Favorite Holiday Side Dish

ScarletFox ScarletFox
So I have to start thinking about what I am making for a side dish for holiday gatherings coming up shortly. I am a personal fan of stuffing, but I have recently fallen in love with sweet potatoes (found a great one to spice them with Chai).

But I was curious as to what other peoples favorites are to get a good mix.
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underHim underHim
I personally do not love it (I like stuffing) but my husband loves my twice done sweet potatoes. Peel and dice about 3 pounds of sweet potatoes, mix with 2 sticks of butter, 2 cups of brown sugar and bake at 350 for about 2 hours until they are very soft. Cool on the counter, put in the refrigerator overnight to soak in all the goodness. The next day, warm them up on the stove, and then send them through a food processor until smooth. You will have very sweet candied mashed sweet potatoes.
married with children married with children
I dont really have a special dish that we only cook during the holidays. But I love garlic mashed potatoes. We eat them with atleast a few meals a week.
Undecided Undecided
Mash potatoes,green bean casserole and homemade mac and cheese
rosythorn rosythorn
Good specialty bread with some cheese! Or sauteed garlic green beans.
Beautiful-Disaster Beautiful-Disaster
Only thing I eat on thanksgiving, is the stuffing.
MeliPixie MeliPixie
My favorite side dish (though I hate to sound conceited) is my roasted butternut/buttercup squash. You peel and dice it, add some olive oil and herbs and dried cranberries, or cherries if you prefer, and roast them at about 350 F until juuust done, but not so tender they break when you go to pick them up. It makes amazing leftovers when blended with some chicken stock or broth with lots of dried thyme and a little cream to make creamy squash soup!
debo debo
broccoli casserole
AHubbyof2SexualMinds AHubbyof2SexualMinds
I enjoy dressing (Southern version of stuffing) so much. But also I do roasted Brussels sprouts with pancetta, roasted root veggies and a broccoli/cauliflower casserole that seem to be popular during the holidays.
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