That said, there are a few dishes that scream "Thanksgiving" to me that I hesitate to cook any other time of year for fear that I might slowly grow tired of them, namely Squash Casserole, Green Bean Casserole, and my Grandma Mary Sue's rolls. Then, on Thanksgiving, all that pent-up casserole coveting explodes, leading me to load my plate up with stuffing, gravy, dressing, casseroles, and rolls. That's right--I'm one of those people who doesn't actually eat turkey on Thanksgiving. I love turkey, but it's hard to compare to a good, buttery crackered squash casserole.
I already cooked one Thanksgiving dinner this year, and I'm done with my leftovers and ready for round two. It'll be my first one that I spend with my fiance and his family and I plan to bring a few traditions along for the ride.
What one dish are you looking forward to this Thanksgiving?