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ruth chris sweet potato casserole(found on internet)greenbeans,cranberry sauce,deviled eggs,rolls,sweet tea,pumpkin pie and yellow cake with chocolate icing......happy thanksgiving everyone from birchwood,tn.
the easiest food is no food. :D llol just kidding some really easy dishes for thanksgiving would be canned corn, pumpkin pie, buttered noodles, and turkey. although turkey wont be as easy but its simple. you marinate it overnight and then in the morning take the turkey and deep fry it in peanut oil for 2.5 min per pound. im not sure how much oil to use so u might want to research that but if u make all that you will have a full mean with leftovers and its all very simple. :D
Ham. Buy one with a bone in it but already pre-cooked. Bake in the over 350 for three hours. The key to making it great is brown sugar ( 2 cups ) and cola. I always use Dr. Pepper, but you can use Coke too. Enough to cover the bottom of your pan about an two inches in cola. Hands down the best ham you will ever eat!
put some onion with garlic and oil and put with them any vegetables that you like in slices with tomato and meat sure with salt and pepper ,, ,,you will get a fast meal if you don't have meat no need ,, / or boil some water with oil and salt and pepper and put on them some macaroni for 7 minutes then leave them after closing the fire for another ten minutes ,and after you get rid from the excess water , and with some ketchup and some grind cheese on the surface enjoy a good meal / or make some flour with some water as a dough , then leave it for ten minutes and then flatten them by oil like a cloth and fill it by any thing you like cheese , burger , boiled egg , jam ,.. etc and cover the filling by the sides of the flattened dough ,and fry this in a little oil ,till get red remove it and enjoy a good meal ,,,
Mashes potatoes with butter, gravy, mushroom sauce but only one of the three cause it could be salty.Lemon or pumpkin cupcakes, and tea is good too after cakes and sweets. Cheesecake too, don't know if that's thanksgivingish though
I recommend a few bacon dishes: 1) bacon-cornbread stuffing; 2) bacon, sour cream & chive mashed potatoes or 3) run your sweet potatoes through a food processor so they're of a creamy consistency, then top with brown sugar and crumbled bacon, then run the dish under the broiler so the sugar melts.