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Rhonda Young says ...
Canned pumpkin. I love to make pumpkin pancakes, pumpkin muffins, pumpkin scones and of course, pumpkin pie.
11/04/2011 12:40:17 AM CDT
cheri says ...
being from Maine, organic Maine potatoes, yum
11/04/2011 4:28:47 AM CDT
Barbara Burns says ...
Pumpkin, nuts, cranberries, focaccia stuffing mix, and baking supplies--flour, sugar, cinnamon, and nutmeg
11/04/2011 4:52:05 AM CDT
Doretha says ...
I could not do without sage. Sage is the epitome of Thanksgiving. Sage dressing, sage gravy and you have to stuff the turkey with sage, and magically it all comes out tasting not overly sage!
11/04/2011 11:46:25 PM CDT
Charles Colliton says ...
We love turkey, stuffing and all the holiday fixings.
11/04/2011 7:04:16 AM CDT
Janet Roberts says ...
Gluten free flour to make my desserts...especially Ginger Cookies with raw Ginger and anise...
11/04/2011 7:07:13 AM CDT
laura a smith says ...
love thanksgiving and must have fresh sage for my stuffing
11/04/2011 7:10:50 AM CDT
Kerry says ...
Fresh dried sage from my garden...it is so important for homemade stuffing. Yum!
11/04/2011 11:35:59 PM CDT
Kelly says ...
sea salt and pepper: they go in just about everything.
11/04/2011 11:41:19 PM CDT
Heather Hughes says ...
Jellied Cranberry Sauce!!!!! It's my one indulgence for the holidays. No Thanksgiving meal is complete without it!
11/04/2011 11:44:20 PM CDT
Denise Covarrubias says ...
I cannot do without firm, organic TOFU! I use it to make heavenly VEGAN pumpkin pies and chocolate cream pies!
11/04/2011 7:13:33 PM CDT
steve wilbur says ...
Bob's Red Mill Gluten Free flour baking mix Italian seasoning
11/04/2011 7:17:53 PM CDT
Laurie says ...
We can't do without Organic Whole Berry Cranberry Sauce at the holidays. It adds that perfect cranberry tartness to complement meats and vegetarian dishes for an authentic Thanksgiving feast. Gotta have Cranberry sauce!
11/04/2011 12:47:29 PM CDT
Lisa says ...
I always need Sage, Cranberries, Pumpkin and Walnuts for my Thanksgiving dinner but the most important ingredient of all is Family!
11/04/2011 4:34:01 PM CDT
amber wark says ...
How about those big fat marshmallows that we eat only once a year on our sweet potatoes ? (okay, maybe twice when we have smores in the summer :) ).
11/04/2011 4:48:12 PM CDT
Dianne says ...
Chicken broth -- it's essential for so many dishes, including gravy, stuffing, vegetables, rice and more. It's definitely a pantry staple.
11/05/2011 9:50:41 AM CDT
Taliah says ...
SAGE!!! Outside of being with friends and family, cooking and eating dressing is the best part of Thanksgiving dinner. For the best dressing sage is a must!!
11/05/2011 10:26:20 PM CDT
Barb says ...
pumpkins to bake and make into pumpkin pies! Fresh, rather than canned makes a remarkable pie! Barb
11/05/2011 9:14:18 AM CDT
Deb Nudelman says ...
Sweet potatoes, lots of butter, cinnamon, brown sugar and mini marshmallows! Only make the famous classic dish at thanksgiving but it would not be the same without it. Everyone does rock, paper, scissors to see who gets to sprinkle the mini marshmallows on top. Yummy!!!
11/04/2011 11:17:49 PM CDT
V Green says ...
The holidays have been particularly difficult for me and my family this past year as I discovered that I need a gluten-free, soy-free and corn-free diet (blue corn is ok for some reason). Luckily, with Whole Foods, we have been able to find so many delicious foods I can eat with my family! We love the fresh cranberry jelly you make-- I can't live without your 365 brand olive oil for all my cooking--year round. I do miss the pies, gravy and rolls,but we are experimenting with the different flours available so we can all enjoy our holiday feasting!
11/05/2011 3:33:18 PM CDT
Ruthie says ...
Organically grown herbs and spices, especially rosemary and nutmeg. Poultry & rosemary, hot cocoa with grated nutmeg = heavenly aromas filling the kitchen in fall and winter!
11/05/2011 12:40:57 AM CDT
ClaireL says ...
Garlic added to the water when boiling the potatoes and Sour cream added when they are mashed...delicious and creamy!
11/05/2011 9:35:16 AM CDT
Jan says ...
garlic
11/05/2011 9:36:37 AM CDT
Judy says ...
An organic TURKEY of course!! :) Couldn't do without the wonderful aroma of a fresly baked pumpkin pie either.
11/05/2011 9:50:43 AM CDT
Susan says ...
In no particular order: cinnamon, extra virgin olive oil, flour, onions, garlic, chicken/vegetable stock, dry beans/lentils, canned tomatoes, apple cider vinegar, dijon mustard, quinoa, and (of course) dark chocolate!
11/05/2011 11:51:12 PM CDT

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