Today's social dilemma came about after a conversation with my neighbor over the weekend. We were both out doing yard work in our respective yards and took a break to have a chat. We were talking about the holidays coming up and who was having what where. I told her I've done Thanksgiving at my house for the past ten years, and that it's turned into a small affair. It's usually only me, my sweetie and my mom. Sometimes my sister comes up from Virginia with her son, but either way, these days, the most there ever is is five or six of us. Because of that, we don't make turkey anymore, we make chicken. You would have thought it was sacrilege. She said traditions are important and turkey is tradition. I said, well, it was tradition when my mom would have it at her place, and the turkey would cook all night, and then it was tradition at my house and I would do the same until it ended up being a smaller and smaller group, and then we changed to chicken. We still have the fixin's like stuffing, potatoes, corn, rolls, pies for dessert, etc. but the main course is now chicken instead of turkey. She couldn't believe that anyone would choose anything other than turkey on Thanksgiving. So I thought I'd ask you. Do you ever cook or eat something other than turkey on Thanksgiving?? I can't be the only one. Let me know on the TRY Facebook page.
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