Best Thanksgiving side dish: Potatoes or stuffing? | The Tylt
You can't have a rom-com without a best-friend comic relief and you can't have a good Thanksgiving meal without a good side dish. On the one hand, we have potatoes—probably mashed, but potentially baked or fried. Potatoes never fail to deliver. Versatile, hearty and easy to prepare. But why settle for potatoes when you can have stuffing! Textured, diverse and filling. This isn't just a side dish, it's a Thanksgiving delicacy that completes the whole meal. Which side dish is best? Vote below! 🦃
Best Thanksgiving side dish: Potatoes or stuffing?
What's your favorite part of Thanksgiving dinner? Everyone has an opinion, and now we want to settle age-old Turkey Day debates! We pitted Tylters' favorite dishes against each other to determine, once and for all, the perfect Thanksgiving meal! 🦃
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What's great about stuffing is how versatile it can be. Maybe you like olives in your stuffing? Great! Do you have a thing for onions? Go crazy!
High in starch and cooked with love, potatoes are the ultimate comfort food. Stuffing is elitist and doesn't understand you like potatoes. Grab a bowl and spoon it in. That's right, potatoes understands you. You can tell potatoes anything.
For the Mystery Science Theater 3000 fans out there. Proof this debate goes back a long way.