How Normal Are Your Thanksgiving Dinner Options? | QuizDoo

How Normal Are Your Thanksgiving Dinner Options?

Some families have highly normal dinner options and others just don't. Do you know how normal your Thanksgiving dinner options are? Take these 10 questions and find out!

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Which main course meat do you prefer most for Thanksgiving dinner?

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Which side dish do you tend to offer more?
Green Bean Casserole

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What type of potatoes are best at Thanksgiving?
Sweet potatoes
Mashed potoates
Baby potatoes

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Where are you getting your carbs from?
Corn bread
Sweet rolls
Yeast rolls

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Cranberry sauce is best when it is…
From a can
Both ways

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Which pie do you tend to serve for dessert?

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What are you giving your guests to drink with dinner?

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Which appetizer are you serving up?
Baked brie
Cheese and crackers
Cocktail wieners

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Which non-traditional side dish do you love most?
Mac n' cheese
Potatoes au' gratin

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Do you do your dinner in courses or all at once?
In courses
All at once
It depends

100% Normal
Lucky for your guests your Thanksgiving dinner options are 100% normal! You’re highly traditional when it comes to setting your Thanksgiving table. From turkey to mashed potatoes, you offer all of the good stuff and nothing your guest could construe as being weird.

50% Normal
Based on the results of this quiz, your Thanksgiving good options are 50% normal! Unfortunately, half of your Thanksgiving table is a little wonky. Perhaps you were feeling a bit experimental this year and wanted to spice things up. Whatever the reason, your guests will certainly enjoy the fun change of pace.

10% Normal
Based on the results of this quiz, your Thanksgiving food options are 20% normal. Okay, so you're Thanksgiving table isn’t exactly what one would call normal. For you, Thanksgiving is all about preserving history. That’s why your dinner table is filled with all of the foods that would’ve been present at the first Thanksgiving dinner rather than the Thanksgiving entrees we know today.

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