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Donuts for Thanksgiving?   That’s Freddie and Lucy (our two pup rescues) in my craft studio on their new beds.  They love their “donuts.”  You can read all about my two rescue dogs via my blog post here.   Happy Thanksgiving.  I love having my family and fur babies together!

Blog Candy Mary FishTo one lucky participant, I’m giving away the COME TO GATHER SUITE BUNDLE from pgs. 46-48 of the 2019 Holiday Catalog. The Come to Gather Designer Series Paper is part of My Favorite Things from the 2019 Holiday Catalog!  You can see all My Favorite Things on my blog page here.

HOW TO PLAY:   For your chance to win my Come to Gather Suite Blog Candy Giveaway, please leave a comment HERE or at the end of this post sharing: When picking a side to pair with a turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy just happens to be my favorite!  What’s your favorite side dish? Thanksgiving-Side-Dishes-Vegetables-and-Salads-c

The deadline for blog candy comments is Sunday, December 1, 2019 at 10 AM Mountain Time. I’ll choose a random comment and announce the winner Tuesday, December 3, on my Stampin’ Pretty Blog.

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627 thoughts on “Happy Thanksgiving Blog Candy Giveaway!”

  1. Being so lucky to have been given my beloved Aunts recipe for homemade Mac n cheese accompanied with green bean casserole is a must have now every family get together. Brings back such great memories of the love, food and cherished memories of those who have already gone before us. So thankful for Family!

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  2. When pairing a side with my Thanksgiving turkey, I also like mashed potatoes and gravy. I also like my DIL’s, sisters cornbread stuffing. She doesn’t have a recipe for it as she made it up in her head, but it tastes so awesome! Thanks for a chance to win your blog candy! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  3. My favorite side is Cranberry Relish with walnuts & mandarin oranges. It is something my mom “tried” 30 years ago that has been on our Thanksgiving table ever since.

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  4. For me, turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy and stuffing are the main events. What I like to make to serve with them is sweet and sour red cabbage. Mmmmm yummy.

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  5. Hello Mary. I think my favorite side dish pairing with turkey is sweet potatoes. My mom used to make the best – sliced, and layered with brown sugar and butter! Yum! They are a family favorite.

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  6. Nothing beats mashed potatoes and gravy paired with turkey. Frankly mashed potatoes and gravy is all I need! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  7. My favorite side is a roasted carrot dish I tried for the first time this year – so yummy! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  8. I have a very small serving of each with mashed potatoes being the favorite. I do this to enjoy each sampling with gratitude!

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  9. Hi Mary, Hoping you are enjoying a wonderful Thanksgiving weekend! My favorite side is candied yams – yum yum! Thanks for a chance to win this awesome blog candy!

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  10. Candied sweet potatoes with marshmallow topping has always been one of my very favorite side dishes???

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  11. My family started eating healthy and Glutten free last year and I had to adapt all of my usual Thanksgiving dishes. My favorite side is cornbread dressing and I was crushed thinking I would never find a replacement, but thanks to a glutten free cornbread and bread recipe my dressing was saved and I continue to get rave reviews.

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  12. I do love mashed potatoes, but I grew up having mashed turnips with just butter, salt and pepper. It doesn’t seem like Thanksgiving without them. The only trouble is, that I’m about the only person who likes them!

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  13. Sweet potato casserole has to be my favorite! Happy to hear your pups are rescues, ours are also rescues! Thankful you share your talent with all of us in blogland!

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  14. My favorite side dish is sweet potato casserole…yummmm!!! Thank you for the opportunity to win this amazing prize!!

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  15. I hear you, Mary, but no turkey dinner is complete without my stuffing! It’s a once-a-year event, and it’s enough to put me in a food coma!

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  16. Mashed potatoes and stuffing are tied for first. Cornbread souffle and cranberry sauce are tied for second.

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  17. Stuffing would have to be my favorite, but I am partial to the baked corn casserole with the jiffy cornbread. thanks for the chance to win! Happy Thanksgiving to you!

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  18. Stuffing and gravy. Yum! It wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without them and it has to be stuffing not dressing.

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  19. My favorite side dish to go with Thanksgiving turkey is sausage stuffing or dressing. It is called stuffing when you cook it in the bird and dressing when you cook it in a pan or dish. Either way, I LOVE stuffing!

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  20. My favorite side dish for turkey dinner on Thanksgiving is wonderful, nummy cauliflower casserole. I made 3 casserole dishes of it to take our family dinner celebration of 44 people. There were no leftovers!!?

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  21. Would Thanksgiving be complete without green bean casserole?!? So good with those crunchy French fried onions on top! ?

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  22. My Mom’s stuffing recipe is my favorite side at Thanksgiving! It’s a hit every time I make it. Thanks for the chance to win–I love crafting place cards for Thanksgiving!

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  23. Me favorite side dish for turkey is roasted Brussels sprouts, eaten while sitting beside my family members.

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  24. Mashed potatoes and gravy are the perfect pair for turkey however my granddaughter makes the best home made rolls on Thanksgiving . . Yummy!

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  25. Green Bean Bundles have replaced our Green Bean casserole. 5-6 whole green beans wrapped in a half slice bacon, topped with a bit of brown sugar, baked at 425 for about 20 mins. Yum!!
    Love the SU bundle!

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  26. My favorite side dish is candied sweet potatoes. My mom always made them for Thanksgiving and they were the best. Now my sister makes them just like momma did so the tradition and memories continue.

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  27. My FAV has to be the shining star….GRAVY! I will be 42 birthday this week and this is the 1st year my gravy has been as good as my moms! I was so excited to FINALLY hit her amazing gravy HOMERUN!!!! Thx Mom!

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  28. This year I made a chopped salad – new recipe which is always a risk BUT – it was deeee-licious and now definitely my favorite! Thank you for this generous giveaway.

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  29. My favorite side is also mashed potatoes and gravy. Thank you for the chance to win this great give away!! 🙂

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  30. I don’t see my reply posted so am trying it again…..not trying to post twice. 🙁
    Definitely stuffing with raisins, sage and celery!

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  31. Definitely stuffing with celery, sage and raisins!! Love getting your emails!! Such great ideas! Happy thanksgiving to all on here. 🙂

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  32. Mmmm! great question and hard to answer but I will go with a good homemade stuffing!!!! I love reading your blog every day! I always come away inspired! Wishing you a happy holiday season!

