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melissa says ...
turkey stock - always seems to be in short supply but a must have along with other various spices.
11/06/2011 5:51:22 PM CST
Michelle says ...
Pumpkin! Everything's better with pumpkin ...
11/06/2011 5:54:14 PM CST
Lisa says ...
Cinnamon and nutmeg - both a must!
11/06/2011 6:12:10 PM CST
candice Jernigan says ...
It's not the holiday season with out the smell of pumpkin spice floating thru the air!
11/06/2011 6:13:43 PM CST
Jerry Jernigan Jr. says ...
I love the plain old canned cranberry sauce that has the consistancy of jello. It's not the holiday season with out it!
11/06/2011 6:17:29 PM CST
Sandy says ...
Fresh herbs - sage, thyme and rosemary.
11/06/2011 6:25:15 PM CST
Debby Mountjoy says ...
Organic dark chocolate bar - just by itself is something to be thankful for, but using it in a Chocolate Pecan Pie - that's what I'm talking about - say grace now!
11/06/2011 6:30:46 PM CST
Shannon says ...
Sage! Fresh and dried. It's an absolute must for my stuffing and I use it I'm several other side dishes for Thanksgiving, as well as fresh sage in breads. Happy Thanksgiving to all!
11/06/2011 6:33:48 PM CST
Katy Weeden says ...
Dates, walnuts and raw cacao. I like to whip up a batch of raw brownies--so yummy, helps me to say "no" to all those naughty Holiday indulgences I should avoid.
11/06/2011 6:33:53 PM CST
Anita Costello says ...
Have to have the cinnamon AND the steel cut oats!
11/06/2011 6:51:42 PM CST
Scott says ...
Fresh organic cranberries, fresh organic raspberries, and fresh organic tangerines for great natural REAL tart cranberry sauce!
11/06/2011 7:05:31 PM CST
Chris says ...
Sweet potatoes! I'm from the South - no further explanation needed!
11/06/2011 7:06:30 PM CST
Pamela says ...
Sage and vanilla. Sage for the turkey and vanilla for all the yummy goodies! Definitely must haves!
11/06/2011 7:11:16 PM CST
Monkeyface says ...
Cinnamon and other spices
11/06/2011 7:21:21 PM CST
Elaine says ...
Pumpkin...wouldn't be Thanksgiving without a pumpkin pie or two.
11/06/2011 7:26:53 PM CST
a Jenkins says ...
I definitely have to have organic chicken broth, that is the number one thing that I use in at least four of the recipes that I cook every Thanksgiving.
11/06/2011 7:27:10 PM CST
Dino says ...
Can't do without Olive Oil, flour, chicken/vegetable stock, sugar, assorted nuts like almonds and walnuts, and pasta...mmmm pasta.
11/06/2011 7:41:30 PM CST
Anne says ...
chicken broth - because it makes everything taste savory without a lot of extra fat or calories!
11/06/2011 8:08:03 PM CST
Kara says ...
Trying to pick my favorite part of our Thanksgiving meal is like trying to pick a favorite child.... Thanksgiving to me is the smell of turkey baking in the oven, gravy simmering on the stove, and my mothers pumpkin and my aunts apple pie cooling on the table. None of those things would be possible with out the pantry staples of chicken broth, sage, and the comforting warm spices of cinnamon, nutmeg, allspice, cloves, and ginger.... Cant wait! Thanks WF for carrying healthy and natural foods!!
11/06/2011 8:10:25 PM CST
Greg Maifeld says ...
Sign me up for the winning thanksgiving sweepstakes. Also I have made a strong statement for the 8 loavesof French bread that were soiled with water form Omaha in July. they were not hot on the shelf, but swamped with water upon openning them. Need to send to me 8 french breads UPS asap, I have been supporting you for 20 years.
11/06/2011 9:02:47 PM CST
Mark Joseph says ...
Canned pumpkin for pumpkin pie!
11/06/2011 9:05:56 PM CST
elliott upton says ...
Maple syrup for sweet potatoes and as part of glaze for turkey
11/06/2011 9:21:17 PM CST
C. Lacks says ...
organic squash baked with brown sugar and butter
11/06/2011 9:26:02 PM CST
Susan Andrus says ...
Used garlic parmesan bread from whole foods bakery for my stuffing---rave reviews. No lingering leftovers with this.
11/06/2011 9:36:27 PM CST
D.Hienz says ...
large Can of Yams for sweet potato pone--a family must have.
11/06/2011 10:34:24 PM CST

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