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Published: Tuesday, November 8, 2011, 12:01 a.m.

Vote your favorite Thanksgiving dish to the championship

Sports fans may own the bracket, but we think the marathon eating holiday, Thanksgiving, brings out the beast in all of us. Will mashed potatoes stamp out stuffing? Will turkey triumph in the end? Hop on the gravy train and vote for your favorite T-day foods. How it works: HeraldNet polls decide which dishes advance in each round and which get fed to the dog. The voting schedule: • Round 1, Nov. 8-10; • Round 2, Nov. 11-14; • Round 3 (Sweet 16), Nov. 15-16; • Round 4 (Edible 8), Nov. 17-18; • Final Four, Nov. 19-21; • Championship, Nov. 22-23. See the whole tournament bracket here, or, for your office pool, here's a handy printable bracket.
Click here to start voting or skip to your favorite part of the meal below.
MAIN DISHES REGION
FRUITS & VEGGIES REGION

STARCHES REGION

DESSERTS REGION
Cast your votes and follow the results here at www.heraldnet.com/foodfight and on our food blog, The Dish. Illustrations by Bob Kelton / The Herald
Story tags » CookingThanksgiving

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