Thanksgiving is days away and of course, I wait till today or the day before to get everything I am going to need. That's an excellent sign.

I have an idea of what I am now cooking for Thanksgiving Number 6 for the main course and for the sides, fresh cranberry sauce, I learned how to make last year, It came out so good!

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Brussell sprouts with bacon and maple syrup, butternut squash, Oh yes and some stuffing, but then Scott will want green bean casserole, ok so maybe there are a few more cuts I need to make of my cooking list for Turkey day.

With that in mind YOU.GOV

A new survey asked people to name their three favorite Thanksgiving main courses and three favorite side dishes.

I am curious about what you are going to be serving for your Thanksgiving?

Here are the results for the main courses.

1. Turkey, 84%.

2. Ham, 56%.

3. Chicken, 32%.

4. Beef, 24%.

5. Lamb, 9%. I would like to try that sometime.

6. Duck, 7%. Ding, ding, ding we have a winner!, that is what I am cooking.

7. Fish, 6%.

8. Tofu, 3%. that right a tofurkey.

And here are the most popular side dishes.

- What America eats on Thanksgiving - YouGov - today.yougov.com

1. Stuffing or dressing, 53%.

2. Mashed potatoes, 51%.

3. Sweet potatoes or yams, 31%.

4. Cranberry sauce, 24%.I will make both kinds in the can and cooked.

5. Bread or rolls, 23%.,Mmmmm Kings Hawian rolls are always good.

6. Green bean casserole, 20%.

7. Mac and cheese, 19%.

8. Corn, 12%.

9. Salad, 8%.

10. Cornbread, 7%.

11. Fruit salad, 6%.

12. TIE: Squash, Brussels sprouts, and collard greens, 5%. both are yummy!

13. Mixed vegetables, 4%.

14. TIE: Glazed carrots, soup, and black-eyed peas, 3%.

What America eats on Thanksgiving - YouGov - today.yougov.com

(YouGov)

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