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  1. 1. Turkey or Ham for Thanksgiving?



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I prefer ham on Christmas and Easter, but give me turkey on Thanksgiving.

Not necessarily a different meat, but both sides of my family are Italian; all four grandparents right off the boat. Both sets of grandparents and by extension, my parents, are very steeped in the tra

40 minutes ago, theguru said:

Turkey but I love them both and prefer to have both as a main course.

I like to eat turkey for the first meal and then when I inevitably go back for another plate, I get ham.

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Just now, TheDeuce said:

Allow me to revise. 

Sliced (deli) ham is trash. 

I will say I don't think deli ham is near as good as a honey baked ham but I still like it.  Now turkey from the deli is fab just like Thanksgiving turkey. 

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Only a psycho would make someone choose, but if I could only put one on the plate I'm taking ham. It's a little harder to mess up. I've been lucky to have had the chance to eat turkey in many places and sometimes it's just not great lol. Ham is more consistent. 

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1 hour ago, ChickenWyngz said:

Only a psycho would make someone choose, but if I could only put one on the plate I'm taking ham. It's a little harder to mess up. I've been lucky to have had the chance to eat turkey in many places and sometimes it's just not great lol. Ham is more consistent. 

This. Hard to screw up ham, and in my opinion, Ham is the better leftover. Personally, I'll be smoking a turkey and a ham for Thanksgiving this year.

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