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Sometimes it feels like I'm the only person that enjoys thanksgiving. I can't be the only one, right?


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Sometimes family gatherings remind you more of what you've lost than what you still have.
But this everyone will enjoy the day on kissu


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I get that. Though for me it's one Holiday where I meet up with the only side of the family that doesn't subtley judge me or force their societal expectations on me. Also all the food is really nice.


*the one Holiday


Yeah, the food is nice. Every year I say or think "That was so good, I should learn how to make it" and then suddenly a year has passed and I'm saying it again


I miss family gatherings even if they were all faking kindness while secretly hating each other. The facade was strong enough to make it enjoyable for a while. My mother cooking with firewood, my cousins who I rarely see, all the love from my grandparents... This doesn't exist anymore.


You could always ask people in the cooking thread how to make the Thanksgiving stuff.

Also I always feel a bit useless when it comes to Thanksgiving because everyone has their own special dish and I have nothing...


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Kongsgiving. How will you give your thanks to Sachiko?


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A present


Well we don't have Thanksgiving where I live but I like turkey and it is rather uncommon and expensive here so it would be cool to have a day set aside for eating it, and I'd never complain about getting a holiday either.


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What's kissu's favorite Thanksgiving food? I really like sweet potatos


There's this sweet potato with coconut topping side dish that tastes like a desert yet we eat it with dinner.
It's pretty nice and sweet.


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When I was a kid it was the pies, but as I've grown older I've really switched to preferring that umami flavor so I like turkey and mashed potatoes, both with gravy, the most.
So much work involved with the turkey and gravy... it's a shame I can't have it more often.


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Now for the important question: light meat or dark meat?


Always only ate white. The dark meat was too greasy and gross-looking to me by comparison, but my grandpa loved it


Dark meat is a lot more tender and if I'm just eating the turkey I'll pick dark. However for stuff like soup or sandwiches I'll go with the white meat.


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had some burokko burokko burokkori casserole for thanksgivesmas


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Is turkey supposed to be a little dry? I've had turkey a few times and although it was good it was a bit dry.


The light meat is generally dry-ish, after a bit (if it was cooked correctly). The dark meat is what you want if you're looking for something more juicy.


I think so, and that's why there's gravy for it


Better than Thanksgiving dinner is post-thanksgiving soup


I'm in a similar boat except I still love the pies.

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