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Happy Thanksgiving FWtCT Community

Good morning, FWtCT community. Happy Thanksgiving!

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Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving, Bulldog fans!

I hope you and your family are eating lots of turkey, ham, dressing, green bean casserole, butter beans, gravy and banana pudding today. Seriously, I hope and pray you’re having a great day with family and friends.

The College Football Playoff rankings were announced this week, so let’s rank the best Thanksgiving foods. Who’s in your Thanksgiving Playoff Championship?

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1. Turkey

This is an easy choice for me. This is the only day of the year that I eat turkey. Specifically, with HOT SAUCE. If you’ve never tried turkey with hot sauce, you’re missing out. Don’t knock it ‘til you try it.

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2. Green Bean Casserole

I know there are some haters out there for this one, but y’all know this is a top-notch Thanksgiving dish. People can say they hate it, but I know they sneak a scoop or two when no one is looking.

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3. Macaroni and Cheese

The OG side dish. The best of the best since you were 3 years old. Everyone goes back for a second round of mac and cheese from baby nephew to grandpa Mike. One more thing, y’all know shells are better.

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An underdog. The one who no one thought would make it this far but always seems to stick around. You put other foods on it, you wipe your gravy with it, and you always end on a roll bite before calling it quits.

Now, you tell me. Who would win if this was this year’s Thanksgiving playoff? What’s your favorite Thanksgiving food? What’s your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?