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Answered: What’s your must-have Thanksgiving dish?

Let’s take a peek at KC Metro dinner tables this Thanksgiving.

A full dinner spread of steak, burgers, rolls, and other dishes.

What’s cooking, KC?

Photo via Acre

What do Kansas Citians plan to gobble gobble? We asked our readers what’s one dish their family always eats on Thanksgiving and here’s what they cooked up.

“Chicken and noodles.” — Brian R.

“Deviled eggs.” — Mary P.

“Jalapeño cheddar cornbread stuffing.” — Monica S.

“My mom’s sweet potato casserole (no marshmallows) — the streusel topping makes it a dessert over a side dish! But food rules do not count on Thanksgiving!” — Kyleigh S.

“Pepto Bismol” — Charlie M.

“Pumpkin pie from @theuppercrust.” — Sandy C.

“The real star of the show is not turkey — It’s the gravy.” — Jacob C.

“Kailua candied yams.” — Linda H.

“Asparagus pea casserole!!” — Barbara B.

“Cranberry sauce in a can. Love it!” — Leslie H.

Wanna dish? Let us know your family’s Thanksgiving food tradition and you could be featured in a future newsletter.

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