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  33. My favorite “Thanksgiving Candy” to pair with my turkey dinner is a variation on the green beans. The variation is green bean casserole which is made with two cans of drained and cut green beans, a can of cream mushroom soup, 3/4 cup milk and a 1.33 cup of French’s crispy fried onion rings. Part of the onion rings are mixed with casserole and the part is sprinkled on top of the finished baked casserole. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes.

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  34. My favorite side dish with turkey, dressing and mashed potatoes is sweet potato soufflé. I like both the crunchy topping with pecans and the mini marshmallows. It was hard to choose just one favorite. If you looked at my plate yesterday, you would not have even able to distinguish what my favorite side was. ?

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  35. Green bean casserole made with fresh beans and mushrooms. We are so lucky to be able to spend our day with family and share all our favorites. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  36. How do I choose? I am going to go with our cranberry pecan coleslaw. I know it’s not a common traditional side dish for Thanksgiving, but it’s a family favorite! So fun to read what others fave side dishes. Thanks for the chance to win this awesome giveaway! Keep on inspiring us!

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  37. My favorite pairing is homemade whole cranberry sauce with orange and allspice! The tart/sweet gives the perfect balance and the color brings my plate to life!
    Happy Thanksgiving, Mary!

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  38. Mine is Home Made Noodles. I think it is the memory of my grandmother handcrafting them, using that special rolling pin, gathering the eggs, and watching them dry by the stove on cheese cloth. Oh how I miss her but the memories are still strong.

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  39. My fav, mashed potatoes and homemade gravy. Just about don’t need the turkey. Thanks for all your inspiration.

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  40. This is a difficult choice to make. Everything is so delicious! Thanksgiving is the time of year we always have dressing. Dressing is my choice.

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  41. My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is mashed potato casserole.
    Hope you are enjoying time with family and friends. Your dogs are so cute!

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  42. Yams! I have two ways to choose to make them, chunk style (my moms method) or creamy style (a friends method). I usually do one way for Thanksgiving and the other for Christmas,

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  43. My favorite side to turkey is creamy cheesy mashed potatoes. You can make it the day before, so no peeling potatoes on the holiday! Butter, cream cheese, sour cream, garlic and shredded cheese all mashed together; put in a greased casserole dish and refrigerate overnight. Just pop it in the oven! No fuss!

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  44. Strawberry pretzel salad. The sweet balances out the savory. Family tradition my whole life and I am now going to be 50. For the past 15 years or more I have made if for the family tradition from my mom, who got the recipe from my grandma. My grandma passed last January so our first Thanksgiving without her. She was with us in spirit and our conversations.

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  45. I have to go with the squash…it’s so seasonal. Add butter, brown sugar, and nutmeg…Yum! Love the Come to Gather Suite and all the lovely cards you’ve made with it. Thank you for sharing them.

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  46. Corn casserole is my favorite side. Unfortunately I didn’t have any on the table this year. (insert sad face here) lol Happy Holidays!!

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  47. My favorite turkey side dish is the Green Bean Casserole, topped with crunchy onion rings! Delish

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  48. I love homemade cranberry orange relish with my turkey, mashed potatoes & gravy! I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving Mary. Thank you for your post yesterday & for this fantastic giveaway! I follow your blog every day & am thankful to you for sharing your lovely projects with all of us.

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  49. Sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce. I can’t tell you how many times I have CASED your cards. Love your blog, thanks for the inspiration .

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  50. I just love roasted carrots with a chimichurri sauce we make. The carrots are sweet snd the herbs on top brighten up the flavor. It’s beautiful to look at too!

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  51. Thank you Mary for a chance to win this wonderful fall stamp set! My favorite side dish with Turkey is also mashed potatoes and gravy.
    Have a blessed Holiday season!

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  52. I’m thankful for many things, I can’t count just one but I really enjoy when I can sit down and stamp and make cards to bring smiles to others when they open their mail. Thank you for all the great ideas you share, it brings a smile to my face.

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  53. I love stuffing and homemade rolls with my turkey. Thanks for sharing all your beautiful cards for inspiration!

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  54. Its simple and classic sides for me! Wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without mashed potatoes and green bean casserole 🙂

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  55. I would have to say green beans because there my favorite right after mash potatoes and gravy then comes the mac an cheese.

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  56. I love all kinds of side dishes, but if I had to choose it would be potato filling. The smell of celery and onions sauteed, along with toast bread thinly chopped. Poured into a huge pot of creamy (real) mashed potatoes. Baked till nice and golden brown, Mm-mm good.

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  57. The sides, my favorite part of the dinner! You can never have to many sides to the turkey, this is one day a year that there’s no rule on what food is right or wrong. But at the top of my list will always be mashed potatoes and gravy.
    Hope everyone had a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  58. I make great stuffing and a German family favorite-blaulkraut (red cabbage). I hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  59. I’m with you, Mary! Mashed potatoes & turkey gravy are my favorite side dish. Although the sweet potatoes are a close secong.

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  60. My favorite side dish would be my mother’s recipe of cornbread dressing. Sweet potatoes would be my 2nd fav side dish.

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  61. my side choice with turkey and mashed potatoes would be the stuffing, love it. Thanks for the chance to win your blog candy.

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  62. It is hard to choose my favorite side dish – but I do love the candies sweet potatoes with pecans and lots of gooey marshmallows broiled on top.

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  63. I love the Guam style Red Rice with a drizzle of gravy on top with roast or deep fried turkey. Of course roasted brussels sprouts.

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  64. Not big on turkey but my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is candied sweet potatoes. Just really seems to go with the holiday.

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  65. I love to have stuffing and green beans with my turkey. Thanks for offering such a nice give a way. That suite is my very favorite in the catalog.

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  66. Yes to the mashed potatoes & gravy! Yum
    Thanks Mary for this blog candy post..so generous! Also for your great inspirational blog!

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  67. My favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is dressing/stuffing whichever you call it. But I have to have gravy to cover the dressing/stuffing. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  68. Parker House rolls. My mother is an expert at making them.
    Enjoy your posts; I get lots of ideas for my own cards.

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  69. I love cheesy potatoes as a side with Turkey. The kind that are cubed hash browns style with a corn flake topping. Eat it with some turkey on a crescent roll for a sandwich! And they’re great the next day.

