The Tower Pulse

The Tower Pulse

The Tower Pulse


Which of these would be the hardest to live without

View Results

Loading ... Loading ...

Down to feast

My top three Thanksgiving foods
Sofie Dejaeghere ’25

Mashed Potatoes

When you think of Thanksgiving, you can’t help but think of mashed potatoes. Mashed potatoes are my number one dish to eat not only at Thanksgiving, but all the time. They’re a classic staple that you can always enjoy. To me, they are only good homemade and you only really get them that way on the holidays. The dish is silky, rich and creamy; it’s infused with rich butter and milk, and it can’t get much better than that.

Mac and Cheese

Mac & cheese has been a Thanksgiving staple for decades. It’s the dish at Thanksgiving that is always on everyone’s plate. I would consider myself the type of person who normally likes to eat more sides than main dishes, and homemade Mac and cheese is an easy, tasty recipe that can be whipped up in a timely manner. This dish is full of rich and full ingredients that always taste good whether it’s from a box or homemade. It’s a classic that everybody likes especially when it’s homemade, and the only day you really get to eat homemade mac and cheese is on Thanksgiving.

Green Beans

There always has to be a healthy option and one of my favorite vegetables is green beans. Green beans are one of those vegetables that most people like. They are often the vegetable that everyone forgets about until you see them on your plate on Thanksgiving day. Sometimes it’s hard to find a popular vegetable that everybody enjoys eating, but green bean beans always taste good especially with some seasoning, like butter and garlic, for better flavor.

Leave a Comment
More to Discover

Comments (0)

All The Tower Pulse Picks Reader Picks Sort: Newest

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *