Definitely. In Oklahoma, we had turkey like usual but everything else was different – collard greens, black eyed peas, fried okra, and cornbread. Where in California, we usually have turkey, ham, mashed potatoes, green beans, sweet potatoes, and anything else we see fitting.
The main difference is the side dishes. Most American families have turkey. However, the sides can vary a lot depending on family tastes and recipes. Overall, I’d say the differences are not mind-blowing, but they are there.
Definitely. Different regions and cultures and families have their own traditions. Italian families may have a pasta dish or even a lasagna; southern families have baked mac and cheese and corn bread. The meats will vary as well: ham, sausage, fish. I agree, as cfraissi, that the sides are the main difference, but I think they can vary rather widely (although I don’t know how to necessarily define “mind-blowing” differences).
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