Here we are, the official start to the holiday season with Thanksgiving this week. Lots of friends and family visiting from out-of-town. A big family feast prepared for Thanksgiving Day. Lots of hustle and bustle at your house getting things ready.
We all know everyone’s favorite items on that Thanksgiving dinner table: turkey, gravy and mashed potatoes. But, there are always those dishes on the table or buffet which only a few people love. Apparently, they are traditional. They only seem to be prepared one time a year, and that’s on Thanksgiving. Why do we even bother?
Crestline.com recently conducted a survey of 2,100 Americans from all across our nation to determine our favorite, and least favorite, holiday dishes. We dealt with our favorite dishes in a previous article. This article will deal with those dishes we pass right on to the person seated next to us without scooping any on to our plate.
The first thing I noticed in the findings of this survey, is that Nevada’s least favorite Thanksgiving Day dinner item is biscuits. Really? It is as surprising as what the survey states is Nevadans favorite Thanksgiving dinner item: cranberry sauce. I’m scratching my head on both of those findings. Maybe if we put a little cranberry sauce on top of a sliced biscuit, both of these items would have ended up in the middle of the pack where they belong. Just my opinion.
I have to say, that overall, my tastes tend to concur with the tastes of Americans overall. I have never enjoyed sweet potatoes or yams, no matter how they were prepared, and I am NOT a fussy eater. With that in mind, let’s get right down to it. Here are America’s least favorite Thanksgiving Day dinner items as reported by Crestline.com.
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Larry Martino is the long-time Afternoon Drive personality on 96.3 KKLZ. The views and opinions expressed in this blog are those of Larry Martino and not necessarily those of Beasley Media Group, LLC.