Thanksgiving is almost here, which means you'll be sitting down to the Thanksgiving feast before you know it. Along with the traditional side dishes that everyone loves like mashed potatoes and stuffing, there are others that keep showing up year after year even though a lot of people are the table don't like them or don't to eat them on Thanksgiving. CheatSheet put together a list of some of the most hated Thanksgiving dishes:
Canned cranberry sauce
Boiled brussels sprouts (or boiled anything)
Green bean casserole -- It's a Thanksgiving classic, but a lot of people hate it.
Oyster stuffing -- Oysters?? No.
Sweet potato casserole with marshmallows -- Too sweet!
Pecan pie -- Most people like apple or pumpkin instead.
Macaroni and cheese -- It may be a beloved comfort food, but many people think it's too heavy for Thanksgiving.
Ambrosia salad -- If you don't know what this is, it's canned fruit mixed with maraschino cherries and whipped cream.
Dinner rolls -- With mashed potatoes and stuffing on the table, these are just filler.
Creamed pearl onions
Salad -- No one really wants to eat salad on Thanksgiving.
Turkey -- Surprise! Many people say they actually skip the turkey and just eat the side dishes.
Which ones do you agree with most?
Are there any foods that you don't think belong on this list?
What traditional Thanksgiving food(s) should be on this list that aren't?
What's your favorite part of the Thanksgiving meal?
Do you like trying new side dishes at Thanksgiving or do you like to just stick with your family's traditional sides?