All of us have something a little different for our Thanksgiving dinners. According to a new survey, 92% of us plan on serving TURKEY on Thanksgiving . . . 76% will serve pumpkin pie . . . and 10% will serve something unique to their culture . . . like pasta, tamales, or pierogies.

Pillsbury just released the results of a new survey on what people plan on serving this Thanksgiving.  Here are the not-very-surprising results . . .

92% will serve turkey.

76% will serve pumpkin pie.  And about two-thirds of those will be store bought.

75% will have either rolls or other bread.

70% will serve green beans . . . but mostly in a casserole.

63% will serve corn.

56% will serve apple pie.

43% will serve pecan pie.

And 10% will serve something unique to their culture, like pasta, tamales, or pierogies.  I don't know if anybody will do this one, though:

This Saturday, the Zucker Bakery in Manhattan, New York is introducing a THANKSGIVING DONUT.  It LOOKS like an innocent jelly donut.  But it's actually a pumpkin-flavored donut stuffed with turkey, cranberry sauce, and GRAVY.

There's also one that's a sweet potato donut with toasted marshmallow filling.  Which sounds MUCH less vile.  Well now that I think about it, they both sound disgusting.  But I'd still like to try one, I guess.

What about you?  What's your favorite Thanksgiving food?  Have you tried something a little different to shake it up this Turkey Day, or do you like to stick to the classics?  Tell me all about it in our Enquiring Minds survey and I'll talk about your answers on the air!

Foodily yours,