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What do you like to eat with turducken?

My sisters hosting THanksgiving and she is making turducken. What sides can I bring that go well?

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  1. This thread
    http://chowhound.chow.com/topics/364149

    has a lot of classic suggestions. What does your sister need? Starches or veggies or...?

    1. Sweecarrocorn: A baked sweet potato stuffed with a carrot with corn kernels wedged into a slot cut into the carrot.

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      1. re: ricepad

        lol! I need to come up with something that I can really make! (sweecarrocorn was a joke right? If not, I definitely need the recipe!)

        1. re: ricepad

          Exactly! Except I was thinking more along the lines of a carrot ball inside a Brussels sprout inside a sweet potato inside a white potato enrobed in a cranberry crust.

            1. re: ricepad

              Why not? Maybe with a little truffle/mushroom dust on top. Meet ya in the kitchen, and don't forget a melon baller for the carrots. We're gonna make them avant garde molecular guys wanna come to OUR party! '-)

                1. re: ricepad

                  Yes! Sage foam over chestnut stuffing ice cream! And egg nog truffles for dessert. We win! PARTY TIME...!!!

                  1. re: Caroline1

                    From another thread, we also need to make pea puree formed into small spheres....

                    1. re: sandylc

                      LOL! Sort of a take-em-apart-and-put-em-back-together project! Ingenious.

          1. re: ipsedixit

            lol- you stole my humor, iw as gonna post pepcid

            or a pumpple cake

            http://greenaislegrocery.com/2010/11/...

            1. We have turdurken at our annual neighborhood Festivus party and the "traditional" (circa 2005) accompaniments are latkes and mac & cheese.

              I like the idea of sides that play on the stuffed theme. Stuffing itself, twice baked potatoes, deviled eggs, brie in a phyllo crust, etc. Or, just go with your favorite sides for a normal thanksgiving.

                1. re: sandylc

                  Hah, that is great!

                  This giant stuffed squash from today's Post looks good to me and contains no meat nor potatoes masquerading as frosting:

                  http://www.washingtonpost.com/lifesty...

                  1. re: tcamp

                    Yours looks a lot more edible than mine!