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  70. Seafoam salad (a concoction of lime jello, pears, cool whip, and cream cheese) is my all time favorite. My daughters never liked it, but now I have a granddaughter who loves it. Keep the tradition going!

    Thanks for offering such scrumptious blog candy! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  71. My favorite side dish is a cold asparagus salad made with blanched asparagus, tomatoes and feta cheese along with a olive and vinegar dressing happy thanksgiving!

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  72. Dressing is my absolute favorite. I am picky-it has to be only with onions, celery and sage, lots of sage and of course with a lot of melting butter. So yummy.

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  73. Happy Thanksgiving!! My favorite side is most likely candied yams!! They’re not healthy, but so delicious!!
    Today was also m birthday, so my daughter made my favorite coconut pie!! It’s to die for!! It has been a beautiful day!! ??❄️

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  74. My favorite is the stuffing. Love your cards, I save 95% of them on Pinterest. Thank you for the ideas!

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  75. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours!
    My favorite side is my home made cranberry sauce. Made seven days ahead of time so all of the ingredients have time to set. I would love to receive your blog candy. Love this stamp bundle.

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  76. Love love love this bundle but was unable to purchase. The paper is just so yummy. And the dies are so fallish!

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  77. Happy Thanksgiving and what a great giveaway! My all time favorite is steamed brussel sprouts with butter and browned breadcrumbs mixed together and tossed with the sprouts! Then fresh cranberry sauce. No slip-n-slide canned cranberry sauce for me!

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  78. My favorite side with turkey is sweet potato casserole with pecans. So flavorful with a touch of sweetness!

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  79. My favorite thing to pair with turkey on Thanksgiving Day is the green bean casserole! I made it for years and now my oldest daughter has taken over the casserole making which our family enjoyed earlier today! I am thankful for friends made through the years I have been a Stampin up club member,

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  80. My family has a cranberry salad recipe that everyone raves about. When I am invited to a pot luck I am always asked to bring this.

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  81. Stuffing balls!!! I didn’t grow up with these. I grew up with stuffing in the bird, and learned about stuffing balls from sister-in-law. Though the recipe for both types of stuffing are the same, there something about the crunchy outside on the stuffing ball that I love. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  82. my favorite is your favorite … mashed potatoes and gravy 🙂 We lost “the best” Dad this year “Mickey”last week; he passed away on 11/19/19 – his favorite was stuffing and turkey with cranberry sauce, although he always loved our Thanksgiving dinners he hated leftovers. We will miss him dearly 🙁

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  83. My family makes a side dish called Strawberry Salad. It’s a layered dish with a strawberry Jello mixture that has strawberries, bananas, pecans, and pineapple layered with a cream cheese and sour cream layer. It’s SO good and pairs nicely with turkey. It’s a great alternative for those who don’t like cranberries.

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  84. So many favorites… broccoli casserole, corn casserole and of course stuffing. This year it was all about the company, friends and family… not the food… couldn’t cook so hubby made Shepard’s Pie… a family favorite… We were thankful for Happy Shepard’s Pie Day… Keep Smilin.

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  85. My favorite sides are stuffed mushrooms and Deviled eggs. I Pray that your Thanks Giving was full of family, Friends and LOTS of Thanks for the MANY Blessings we have been gifted with.

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  86. Without a doubt mashed potatoes and gravy would be my first choice after having my Tessa, 14 year old Pomeranian, by my side. I hope you have the best Thanksgiving ever.

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  87. My favorite side dish is the dressing/stuffing but that doesn’t compare to all the desserts that we have. Yum Yum!

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  88. Sweet potato casserole with a hint of orange and a wonderful crunchy, nutty topping is my absolute favorite. Second is dressing with a bit of turkey gravy on it. Today is my birthday which made it even better ?

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  89. Sweet potato casserole with a hint of orange and a wonderful crunchy, nutty topping is my absolute favorite. Second is dressing with a bit of turkey gravy on it. Today is my birthday which made it even better ?

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  90. Definitely the dressing (stuffing) using the same recipe my mom used. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving.

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  91. My favorite dish is my homemade stuffing, also knows as dressing because I don’t stuff my turkey. I wait all year (I don’t know why) to make this yummy dish and everyone helps clean the platter.

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  92. Wow! What a beautiful array of cards. I will be downloading several instructions. The leaf cards are amazing! I never get tired of the same sides every year which is stuffing, mashed potatoes w/gravy, butternut squash, homemade cranberry sauce. Of course, I always love the “pie” side!! I hope yours was nice.

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  93. Mary, it goes without saying…CORNBREAD AND SAUSAGE DRESSING!!! and lots of it. A Great Thanksgiving to you.

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  94. Cranberry salad is a must for me to pair with turkey. With a last name like mine, Thanksgiving is a favorite holiday.

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  95. My favorite side is sweet potatoes, especially a favorite new recipe with real maple syrup, pecans and cranberries. Happy Thanksgiving, Mary!

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  96. Thanks for another chance to win. Love your generosity. My fave side dish would be stuffing!

    Shirley

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  97. Oh, definitely the sweet potato casserole with the combination of brown sugar, butter, and flour topping. It tastes just like a praline. Happy Thanksgiving and your dogs are precious, Mary!

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  98. I love the sweet potato casserole with pecan and brown sugar topping! Yum! It is a perfect side dish with turkey! Although stuffing is a really close second!! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  99. Homemade Cranberry sauce is a must!
    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Thanks for all that you do to keep us inspired.

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  100. That’s a tough question for just one answer as I have to have stuffing and green beans along with the turkey, mashed potatoes and gravy.
    HAPPY THANKSGIVING TO YOU, YOUR FAMILY AND PUPS!

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  101. Well, that is an easy one for me . . mashed potatoes and gravy!!! Thank you so much for your generous heart in giving away such a nice gift! A blessed Thanksgiving to you and your family!!

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  102. My other favorite side is creamed onions with peas. I made them even though the only other one who liked them is my daughter-in-law. God bless her.

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  103. Stuffing is a must with turkey. Mashed potatoes and gravy is second and of course pumpkin pie! Thank you for my daily inspiration!

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  104. My sausage dressing. Not only is it a family favorite, but it reminds me of my mom who we lost a few years ago. I make it just as she did.

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  105. My favorite side dish with turkey is the cornbread sausage stuffing my family makes and then pineapple cranberry chutney.

