Thanksgiving dinner is often called the meal of the year in America. It is usually the largest meal a family eats all year, and the menu rarely changes from year to year. In fact, the Thanksgiving menu is the same in the vast majority of American households. It involves a roasted turkey, mashed potatoes, stuffing, cranberries and a bread or dessert that is made with pumpkins. Most people start getting excited about Thanksgiving dinner as soon as the weather starts to change. Some people, however, see traditional Thanksgiving meals as the most overrated menu in history.
Thanksgiving dinners normally have enough food and a large enough variety of dishes that people can find a few things they enjoy at the table. Those that dislike stuffing, for instance, can still enjoy the turkey and the green bean casserole. People who do not care for potatoes can use that as an excuse to eat an extra roll or two. There is, however, little hope at a traditional meal for someone who cannot stomach the centerpiece of the entire meal, the turkey. Thankfully, there are alternative menus that do not involve the classic roasted bird. Here are some Thanksgiving dinners for people who hate turkey.