Survey Reveals America’s Least Favorite Thanksgiving Dish
Come on, nobody wanted to throw a vote at yams?
Each year, there are traditional dishes that are served on that Thanksgiving table. Classics like turkey, stuffing, green bean casserole, pumpkin pie and more. At my family get-together there are other family recipes like jalapeno corn, prairie salad and this year I'm hoping to bring back the hummingbird cake.
Of course, there are always dishes that aren't your favorite. They are the ones that when they get passed to you at the table, you keep on passing them. And thanks to the Internet, we now know what that dish is across the nation and I am shooketh.
Yes, the Harris Poll has found that according to 46 percent of the nation, cranberry sauce can go play in traffic. I'm stunned because I don't think you can have Thanksgiving without cranberry sauce. It's the perfect sweet and tangy relief from all of the salt and carbs. Call it a palate-cleanser, if you will.
In my world, is it even Thanksgiving if you're not being served this goodness right out of the can?
Don't know that jellied cranberry sauce unless you want to catch these hands!
Here's how the rest of the survey shook out:
Cranberry sauce - 46 percent dislike
Green bean casserole - 24 percent dislike
Pumpkin pie - 21 percent dislike