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  106. My favorite side with turkey is my grandma’s stuffing recipe. I make it once a year and the whole family loves it. I am so grateful to share time with my family anytime, anywhere. ❤️

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  107. Mine would be my sweet potatoes “sweet” bake . . . lot’s of butter, brown sugar and melted marshmallows! Yumo! You enjoy a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family and fur babies!

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  108. My favorite side is gluten free stuffing to go with the smoked turkey
    and mashed potatoes with gravy. Topped with a few restful moments of creative time with Stampin Up.

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  109. Cranberries are my favorite side! It is not Thanksgiving without cranberries; and I always make them for our gathering. ( I do not need this lovely set as I already own it.) Just wanted to wish all a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  110. My favorite Thanksgiving side would be sweet potatoes with stuffing a very close second. Happy Thanksgiving Mary to you, your family and all your friends!

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  111. Our Families favorite side dish is the stuffing or anything with cranberry sauce. What a wonderful time to give thanks for our families.

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  112. Is pie considered a side dish? ?. You have to have mash potatoes at thanksgiving so I would have to say tats my favorite. Love your blog and inspiration. Thanks for the chance to win!

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  113. Happy Thanksgiving, Mary! Mashed potatoes, dressing and gravy are my favorite sides with turkey! Love my mom’s recipe for dressing – cornbread and lots of sage!

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  114. All sides are delicious but my most favorite is broccoli cauliflower casserole drizzled with melted cheese and ritz crackers.

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  115. My favorite side dish on Thanksgiving is Brussels sprouts! For us, Thanksgiving isn’t Thanksgiving without Brussels sprouts! It used to be all about the stuffing but then we had to go gluten free and gluten free stuffing leaves a little to be desired!

    Thank you for all the inspiration you give to us all! I am thankful for YOU!

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  116. I love everything about Thanksgiving! Such a special time to stop our busy world and take time to appreciate our many blessings. My favorite sides are cranberry sauce and candied sweet potatoes- if it’s sweet it’s on my favorites list ?. Happy Holidays to all.

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  117. For me, Thanksgiving isn’t about the turkey…it’s about all the amazing sides and dessert! My fav side is the sweet potatoes or yams, no marshmallows. HaPpY ThAnKsGiViNg!

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  118. The stuffing is my absolute favorite. We’re going out with friends for Thanksgiving dinner this year, so I won’t have any leftovers 🙁

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  119. Well, mashed potatoes and gravy are a given, but I really do like cheesy corn … or broccoli or Brussel sprouts or green beans … can’t pick just one, ha! Great give-away! Wishing you and your family (including fur babies) a blessed Thanksgiving.

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  120. Cornbread dressing full of celery and sage and topped with gravy. Every time I make it I wonder why I only do this a coupe of times a year! Thankful demonstrators like you who share their talent and inspiration!

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  121. Dressing and gravy are my favorite with turkey.
    I love all your creations.
    Thanks for the awesome ‘giveaway’.
    Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  122. I also want to have mashed potatoes and gravy next to the turkey. Thanks for the chance to win. I always love your creations.

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  123. My all time favorite is Thanksgiving dinner! The most favorite side dish to me is the dressing and gravy. Our families are a blessing to me and I love the family gathering.

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  124. My favorite side is the dressing or stuffing. I used to make it with my mom every Thanksgiving and I still use her recipe today. Those are very precious memories. Happy Thanksgiving Mary!

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  125. My favorite pairing is also mashed potatoes and gravy. Goes with everything!!! Thank you for the chance to win this amazing blog candy!

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  126. My favorite side dish with turkey is stuffing and mashed potatoes. Thanks for the opportunity to win this beautiful bundle.

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  127. My favorite side dish is my own concoction of pearl onions, cream of shrimp soup, topped with fried onion rings from Ore Ida!

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  128. Happy Thanksgiving ! That’s easy my,my sweet potato casserole .I make it with brown sugar,butter, and a dash of cinnamon and finish off with marshmallows on top it’s a family favorite !

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  129. Sweet potatoes with green beans as a close second, but don’t forget the cranberry sauce.
    Happy Thanksgiving, Mary!

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  130. My mother’s sausage stuffing has to be my favorite. We all have the recipe, but hers is still the best.

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  131. This is one of my favorites in the Holiday catalog. I would be so grateful if I won this set. Happy Thanksgiving everyone.

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  132. Homemade cranberry sauce for me is a must. Then pumpkin pie. The Thanksgiving bundle comes at a perfect time. Used all my paper this year.

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  133. My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is corn(bread) casserole. I could just eat that and pie and be a happy camper!! Thanks for your generosity Mary!

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  134. Wishing you and yours a Happy Thanksgiving!
    The entire traditional meal is awesome, but my all time favorite thing is the dressing/stuffing – pretty much in any way, shape or form.

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  135. I agree mashed potatoes is a must with turkey! Love the Come to Gaither Suite – always love your blog!

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  136. I would have to say my favorite side dish would have to be scalloped corn or green bean casserole.

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  137. Mashed potatoes and gravy which we seldom have. Happy Thanksgiving to all. There is always something to be grateful for.

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  138. My favorite is raspberry jello because I don’t like cranberries. I got my recipe from my mom and I make it every year! It has frozen raspberries, crushed pineapple, and sliced bananas.

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  139. Mashed potatoes and gravy hands down. Something we rarely have so they are a real treat. Happy Thanksgiving. We have so much to be grateful for.

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  140. Company mashed potatoes are our favorite. It has onions, sour cream , butter and cream cheese in them. YUM!

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  141. So hard to pick just one, but I would say roasted veggies, (carrots, beets, onion, garlic) and also scalloped corn (my grandmothers favorite). Happy thanksgiving to one and all.

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  142. My favorites are mashed butternut squash, and of course, the fabulous bread stuffing. The Thanksgiving meal is my favorite of the year, and we get to share it with our wonderful neighbors this year. A very Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Mary.

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  143. My favorite side dish is foo foo. It can be pistachio, raspberry whatever. It always adds a little sweetness to our family’s holiday. Happy Thanksgiving!! ?

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  144. Today’s cards are just beautiful! It is really hard to pick just one side to be a favorite. Homemade dressing narrowly tops rosemary sweet potatoes.

