Thanksgiving is a holiday filled with food traditions, myth, and a whole lot of cooking. Myth you say? Yep, myth. Truth is, cheddar cheese has more tryptophan (an amino acid, that supposedly make you sleepy) than turkey. So much for Uncle Al blaming his turkey over-consumption for passing out at the table. The most typical Thanksgiving dinner traditions include turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy, cranberries, and pumpkin pie--though many families have substituted their own traditions for these classic dishes.
Considering taking on the task of the grandest of grand Thanksgiving dinners this year? Hitting that bull's-eye all depends on your Thanksgiving Day priorities and personal style. The tradition of celebrating a good harvest over a meal with others started long before the Pilgrims, and there are plenty of ways to celebrate that tradition today. Take this quiz and find out the best way for you to approach this year's Thanksgiving meal.
What’s your true Thanksgiving dinner style?
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