1981 Offsite; June 2001 ASMo; June 2004 Pop; May 2009 Pop; June 2011 Pop; June 2013 AoA Lion King; June 2015 AoA Lion King; June 2016 AoA Nemo; June 2018 AoA Lion King; ̶J̶u̶n̶e̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶0̶ ̶L̶i̶o̶n̶ ̶K̶i̶n̶g̶; J̶u̶n̶e̶ ̶2̶0̶2̶1 ̶L̶i̶o̶n̶ ̶K̶i̶n̶g̶: June 2022 AoA Lion King

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                  • #10
                    With DH's family, and mine, there is always baked beans. I have no clue about these, as they are not something I eat. My family has Cranberry salad (it's a Jello salad with cranberries, nuts, pineapples, grapes - maybe that's it?

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                    • #11
                      The only thing that wasn't traditional for us this year was the absence of Jello from the menu.

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                      • #12
                        We usually have traditional items, but we do sometimes add pierogi and kielbasa on the table.
                        That might sound boring, but I think the boring stuff is the stuff I remember the most.
                        WDW Sept 1995 Contemporary - July 1997 & 1998 Polynesian - July 2000, 2003 & May 2019 Grand Floridian - Oct 2021 Beach Club

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