Ranking turkey and the 19 best side dishes that you can serve on Thanksgiving – 2018 Edition

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Like last year, this year’s list is not up for debate. Don’t @ me.

  1. Sweet potato casserole with marshmallows **kisses fingers again** [Last year – No. 1]
  2. Stuffing  [Last year – No. 3]
  3. Homemade mashed potatoes  [Last year – No. 4]
  4. Cornbread  [Last year – No. 5]
  5. Macaroni and cheese  [Last year – No. 2]
  6. Brussel sprouts (Have I matured in 2018? ¯\_(ツ)_/¯)  [Last year No. 12]
  7. Canned cranberry sauce  [Last year – No. 8]
  8. Gravy (bonus points for sausage)  [Last year – No. 6]
  9. Homemade cranberry sauce  [Last year – No. 11]
  10. King’s Hawaiian Sweet Rolls [Last year – Unranked]
  11. Roasted vegetables  [Last year – No. 10]
  12. Glazed carrots [Last year – Unranked]
  13. Turkey  [Last year – No. 7]
  14. Corn on the cob (I wouldn’t serve creamed corn to my dog. Although, proper Esquites would be top 5)  [Last year – No. 9]
  15. Green bean casserole  [Last year – No. 13]
  16. Turducken  [Last year – No. 14]
  17. Instant mashed potatoes or any other wannabe mashed potatoes such as cauliflower puree  [Last year – No. 15]
  18. Macaroni and cheese combined with any vegetable  [Last year – No. 16]
  19. Steamed vegetables [Last year – Unranked]
  20. Anything with kale, quinoa, or other alleged “superfood.” (Unless your idea of superfood is bacon)  [Last year – No. 17]

Booted from last year’s list: Tofurkey  [Last year – No. 18], Overcooked turkey  [Last year – No. 19], Pearl onion casserole  [Last year – No. 20]

Wishing you a safe and happy Thanksgiving, surrounded by friends and family!

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