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  145. Oh my hands down it would be mashed potatoes and gravy! A close second would be my other favorite creamy, decadent mac & cheese. YUMMMMMM

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  146. Ohhhh, so hard to choose, but, at our house it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving (or Christmas either) without my moms candied yams complete with pecans and orange slices. The best part is at 90 she still makes them…….and that is something we are all thankful for this Thanksgiving. Blessing to you and those you love Mary.

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  147. My favorite side with turkey is mash potatoes and stuffing with gravy all over them all!!! Don’t forget the cranberries!!!
    I hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving with your family!!!
    ?Corinne Smith

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  148. Sweet Potatoes with browned tiny marshmallows on top. Thank you for all the blogs you do. You are an inspiration to us all. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  149. Wow, Mary! What an amazing suite bundle you are giving away! My favorite side dish is green bean casserole. Happy Thanksgiving, Mary! Enjoy your day with friends and family~

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  150. When I was younger my favorite side was mashed potatoes with butter. Now I love sweet potatoes with marshmellows on top and my mom’s corn pudding. My mouth “waters” when I think of these side dishes. Happy Turkey Day.

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  151. Dressing made right is all I need with the turkey, because I am making room for dessert. Major sweet tooth. Love the doggie’s donuts.

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  152. Stuffing! It’s loaded with weight watcher points, but only for one day I enjoy it! I have a fantastic recipe that I got from someone I worked with 30 years ago and I’m still using it — everyone asks for it so I can’t get away from it if I tried! Happy Thanksgiving Mary — and love your blog!

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  153. Brussels sprouts from my childhood, now enhanced with pecans, dried cranberries, and feta cheese. So yummy. And of course, pecan pie. Thankful for family most of all.

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  154. My fav is the stuffing that is cooked in the turkey. My mouth is watering in anticipation. Happy Thanksgiving!

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  155. I guess I’m kinda different, as I love roasted brussel sprouts! LOL However, I think I’ve got to have it all! Thank you so much for the chance to win this awesome bundle!!!

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  156. I love it alll! If I had to make a choice I guess it would be stuffing and gravy. I don’t fix those anytime but Thanksgiving and Christmas. Hope you and all your readers had a wonderful day!

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  157. My favorites are ham & mashed potatoes with some homemade cranberry sauce. Have a Blessed Thanks giving.

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  158. Stuffing for sure, but we also always have mashed turnip and carrot mixed together with cream and butter and pepper

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  159. Sweet potato casserole with candied pecans on top. YUM! Actually, my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving is being surrounded by my family!

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  160. Our family’s favorite side dish is a seven layer salad I make. Two types of lettuce, peas, swiss cheese, bacon bits, hard boiled eggs all topped with mayonnaise and mixed together. I have to make it for Thanksgiving and Christmas dinners.

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  161. My favorite side dish is a toss up between stuffing and mashed potatoes and gravy. Thanks for the chance to win.

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  162. Nest to mashed potatoes & gravy, I’d pile on glazed carrots .. just love them! I love reading your blog & the inspiration you give. I’d love to win, thanks for the opportunity.

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  163. Green Bean Casserole has always, always been my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving!!! Yum!!! Have a Happy Thanksgiving!

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  164. I make and send almost as many Thanksgiving cards as Christmas cards so i would love this suite! My favorite side has to be the stuffing.

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  165. I’m all about the side dishes!! I can’t choose a favorite, so I fill the plate up and…MANJA! Thank you for your site, I enjoy your postings!

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  166. We love dressing and green bean casserole. We really love anything that is prepared homemade. No store bought products already made. Not raised like that. All from scratch.
    Hope you are having a wonderful Thanksgiving !

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  167. I must agree with the mashed potatoes and gravy paired with turkey! They are the must haves! Also love green bean casserole!
    But when it comes to the Come to Gather suite–it’s my absolute fave from this year’s holiday catalog! Would love to win!

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  168. Hi Mary, Happy Thanksgiving.
    My favorite side dish is broccoli and cheese casserole. Yummmy
    Have a great day!
    Vicki

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  169. My favorite sidedish to a Turkey Thanksgiving dinner is roasted brussels sprouts. Love these little cabbages with almonds and bacon pieces.

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  170. Oh, I just love everything! But if I had to choose a side, it has to be a mashed sweet potato casserole with brown sugar and pecans on top! But that is only because I can’t choose pumpkin pie as a side dish! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  171. Happy Thanksgiving, Mary! I am grateful for your kindness in sharing your ideas with us! My favorite side would be Au Gratin Potatoes.

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  172. Thanks for sharing the story of your rescue pups and thanks for the contest.
    It’s hard to choose, I like sides more than the main dish. I’ll choose cheesy hash browns as the “favorite-est” favorite.

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  173. My favorite side is the mashed sweet potato dish my Momm makes with pineapple, pecans and topped with toasted marshmallows, YUM!

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  174. Thanks for this opportunity, Mary. I love having cranberry relish made with fresh berries, apples, oranges and sugar to taste.

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  175. My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is stuffing, which my family only prepares once a year. It is a sweet reminder of holidays with mother and grandmother who perfected this recipe.

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  176. I make cranberry sauce using the recipe on the cranberry bag, but substitute port wine for the water. I also add a dash of ground cloves and cinnamon. The alcohol boils out during the cooking, and the flavor is divine! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  177. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! ( including the two donut sleeping pups) Thanks for sharing your ideas!

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  178. Happy Thanksgiving and thank you for your inspiration! Sweet potatoes are a favorite and have such a history.

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  179. Those pictures are making me very hungry and looking forward to Thanksgiving dinner. I love mashed potatoes and that would be my first choice for a side. Thank goodness I don’t really have to decide as I love it all…except the traditional green bean casserole. I do something different w those green beans?

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  180. My favorite side dish is the dressing or stuffing with a little turkey gravy on it! Don’t forget the cranberry sauce!

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  181. My favorite side to pair with turkey would be a green bean casserole.
    Thanksgiving traditions at our house though are tacos!

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  182. Sweet potato casserole. Thanks, Mary, for the chance to win this wonderful bundle. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  183. My favorite side dish is sweet potato casserole. I love the crunchy pecan topping and the delicious creamy sweet potatoes.

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  184. My favorite side dish is the stuffing…I don’t usually eat that type of dish but on Thanksgiving anything goes! Nancy

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  185. The stuffing! Definitely the stuffing topped with lots of gravy! Happy Thanksgiving Mary to you and yours! May your year be filled with many, many blessings!

