RaceDayCT Daily Poll: What’s Your Favorite Thanksgiving Dinner Side Dish?

Ok, let’s take a day off from racing topics.

It’s Thanksgiving week, so lets get down to the important stuff (or stuffing maybe). What’s your favorite Thanksgiving Dinner side dish? Vote below.


  1. Sidney Powell is supposedly bringing a law suit of epic proportions this week that will bring repercussions that will be “Biblical” as reported by Newsmax.
    While I’m keeping an eye out for that I’ll be making my epic stuffing that gets rave reviews of Biblical proportion. OK that’s embellishing but judge for yourself.
    Both white bread and corn bread, hot turkey sausage, cranberries, walnuts, black olives, onion, celery, quinoa and and array of tender seeds plus the usual butter, broth, seasonings etc.
    It’s not a side dish. It a meal.
    Don’t forget the non traditional side dishes. Like baked oysters.
    Happy Thanksgiving RaceDayCt nation.

  2. Seriously, who voted for Brussel Sprouts?? Is that you Earl?

  3. Jack Daniels, chilled in the freezer for a few days makes everything better. So smooth when chilled. My Meme used to make meat stuffing with beef, pork, potato and bread. Others have tried, but hers was always the best. Not really a turkey person, unless it’s wild turkey 101. Prime rib crown roast, just awesome.

  4. Write in vote: wine !

  5. No, voted for squash and after dinner a nice cold glass of Disaronno on ice. I do agree with Rob p, JD is my drink of preference, Jamieson when I am slumming. As you can tell I am a whiskey guy.

  6. Shawn, a little disappointed turnips weren’t on the list. My all time favorite side dish.

  7. Doug, Powell was fired last week, shortly after making those epic remarks. Rudy continues his meltdown though, promising more legal action
    Chris Christie said it best, this is a national embarrassment. Trump has told some close to him that he plans to run again in 2024. Betting prosecutors in the state of New York have something to say about that.
    MASK UP and stay safe.

  8. So Earl is a JD guy. Go figure.

  9. Rob p., Trump will be in so much legal trouble once he’s out of office, even the GOP won’t go near him again. Trump will be far more toxic once he’s out of office, prosecuted a few times and more evidence comes out. The 2024 GOP Presidential candidate will be Mitt Romney. The GOP needs a safe candidate to recover from Trump.

    Hey 🌈JD🌈, I see the NH state Republicans want to impeach their own GOP Governor. What a laughing stock of a state party.

    But I love my fresh made cranberry sauce.

  10. Let’s not speculate about 2024 that’s 4 years away.

  11. I love Brussels sprouts. Have them all the time.

  12. Viva race fan says

    Classic Stuffing and Cranberry mm hmmmm.
    Venison Tender loins on grill never a bad side dish.
    Chocolate pudding pie in a Graham cracker crust.

  13. Really Rob p? Is that your take on the Powell situation. Silly me, I’m going to have to spend more time glued to cable news for that and the election results. I hear there’s still doubt on who won.
    Now tell me again how we should all wash our hands, wear our masks and how the 2021 racing season is teetering on the brink of not happening because of the virus like you did last spring. I just can’t get enough of that. It’s really made all the difference so far.
    In more important news yes….turnips. Highly under rated but a staple at some tables for Thanksgiving.

  14. I hope all of you enjoy Thanksgiving.
    We really do have much to be thankful for.
    Enjoy the time with your family and friends!
    Be well, be safe,

  15. Air travel is going up, up, up. Airports are packed, people are crammed like sardines.

    December is going to be really bad. Ask Canada. Their Thanksgiving was in October and they had bad virus 🦠 surges after the holiday.

    Couldn’t find a small turkey, so we are having duck, local butternut squash, local spinach, sautéed mushrooms and onions, home made local sourced applesauce, home made cranberry sauce. And bourbon, lots and lots of bourbon. 🥃

  16. kind of hard to have one without most of the rest of them

  17. I think that we should have a poll of what do we have to be thankful for this year? My vote — being able to get a racing season in this year. My kind of “normal”.

  18. I think we should be thankful we are still able to read and post on this site after almost one year of successfully dodging the virus. Regardless of our diverse opinions and ball busting, we are all children of God and let’s give thanks to him for protecting us so we can live another day.

    Happy Thanksgiving 🦃 everyone, may you and your families stay healthy and safe.

  19. Earl, you definitely nailed it! Thank God we’re still here to do this and anything else we do! Although I do consider Sharpie Fan’s comment a close second. There were more than a few times I thought the only racing events we would see this year were 2019 reruns. Happy Thanksgiving to all!

  20. With all due respect the the religious among us God may be sitting this one out. Some technicality about God giving man free will but that’s over my head. . Depending on your belief system one might conclude that if there is a God, he or she may be looking on and thinking oh my, I created a bunch of dump asses.
    I’d be more grateful for the scientific community that has developed the array of what appears to be extraordinary vaccines with sky high efficacy rates. It’s amazing to see experts on TV flash from dire predictions to what we face in the coming months to bright smiles of what the future could hold when the vaccines start making their impacts.
    First up, those that are in harms way every day. The medical professionals of which this forum has relatives that are in the field. Many of us can pick our spots doing what needs to be done, we have our safety disciplines and can remain fairly safe. The medical professionals deal with the fall out from a population that never found common purpose in the fight nor cared much until they started feeling out of sorts. Nothing to be done about that now it’s too late.
    Direct the cavalry to where it’s needed most. Emergency use is not full approval but it’s something. The FDA meets December 10th to consider Pfizer’s application. Limited doses can be sent out within 48 hours to states based on population. Governors will make the decisions on where the limited supplies go first. The smart ones will put the hospitals and first responders at the head of the line.
    If and when that happens, which should be around December 12th to the 14th, that will comprise the sum of my thanks for 2020.

  21. I’m not sure I can give thanks to a God that inflicts all this pain, suffering, sorrow, and death.

    Seriously???? Being thankful that you were not one of the people to die yet? Being thankful that you are still here? Pretty selfish, and unabashedly at that.

    You need to elevate your life goals and expectations.

    Maybe pick another God, there are thousands and thousands to choose from.

    But then, it’s always all about you, right?

    🦃 🦃 🦃 🦃 🦃 🦃 🦃 🦃 🦃 🦃

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