Power Rankings: Thanksgiving Dishes






1)
Turkey
I mean, do I really need to say anything about this?
2)
Dressing/Stuffing
Stuffing is a delicious bundle of flavors hitting your mouth all at once.
3)
Mashed Potatoes
I love me some loaded mashed potatoes with a flavored gravy. Maybe some shredded cheese and bacon bits. Just a big guy’s opinion.
4)
Pumpkin Pie
Even though Thanksgiving is known for its main course and sides, it’s hard to pass up a slice of this traditional dessert. And it’s hard to pass up multiple slices if the pie comes with nuts and whipped cream.
5)
Corn on the Cob
What can be better than a nice, steamed corn on the cob with melted butter dripping off it? Not to mention how fun it is to eat.
6)
Green Bean Casserole
Green bean casserole is a staple of Thanksgiving, but it is one dish I tend to stay clear of in my household, with a wife that likes to experiment with recipes.
7)
Rolls
Let’s just come to terms with it. It’s not a meal without hot, right out of the oven, covered in butter rolls. I love me some rolls!!!!!!!!!!!!!
8)
Cranberry Sauce
Little Richard once sang about cranberry sauce in a Geico commercial, before letting out his customary, “Woooo-hoooo.” Anyone eating non-sweetened cranberry sauce is likely to do the same.
9)
Sweet Potatoes
Tasty, sweet, and good for you! But are they better than the traditional mashed potatoes?
10)
Brussels Sprouts
They smell awful, so tasting them is almost out of the question.

The Power Rankings are compiled by MyBriefs staff writers Joseph Laguerre, Franklin Lee, Brandon Meyers, Ankur Varma and Christopher Wilson and are sponsored by Panda Express.

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