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Which holiday has the best food?

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Which holiday has the best food?
Which holiday has the best food?
Categories: Health & Nutrition
Created: November 19, 2017
Totals: 20 votes, 11 comments
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Christmas
27%
6 votes
Thanksgiving
59%
13 votes
Easter
9%
2 votes
Halloween
0%
0 votes
Labor day
5%
1 votes
0%
0 votes

Comments

Voted: Christmas
9 months ago
Thanksgiving has great food, but I find Christmas gets a boost from the more festive atmosphere. I spend it with family I don't see the rest of the year and we all bring food (a lot of desserts!)
Voted: Christmas
9 months ago
I agree with Christmas. It seems the festivities last much longer than other holidays. Easter, Thanksgiving are one meal and done. With Christmas at least in my family there are several good meals.
9 months ago
Thanksgiving or Christmas but I don't celebrate either and I am usually working on both of those days.
reply to: Thanksgiving or Christmas but I don't celebrate either and I am usually working on both of those days.
Voted: Thanksgiving
9 months ago
Triple-time pay? I used to get that when I worked holidays. It was awesome.
Voted: Thanksgiving
9 months ago
Come on guys. Thanksgiving was made for food!
Voted: Easter
8 months ago
Easter, for the chocolate bunnies and the Peeps.
Voted: Christmas
7 months ago
With Christmas, my wife makes all the candy and fudge that she only does once a year. I can stretch those Christmas treats into January.
Voted: Thanksgiving
4 months ago
Voted: Christmas
4 months ago
It's the one holiday season I end up cooking the most for!
Voted: Thanksgiving
3 months ago
Not much difference in Thanksgiving, Christmas, and Easter dinner within my families.
4/20.. since you're in the mood for just about anything
Voted: Labor day
3 months ago
Labor Day because nothing taste better than a "Shishka Baby"
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