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  186. I am with you Mary, Mash Potatoes is tops! (by the way I am a demonstrator, so I do not need to win your gift)

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  187. Happy Thanksgiving! My husband loves Brussel sprouts. It was an acquired taste for me, but is now one of my favorites. Those mushrooms look yummy.

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  188. Corn soufflé! My mother’s recipe – it’s the best! Always happy to share her recipe and think of her when I do, Thanks Mom!

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  189. Stuffing stuffing stuffing
    Hot the day of and cold on sandwichs as leftovers
    I’ve been on Jenny Craig for months can’t wait to enjoy the carbs for one da ???

    Thanks for the chance to win

    Have a blessed Thanksgiving!

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  190. When it comes to Thanksgiving there is not a side dish I don’t like hahahaha and I also love this Stamping up DPS!!! Have a Blessed Thanksgiving

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  191. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. I made a kale and brussel sprout salad with thinly sliced Parmesan Reggiano cheese and lightly toasted walnuts with homemade lemon dressing. It was a nice change and also great for aiding digestion. Everyone loved it.

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  192. I think my favorite side is sweet potato casserole! This was a hard choice with all the dishes you have on this day.

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  193. Sweet potatoes topped with brown sugar and pecans. It’s a side dish and extra sweet for a dessert too! Happy Thanksgiving 🙂

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  194. My favorite side for Thanksgiving is called Broccoli Yum Yum. My family absolutely loves it and requests it all year long.

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  195. I love all and any of the sides that are made on Thanksgiving, whether I make them or someone else. I am thankful for being able to provide food for my family and friends on this day, or any day for that matter.

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  196. So hard to choose! That’s like picking a favorite Stampin Up color!
    I think I’d have to choose deviled eggs…simply because it’s something I don’t get to eat everyday…only during the holidays. I can have mashed potatoes, corn or carrots whenever but deviled eggs are definitely a holiday special.

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  197. Oh, that’s a hard one…green bean casserole? baked corn pudding? waldorf salad? All of them have a place on the table, but, really, my favorite is cranberry relish. I love the tart/sweet combination of the fresh berries and crushed pineapple with a handful of chopped walnuts mixed in. Actually, I love cranberries year-round, and always freeze a few bags for when I just have to have some in July.
    Happy Thanksgiving, you-all!

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  198. My favorite side dish is squash! However, it is hard to choose as I really like so many other side dishes!!

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  199. Thank you for offering such a fabulous prize. Someone will be a happy winner. Thanksgiving is all about friends and family and I guess too much food. My children would not call it a complete meal without my sweet potato casserole. The boiled onions in cream sauce is for me. Have a wonderful Thanksgiving holiday.

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  200. Cranberries are my favorite part of the Thanksgiving Neal and they compliment turkey so well! Thanks for the chance to win. Love your samples with the Come to Gather Suite ?

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  201. Doing something new this year: Roasted brussel sprouts and butternut squash with a maple flavored topping! Hope it is good!

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    • I love it all, but my favorite side is spinach casserole made with cream of mushroom soup, cream cheese and French fried onions! Happy Thanksgiving Mary! Thankful for all your inspiration!

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  202. My favorite side dish is my husbands home made sausage stuffing…yummmmmmmy … Happy Thanksgiving to you and all of yours….:)

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  203. I don’t know if I can pick one favorite side. Mashed potatoes and gravy, good homemade stuffing and green bean casserole are my favorites. Thanksgiving is my favorite meal of the year!

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  204. My favorite is sweet potatoes cooked any style. My mom would cook, mash and then cover with marshmallows and brown in the oven. Yum , makes you feel happy.

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  205. MY favorite side is cranberry salad we call “pink stuff “. It is a fluffy, sweet and sour creamy side, made with crushed pineapple, marshmallows, cranberries and whipped cream. Happy thanksgiving!

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  206. A broccoli casserole my mom always made for Thanksgiving. Putting it together this afternoon for a late dinner!

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  207. My favorite Thanksgiving side dish is homemade sausage apple stuffing. Thanks for the chance to win this beautiful set!

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  208. My favorite side dish is anything made with Jello. (I think it’s a childhood memory thing. I’m old!) ?

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  209. I have two favorites for my Thanksgiving dinner. I love stuffing (some may call it dressing) with gravy and the delicious corn pudding. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Enjoy this special day.

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  210. Hands down it’s the STUFFING!!!!! My triple batch is in the crockpot slowly cooking now!
    Ps. Easiest way to cook it- stays moist and is ready when the turkeys ready.

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  211. Never met a side I didn’t like! But a sweet potato praline casserole is one of my all time faves. Sweet potatoes are healthy, right? Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family.

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  212. Stuffing is my favorite accompaniment to the traditional turkey. Add some delicious gravy and it makes the meal. I put leftover stuffing in my waffle iron for a real treat on Black Friday and a different spin on the normal leftovers! Great with a couple of eggs for breakfast!

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  213. Carrot Casserole, it’s so surprisingly yummy! Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family. Love the photo of your fur babies. Our animals make our lives complete.

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  214. Way too many sides to choose from! My plate usually consists of all sides and a little piece of turkey…LOL. I don’t think I can choose just one!

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  215. Thanksgiving Wishes to you and yours! A time for being thankful for so many things. One of them is having found your site and being able to take advantage of your wonderful videos and PDFs! You’ve enriched my crafting life more than you’ll ever know! Have a wonderful day with your family and puppies!

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  216. My favorite side dish is raisin, apple, walnut stuffing flavored with apple cider. Became a traditional for my family 50 years ago when I found it in a Hallmark cookbook. Irony is hallmark is no longer my go to store. Stampin’Up! Is.

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  217. I love home made stuffing with my turkey but any vegetable pairs well as long as it is shared with loved ones. The meal is in second place. First place is sharing the day with family and friends and reflecting on all that we have to be thankful for and giving thanks.

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  218. What a wonderful giveaway!
    The must have item and my favorite to go with turkey is the stuffing, it complements the meat with all the onions, celery and spices perfectly!

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  219. What a generous gift you’re giving away, Mary – very nice of you! My favorite side is the dressing (or stuffing, which we called it growing up)! I can hardly wait to get to my sister’s place today…she makes it just like our mom used to! Have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  220. A simple sausage herb stuffing is my go-to side, with gravy! It’s the only time within a year I permit this indulgence. So good. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours.

