Irish People Taste Test Thanksgiving Food

Thanksgiving is a day to give thanks -for food! And there's no better way to show that gratitude than to pig out, and to share those wonderful American dishes with the rest of the world. Let's see what Irish people would think of American Thanksgiving dishes: turkey, dressing, cranberry sauce, pecan pie, and some side dishes that aren't all that universal.

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When you see what Irish people think of our traditional dishes, you have to feel sorry for them. What have they been eating all their lives?


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We kind of had a famine, you know, and therefore every dishes is sacred and food should be respected. I'm only half joking, to this day I can't bring myself to throwing away food (my waistline hates Irish food guilt).
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I think it's a sacrilege to serve turkey w/o gravy. Cranberry sauce, are you kidding me? Whenever I put on a Thanksgiving spread the ONLY ONE who reached for the cranberry gelatinous mass was my dad and he had dementia.
Turkey can be sooo dry - just listen to these peoples' comments about it being dry! Drench the bird in gravy, also the mashed potatoes, please.
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My daughter made a pumpkin soup to die for, with pumpkin (butternut squash), onions, cream, and savory spices. Then she gave up milk and won't make it any more, and no one knows what recipe she used!
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