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Flash Contest - EN Community Thanksgiving Party!

First a very Happy Thanksgiving day to our US farmers!

As you all get ready to have a traditional Thanksgiving dinner, we thought it
would be nice to see some traditional fare from all of the big farmers in our community.

Post a traditional dish, eaten in your country, to celebrate a national holiday or event. 
Tell us a bit about it & a picture would help, as we all like to drool over yummy food pics!  :p

We will give 750 gold to the 1st 3 valid entries from EACH of our 8 community servers:
AU1 - EN1 - IN1 - INT1 - LT1 - NL1 - SKN1 - US1
That is 24 winners in all, if we can tempt some of our quieter members into posting :)

You can continue to post your delicious dishes,
even after the 3 prizes for your server have been won,
so that we can all learn something about each others cultures.

The contest will run until we have all 24 winners, to allow for all the timezones, 
so bring lots of food, this could be a long community party!

Have fun all!

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  • KarenKay (US1)KarenKay (US1) Posts: 1,036

    Had to do Thanksgiving since this is exactly what I'll be making tomorrow:

    Roast Turkey, Stuffing, Mashed Potatoes, Gravy, (drooling yet?) Cranberry Sauce, Sweet Potatoes, Rolls

    We always have a relish and a veggie tray with dip as well 

    Many thanks to farmerjohn 22 for this creation  :)
  • @KarenKay (US1) mmmmm that looks delicious!! Thankyou :)

    Shouldn`t you be in bed? Hope you are able to wake up in time to cook all that hehe

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  • Rocky123 (IN1)Rocky123 (IN1) IN1 Posts: 627

    This is Anarsa (rice flour cookies) , a traditional dish ,particularly prepared on diwali  :) 

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  • "chole bhature" a typical dish from the state of Punjab. it is loved by all indians. 
    it is a type of 'puri' served with onions, 'chole' (gram) and 'chutney', the type of sauce.

  • NormaHelen (US1)NormaHelen (US1) US1 Posts: 262
    edited 23.11.2017
    Along with the turkey, we usually have green bean casserole. Its made with green beans, cream of mushroom soup, & onion rings.

  • Lylu (INT1)Lylu (INT1) INT1 Posts: 448
    edited 23.11.2017
    Pecan Pie - my favorite Thanksgiving dessert.
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  • eug1 (NL1)eug1 (NL1) NL1 Posts: 11,434
    A special treat for the Netherlands on New Years Eve are these "oliebollen". Fried dough with raisins, some cinnamon and powdered sugar on top.
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    The traditional non vegetarian meal of kerala. Served on a banana leaf. consists of chicken biryani, curd, sambhar, boiled egg, chicken, prawns, fish all made in various spices and served with curry. Yummm.
    ..now i just want to eat it
  • FarmerCli (US1)FarmerCli (US1) US1 Posts: 2,472
    edited 23.11.2017
    Oh well, here I am late as usual for these contests! But my two cents worth: Our traditional Thanksgiving Day Feast is actually non-traditional (at least as far as I know).  We enjoy roast duck. This is so appropriate as we raise ducks here on Big Farm and not turkeys. (Please don't ask me what we enjoy for Easter Dinner, because all the children will want to throw stones at me)

  • FastMunira (IN1)FastMunira (IN1) IN1 Posts: 18
    edited 24.11.2017
    Kalamara,  a sweet dish made of rice, curd and milk decorated with coconut and dry fruits.

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  • mutterkjær (SKN1)mutterkjær (SKN1) SKN1 Posts: 344
    Here the traditionel danish christmasdinner 

    Billedresultat for traditionel dansk julemiddag
  • 4 Hearts (US1)4 Hearts (US1) US1 Posts: 51
    My family does not care for turkey.  We either do ham, Cornish hens as our tradition. This year we will be going with ham and sweet potatoes.

    Happy Thanksgiving everyone
  • istasakhi (INT1)istasakhi (INT1) INT1 Posts: 15
  • Didi (NL1)Didi (NL1) NL1 Posts: 29
  • qqq2 (NL1)qqq2 (NL1) NL1 Posts: 17
    This is what half of the Dutch people do at Christmas: "gourmetten". Cook your own meal in tiny little pan's on the table. Can be meat, fish, veggie, eggs, pancakes, anything you like. Sidedishes usually consist of French fries, salad and condiments.
    qqq2 @ nl 1
  • Shay1968 (US1)Shay1968 (US1) Posts: 1,324
    My grandparents were both from Lithuania. As a Christmas tradition, we always included a side of smoked sausage with sauerkraut and potatoes. Even though my grandparents have passed on, we still continue this tradition.  However now with the extended families, everyone brings a dish pertaining to their ethnic background so we have a large variety of ethnic foods. 

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  • Sa11y (US1)Sa11y (US1) US1 Posts: 109
    Stuffed squash! Roast the squash and along side it you roast some of your favorite veggies. Then you scoop out some of the squash and put all the roasted yumminess mixed and back in the squash-cover it with your favorite cheese and put it back in the oven until bubbly.  Such a gorgeous presentation for the table.
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       This is tasty delicious Indian Chat

    The origin of the word chaat probably comes in connection to the taste and sensation of chatpatta which can be best described as salty, sweet and tangy in most savoury snacks and foods. It might also be derived from the word chatna, meaning to lick, as the flavour hits the sides of the tongue while relishing the slightly soggy crispness of the papdi and other fried breads and pastries. 

  • jay53 (AU1)jay53 (AU1) AU1 Posts: 151
    In my family we have moved away from the 'traditional' Christmas dinner but there is one item we ALWAYS have to have and that is The Trifle!  And it is usually my job to make it  <3<3<3

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