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Cassandra says ...
Flour,sugar,vanilla, cinnamon
11/05/2011 5:08:01 PM CDT
Marcia A. says ...
I cannot do without CINNAMON. It's a must for sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie and all sorts of baked goods. I even love it sprinkled on my coffee =)
11/05/2011 8:48:31 PM CDT
Beth says ...
Stock in a box, olive oil, onions, potatos, garlic and lemons
11/05/2011 9:22:52 PM CDT
Donna Canetti says ...
Pumpkin is my favorite Thanksgiving pantry staple. I love it in pies, cakes and breads, pancakes, cookies, polenta and most of all pumpkin ravioli.
11/05/2011 8:54:40 PM CDT
Michael Mccrary says ...
Organic cranberry sauce makes the holidays!
11/07/2011 10:10:27 AM CST
Jackie Allen says ...
Absolute must have..POTATOES! Wouldn't be complete without delicious mashed potatoes
11/07/2011 10:12:08 AM CST
Bev says ...
Organic potatoes, no boxed stuff for us. My husband makes the best mashed potatoes ever!
11/07/2011 10:14:45 AM CST
robbie says ...
Love the smell of cinnamon, nutmeg and cloves! But I also love making freshly baked bread, and just learned to make whole wheat bread. (So, baking supplies of any kind!)
11/06/2011 8:46:10 AM CST
Amy says ...
The holidays are all about cinnamon. I couldn't do much without cinnamon! Not only is it good for you, but it makes your house smell great! What a wonderful opportunity you are giving all of us! Thank You! :)
11/06/2011 7:25:36 AM CST
Wanda says ...
I'm a cinnamon fan as well! It's a must for pumpkin pie, pumpkin bread, and lots of other goodies. I guess I would have to say that pumpkin is one of the essentials as well, especially either from our garden or the farmer's market.
11/06/2011 8:04:10 AM CST
Cathy says ...
I can't live without Old Bay Seasoning. My sister introduced me to it in the 1970's when she moved to Maryland. I use in in stuffings, to season meats, making before dinner pickings. I find it more versatile than the traditional stuffing seasonings! Recently a friend of my husband gave him conch. Not knowing what to do with this sea food we steamed them in white wine steamming solution and then I ground them up with my hand grinder and made "conch" stuffies. I baked them in custard cups ( of course they did contain Old Bay Seasoning) and they came out great! I serves them with rice and a steammed vegetable. What an inexpensive treat. I guess fishermen cast off conch they a predators of scallops, but a good food source for a tight budget. Also recently I have found a gadget called a julienne peeler. A little pricy, but now many veggies I used to steam I now saute with olive oil and perhaps save more of the nutrients. A new taste at any rate.
11/06/2011 10:29:31 AM CST
Iris says ...
I must have chicken stock, peacans, maple syrup, and sweet potatoes!!!!!!
11/06/2011 12:44:00 PM CST
Catherine says ...
Canned pumpkin - I use it in so many ways for the holidays, from pie to a lovely pumpkin-corn bisque.
11/06/2011 12:45:16 PM CST
Cher says ...
Garlic! Garlic! Garlic!
11/06/2011 12:46:16 PM CST
Steve Mosley says ...
We love the 365 organic vegan stuffing!
11/06/2011 1:27:39 PM CST
Anne Morrow says ...
Everyone's favorite part of our meal is the dressing, so one of the pantry staples for that is cornmeal to make the cornbread. Thanksgiving wouldn't be Thanksgiving without our cornbread dressing!
11/06/2011 1:29:01 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
Marianne says ...
so many to choose from, but stock in a box is a lifesaver when you are trying to cut down on prep time!
11/06/2011 11:32:58 PM CST
Stine says ...
canned pumpkin! that's where everything starts!
11/06/2011 11:34:21 PM CST
Eileen says ...
We love Imagine chicken broth at Thanksgiving and all year. Low sodium and no sugar. We use it for many recipes.
11/08/2011 7:25:19 AM CST
Shari Brookens says ...
Many choices that don't include animal meat are available. Organic seasoning makes them delicious.
11/07/2011 11:19:54 AM CST
Carole Ziegler says ...
Pumpkin, cinnamon, ginger, and nutmeg. Yummy, yummy, yummy for your tummy not only for the holiday but any day!
11/07/2011 7:44:52 PM CST
Kellie Halder Hansen says ...
potatoes - can never have enough sweet and mashed on thanksgiving!
11/07/2011 8:05:44 PM CST
michael says ...
coconut custard pie and cranberries! (not together, ick!)
11/08/2011 5:30:47 PM CST

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