Thanksgiving is almost here in the U.S., heralding the start of the holiday season and the first of many meals where you might be confronted with a traditional dish that you happen to find disgusting. What holiday food do you hate to see on the table?
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There, I've said it! lol. I'm not fond of turkey, because until this year there has always been a 22lbs average of turkey for 4 people -> I like leftovers, but not that much man! I don't really care much for Chicken either, but I eat it when that's what is given. Although I wasn't raised that way, I am the sort of person that will eat what ever is put in front of me, if I consider it palatable enough to stand it.
That reminds me of a family joke; my father telling my mom. that he would do anything for her. To which the rest more or less goes like this:
My mom: "I know one thing you won't do"
My dad: "What's that beautiful?"
My mom: "Cook a turkey!"
My dad: "You're right, I won't do it!"
Like my father, I would prefer a HAM :-). But the turkey is what is on the table, so that's what I eat til the next moon cycle lolololol.
N.B. Stuffing that was cooked in the bird, I don't consider palatable; cooked outside, s'ok.