What Thanksgiving Dish Is Colorado Serving Other than Turkey?
Because who said turkey was enough to fill us up?
Even though Thanksgiving is a little late this year, falling on November 28, we're just a few weeks away. All of the Turkey Day supplies are making their way onto the shelves at the store and aside from the fresh stuff, I've already started loading up. You'll never believe nutmeg and all spice are popular until it's the week of Thanksgiving and you can't find them anywhere. And foil pans? Forget it!
There are certain dishes that are staples around that table of gratitude and not surprisingly, our traditional dishes in Colorado may be different from other states. In fact, we have more than one protein on our table according to Delish's list of Popular Thanksgiving Foods in Every State. We're looking for more than just a bird.
Delish says that Colorado is known for serving glazed ham on Thanksgiving. I mean, who doesn't love a sweet and savory slice of ham? Some may serve this instead of a turkey, but heck, why not serve both! So you may have a bunch of leftovers... ain't nobody complaining about that.