Strange Thanksgiving Day Dishes

Strange Thanksgiving Day Dishes

Rod Ronald Rod Ronald
Does anyone else out there know someone who brings a strange dish to the table come Turkey day? My Grandmother-in-law takes the cake on this. God love her she's an amazing person, but I think she does these things just to get a laugh. Last year she brought boiled Hot Dogs. I snikered and sat there as she forced people to take one. I seriously think shes a prankster.
Anyways, are there any strange dishes at your feast?
11/18/2012
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TheirPet TheirPet
Man, I love hot dogs. I think last Thanksgiving we had lasagne.
11/18/2012
KyotoAngel KyotoAngel
Stuffed cabbage, it's one of my mother's bf's sort of traditional dishes he learned from his grandmother.
He says it's a Polish dish and calls it Golabki (pronounced gaw-WOHMP-kee).

Internet mangled the word but it's supposed to have a few little accent things.

Also here's a recipe for them, not sure if it's the exact one he uses though.

This is one of very few ways I've found cabbage to be tolerable. xD
11/18/2012
emiliaa emiliaa
Haha not really, XD We usually have a very typical dinner, except maybe my grandma's turkey neck but that's fairly normal.
11/18/2012
ElizaFetishx ElizaFetishx
Golabki are delicious! Actually, most Polish food is pretty good haha.

Anyhow, I don't know if I'd call it strange, but my grandmother always makes broiled brussel sprouts and I love them.

This year I'll be making a pumpkin hazelnut cheesecake for the first time, so hopefully it doesn't come out weird.
11/19/2012
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