We're just a few short weeks away from Thanksgiving, it's almost here. Soon we'll be sitting down and feasting on turkey and all the trimmings. Whatever your plans are this year and whoever you'll be spending it with, I hope you have a happy Thanksgiving. Hopefully, you'll get some time off to enjoy the holiday.

I love Thanksgiving, it's one of my all-time favorite holidays. I like everything about it, especially the turkey.

What's the most popular Thanksgiving dish in Oklahoma? Take the quick poll below

Debbie Colombo
Debbie Colombo

I'll eat it just about any way it's cooked, baked, smoked, BBQ, or fried. I like them all, fried is probably my favorite but it's all good. If you've never tried it, you're missing out. Fried turkey is the most delicious, and juiciest turkey hands down. It's not too late, click here to become a turkey frying master this Thanksgiving.


I rarely get to fry or cook a full turkey unless it's Thanksgiving or Christmas so I'm super stoked and more than ready for this year's meal. The rest of the year it's turkey breast or sliced turkey for sandwiches.

One of the best parts about Thanksgiving is all the leftovers & sandwiches

Delicious open faced turkey sandwich with dressing and cranberries

I'll also eat a few of the sliced turkey in gravy meals you can get in the TV dinner or frozen food section at the grocery store. But nothing beats the real deal. Plus the leftovers for soup and sandwiches.

We all have our favorites when it comes to Thanksgiving. I have to say turkey is at the top of my list followed by stuffing, mashed potatoes, gravy rolls, cranberry sauce, and finally pecan pie. So what's your favorite? Take the quick poll below and let's see what the most popular Thanksgiving dish is in Oklahoma.

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