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Rebecca says ...
Chicken broth! It is so versatile and I seem to need it for EVERYthing.
11/08/2011 2:42:49 PM CST
Rachel N says ...
sweet potatoes. there just... oh *sigh*... a Thanksgiving without sweet potatoes is just a tragedy.
11/08/2011 3:11:07 PM CST
Rita MacKenzie says ...
I love Thanksgiving -- my favvorite Holiday. Am 80 yrs. old and will have dinner for my four children, spouses and seven grandchildren. I stock my pantry with almost everything on your list, but I really need 4 to 6 cans of Everyday Value whole berry cranberry sauce, a real time saver that tastes every bit as good as homemade cranberry sauce.
11/08/2011 3:16:25 PM CST
Suzanne says ...
It's got to be canned beans - they go in everything from salads to breads, they're a great source of fiber and non-meat protein, and SOOOOO versatile!
11/08/2011 3:19:38 PM CST
Juhli says ...
dark chocolate to start and then the rest of th items follow
11/08/2011 3:30:08 PM CST
Jennifer says ...
The stuffing, of course! Nothing like a Thanksgiving dinner with some good stuffing!
11/08/2011 3:39:52 PM CST
michael says ...
coconut custard pie and cranberries! (not together, ick!)
11/08/2011 5:30:47 PM CST
Morissa says ...
Definitely 365 flour and sugar! We bring a pie or a cake to everyone we visit around the holiday. Plus there are plenty of office and school parties where even more cookies and cakes are needed.
11/08/2011 5:33:31 PM CST
Sierra says ...
I cannot due without having nuts in the house, I put them in everything!!!
11/08/2011 6:19:18 PM CST
Debbi K says ...
Absolutely LOVE your 365 Everyday Value Organic Dark Chocolate Bars! Yummy!!
11/08/2011 6:41:22 PM CST
Vonda says ...
pumpkin pie of course!
11/08/2011 6:58:39 PM CST
Jacqueline Muscha says ...
I simply cannot do without Frontier Organic Cinnamon, Organic Cloves, Organic Nutmeg and Organic Ginger. Why? You just can't make a pumpkin pie without them!
11/08/2011 8:24:21 PM CST
Raya Rzeszut says ...
At Thanksgiving, it's all about the PUMPKIN!!
11/08/2011 10:15:46 PM CST
Ruth Rose says ...
Chicken broth, sage and home made cornbread to make Mom's famous dressing. There are never any leftovers.
11/08/2011 10:32:13 PM CST
Margaret says ...
Love all nuts -- almonds, walnuts, pine nuts, pecans -- they add something nice to everything on the Thanksgiving table.
11/08/2011 10:35:44 PM CST
Geri Rogers says ...
That was simple. The slivered almonds and chopped pecans jumped out at me. I love adding slivered almonds to stir fried fresh green beans or roasted brussel sprouts. The pecans top a sweet potato casserole kept simple with fresh sweet potato and a canned pear blend with only a touch of butter and brown sugar. Cuts out a multitude of fat and tastes even better, sweet and fresh. Love holiday baking so the nuts go into pecan tarts, almond crescents, butterballs and Santa's Whiskers. Love to bake. Happy to celebrate. Thankful for friends, our health and family. Happy Thanksgiving!
11/09/2011 6:30:33 AM CST
Christine says ...
Pumpkin, cinnamon, nutmeg, and nuts are a must have for Thanksgiving.
11/09/2011 7:18:20 AM CST
Becky says ...
Free range organic chicken broth for some awesome homemade turkey noodle soup made with leftovers!
11/09/2011 8:49:44 AM CST
PJ says ...
I definitely need a bottle of seasoning spice that I can use on just about everything.
11/09/2011 9:04:16 AM CST
Grace says ...
I love love love Thanksgiving! Whole Foods is our go to place for all our needs! At our house, all organic, can't do without the cinnamon,honey,turkey,Lithuanian homemade stuffing, eggnog, brown & wild rice pilaf, gravy, roasted sweet and mini red potatoes, several kinds of veggies and pies, coffee, tea, whipped cream and everything made from scratch.
11/09/2011 10:46:16 AM CST
Patti Fitzpatrick Waugh says ...
The staple that I can't do without is chicken stock--we use it in so many holiday dishes like my homemade stuffing.
11/09/2011 11:14:42 AM CST
TERICA says ...
CRANBERRY SAUCE/TURKEY!!! MY FAVORITE:)
11/09/2011 11:51:01 AM CST
Delsha L. says ...
Rice for making cheesy herbed rice dishes. I like adding a few untraditional items with the traditional.
11/09/2011 2:13:58 PM CST
Cherie Parry says ...
Absolutely must have nuts, cocoa powder, and oatmeal.
11/09/2011 2:21:03 PM CST
Mary says ...
Semi-sweet chocolate morsels, brown & white sugar, flour, eggs & butter.
11/09/2011 5:41:14 PM CST

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