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  221. I’m so thankful to be a breast cancer survivor for 39 YEARS!! I was 33 years old when I was diagnosed. I am still thankful for all my family (many have passed) that were by my side during all my recovery time. God is good all the time.

    I love your cards, Mary. Thank you so much for sharing ideas.

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  222. I like a sweet potato casserole with brown sugar and marshmallow topping. It is a reminder of my childhood, sitting around the table with five younger brothers and sisters and laughing at our marshmallow faces.

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  223. Enjoyed the story about the animals.
    I look forward to a cranberry fruit salad every Thanksgiving.
    Thanks for all you do.

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  224. My favorite side is stuffing. I wish I could ask my Mom how to make it. And I would love to win this set. It is my absolute favorite.

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  225. I love mashed/whipped sweet potatoes. Of course the way my mom used to make them with marshmallows on top then baked until they melted. To this day this is the only way my sisters and I will eat them for Thanksgiving and Christmas! As always, love your cards Mary!

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  226. Happy Thanksgiving! My favorite side is dressing balls. Instead of a casserole you make balls. My husbands family tradition. Easier to grab for leftovers too!

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  227. Couldn’t decide between dressing (as we call it) or dumplings….love them both. Happy Thanksgiving.

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  228. I really like dressing with some mashed potatoes and gravy. Can’t wait!!
    Happy Thanksgiving.

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  229. My favorite side is really the stuffing. But since I do low carb, it’s the green beans with slivered almonds. I love the veggies! Have a Happy Thanksgiving and thanks for rescuing the babes! I would love to win the come to gather suite. Saw so many beautiful things on your blog!

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  230. Happy Thanksgiving! My favorite side dish are my husbands homemade rolls! Do they count as a side dish? As many as I eat, I’d have to say they do!

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  231. Happy Thanksgiving Mary!! My favorite side is the stuffing. Love your blog and thanks for the chance to win some great stamping up products!!!

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  232. I wait all season for the dressing/stuffing. It is so good. I could probably skip the rest of the meal.

    Happy Thanksgiving.

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  233. I have to say that mashed potatoes and my homemade gravy are my favorite sides, not just because they taste so good but because I do not make them very often. Dare I say the word “fattening.” Hope your Thanksgiving was wonderful.

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  234. Sweet potatoes are my favorite side dish. This year I had to go gluten-free and it came out great!

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  235. All I want with my turkey is mashed potatoes, gravy and my mother’s stuffing. It’s not Thanksgiving without these. HAPPY THANKSGIVING!!

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  236. I love stuffing and spinach gnocchi. Thanks for the opportunity to win this suite – I love it!! Hope your Thanksgiving is wonderful.

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  237. My mom makes a cheesy potato dish that has a little bit of a crispy topping. It is so cheesy & delicious! It is my favorite side dish for Thanksgiving.

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  238. Oh… we love my Mother’s rolls… an old refrigerator roll recipe… we are so blessed!!! Happy Thanksgiving!!

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  239. Happy Thanksgiving! Stuffing and cranberry sauce are my favorite Thanksgiving dinner side dishes.

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  240. The two sides I can’t do without when enjoying turkey dinner are roasted sweet potatoes and cranberry apple salad. Yum!

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  241. I just love sweet potatoes with my ?! Hope you had a wonderful Thanksgiving surrounded by those you love! #feelingthankful

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  242. We grow our sweet corn, harvest and freeze it. It is most requested family side dish for us to arrive with on Thanksgiving Day. Thank you, Mary, for the inspiration you provide with all our posts!

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  243. Sweet potatoes! As a child I would never eat them. Once I tried them they became my favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal! Happy Thanksgiving!

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  244. Thank you for having a giveaway on Thanksgiving! Your cards have been a blessing to me. My favorite side dish on Thanksgiving is the stuffing–and the next day there is nothing better than an open faced sandwich of turkey, stuffing, cranberry relish, and gravy, IMHO!

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  245. I have to have potatoes and gravy also but it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without the green bean casserole. Thanks for thinking of us on Thanksgiving with your nice gift.

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  246. It’s not Thanksgiving without my family’s recipe for stu!ffing-it’s a carb loading day for me!

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  247. Happy Thanksgiving. We truly have much to be thankful for and are blessed. Side dish? Fruit. And this suite is beautiful as are you samples.

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  248. My favorite side is cranberry relish! I love to have it on a sandwich with leftover turkey! Yummy!

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  249. If I have to choose only one favorite side it’s sweet potato pie. My sister shared her recipe that she was given by our grandmother who cut it out of the newspaper many years ago. It has become a sweet tradition in our family and we remember to thanks to granny for sharing the recipe. Happy thanksgiving!

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  250. While mashed potatoes are is one of my favorite foods, for thanksgiving , it’s the family dressing that I love. I always ask my mom to make extra so we have leftovers.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  251. My favorite side dish is the dressing with lots of gravy! Would love to win the bundle. It is one of my favorites. Enjoy your Thanksgiving.

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  252. Happy Thanksgiving Mary! We all have a lot to be thankful for. Enjoy your day, my favorite side is candied sweet potatoes- ?

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  253. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family, Mary! For me, a Thanksgiving meal is not complete without the stuffing! I also like blanched haricot verts (green beans) — gotta have some vegetables. Thank you for offering the candy blog; I follow your blog every day! ?

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  254. Oh boy!! That’s a hard one!! So much good food! Corn that was frozen from the garden, Green bean dish from the garden, Very slow cooked 30 lb turkey, Homemade desers. An awesome cranberry dish, but BEST OF ALL IS THE FILLING. Not only it tastes good it comes with lots memories of making it with my mother-in-law and then when I took over with my Mother and Dad!.. Now I am the oldest. but just remember we have a lot to be thankful for. Even in this world we are so blessed. Please pass it on to others. Have a happy Thanksgiving and share it.

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  255. Happy Thanksgiving MARY! Wow, if you are fixing all of those sides, I want to come to your house. I would choose either the roasted Brussels Sprouts or Green Beans Almandine. Your generosity is over the top. I love the Gather Together Suite and would love to have it. I will be happy for whoever gets it though. GOD has blessed me. I did get 32 Thanksgiving Cards out, but keep thinking of others that I should have sent to. Our little rescue has been with us for fourteen years. You will fall in love and they will have you wrapped around those wagging little tails. Enjoy you new little additions.

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  256. Happy Thanksgiving Mary!

    My favorite sides (I can’t pick just one) is Mom’s stuffing and corn pudding!

    Enjoy your family!
    Heather

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  257. Turkey is not complete without stuffing! I use my mother’s recipe, which includes breakfast sausage and lots of sage. My daughter and I could make a meal of just the stuffing!

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  258. I love all your projects. A little knew in crafting but your projects make it easy for me to follow.
    Oh, I also enjoy mushed potatoes and gravy, the best with turkey. Hope you have a wonderful Thanksgiving, and the start to a joyous Holiday Season.

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  259. My favorite sides is my family!! Two daughters n 3 Grandkids!! We talk often but holidays n birthdays are when we get to see each other!! As for food sides, has to be the dressing, sweet potatoes, green bean casserole and warm buttered rolls!! Hope you have a great Thanksgiving!!

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  260. Happy Thanksgiving!! I wish you and yours a blessed holiday!!

    Thank you for a chance to win such a great bundle of products!!

    I love mashed potatoes and my homemade noodles!!

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  261. I have always loved good old fashioned bread stuffing with bread, giblets, cooked pork sausage, celery and sage plus other herbs. My mom did not add apples or raisins or stuff like that. I haven’t changed the heritage in over 50 years.

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  262. My favorite side dish is candied sweet potatoes! Hope you and your family have a wonderful Thanksgiving!

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  263. It has to be ravioli with homemade meat sauce. My family is Italian so we have to have ravioli with the turkey!

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  264. I’m crazy about Roasted Brussels Sprouts. Never roasted them before about ten years ago and now it is one of my favorites.

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  265. Happy Thanksgiving. Fave side — tie between scalloped corn (my MIL’s recipe) and candied carrots (family recipe). YUM!! Makes my mouth water just typing this. Peace to all!

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  266. I agree turkey day would not be complete without the mashed potatoes and gravy, but butternut squash and cranberries just complete the meal!!!

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  267. Happy Thanksgiving to you! You didn’t mention stuffing with the usual Thanksgiving Dinner fare. So that would be my favorite side. Then there would be the dreaded Green Bean Casserole. Never have this except on Thanksgiving Day!

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  268. What a wonderful giveaway! That bundle is so pretty! I think my favorite side is mashed potatoes and gravy with dressing a close second.
    Thanks, Mary!

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  269. Green beans, mashed potatoes, deviled eggs, rolls, cranberry sauce and pumpkin pie for dessert. I eat ham I hate turkey.

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  270. My favorite side dish is candied sweet potatoes. Happy Thanksgiving, Mary! Your posts are an inspiration.

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  271. My favorite side with Turkey, dressing is potato salad, just lost my stepmom in October She made the best potatoes ever I am making it today hope I can do it justice for my Dad who’s having a hard time.

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  272. My favorite “side” at Thanksgiving Dinner is being Be–“Side” my family and topped off with Pumpkin Pie and Whipped Cream!

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  273. My husbands aunt makes this Portuguese stuffing that is so good. Wait does apple pie count as a side? Lol. Warm apple pie with ice cream….oh my goodness
    Happy Thanksgiving

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  274. Happy Thanksgiving! My pick for side dishes would be green bean casserole. It definitely is a thanksgiving dish we always include.

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  275. Thankful for your inspiring posts! My favorite side next to the Thanksgiving turkey is a sweet potato casserole made with a crunchy pecan topping. I got the recipe years ago from a dear friend and it has been a family favorite ever since.

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  276. Love this set! My favorite Thanksgiving side has always been the stuffing/dressing smothered in gravy. Thank you, and blessings to all your family.

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  277. Cranberry jello that my daughter makes for me every year even though she does not like it. I love the jello but I love that she does it just for me!!

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  278. Dressing is my absolute favorite! I am a Southern girl raised in South Carolina and when I was a little girl my Grandmother made cornbread dressing every Thanksgiving and I have carried on this tradition with my own family we talk about the dressing several times during the year and we look forward to it every year at Thanksgiving! Love it! Happy Thanksgiving y’all!

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  279. Hi,

    Happy Thanksgiving!

    Only pick one as my favorite is the green bean casserole, but a close second is plain baked sweet potatoes.
    Thank you for offering the giveaway, and for giving rescues fur babies a place in your home. ❤️

    Patty

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  280. I’m in the “stuffing with gravy” camp for side preference, but also the “Let’s just have dessert and coffee” group! Some year….!
    Happy Thanksgiving with my thanks to you for being such an inspirational support to the Pals and for your continued generosity. Have a wonderful holiday.

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  281. My favorite side dish would have to be green bean casserole and baked sweet potatoes with brown sugar and marshmallows. I also have to have my great grandmas fruit salad, which is cool whip, lemon Jello powder, pineapple chunks, mandarin oranges, green & red grapes, and sliced bananas. Mix it all together and yum!

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  282. Happy Thanksgiving ,,,,,,,,to you & family….

    My best food for this day is turkey,stuffing, carrots and apple pie.

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  283. Cranberry Ice has been our tradition instead of cranberry sauce for more than 50 years., after my dad surprised me by liking it and skipping the sauce that was on the table and having seconds.

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  284. I love a side of broccoli and rice. I used to love roasted brussel sprouts as a side, until I saw two of my grandchildren spit them out in their napkin!

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  285. hi Happy Thanksgiving! I love your email I just started making cards you have been a great help thank you

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  286. Green bean casserole shows up at our Thanksgiving every time. Over the years I have tried many versions (all good). Thanks for the generous Thanksgiving Blog Candy Giveaway offer.

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  287. Butternut squash is my favorite side wish at Thanksgiving with the turkey.

    Happy Thanksgiving.
    Rachel

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  288. While my husband’s favorite is brussel sprouts, (he is the only one in the house who eats them), I hold tight to my Texas upbringing and insist upon cornbread dressing every holiday. 🙂 Yum yum!

    Happy Thanksgiving to you and your adorable pups! All of our pets are also rescue.

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  289. First, happy and blessed Thanksgiving. Second, thank you for offering the giveaway. My favorite side is my sausage stuffing. God bless.

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