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Students talk about favorite Thanksgiving food

Students and teachers from Oakland Elementary School talked about their favorite Thanksgiving food and memories. (Special Photo)

Students and teachers from Oakland Elementary School talked about their favorite Thanksgiving food and memories. (Special Photo)

The Clayton News Daily wanted to know what kids’ favorite Thanksgiving food is or how they would cook a turkey. Here are their answers:

• What is your favorite Thanksgiving Day memory?

It is a special day. It is a day to eat with your family. And your cousins.

— Romero, kindergarten

What is your favorite Thanksgiving food?

I eat “turkey chicken,” cereal, apple juice and birthday cake.

— James, first grade

• What is your favorite Thanksgiving food?

My family eats turkey, rice and beans. I drink Sprite with it.

— Yvette, second grade

What do you think is the best way to cook a turkey?

You need a pan. Put the turkey in the oven. Cook it for two minutes. When it’s done, you eat it. You put mustard on it.

— Collin, third grade

• What is your favorite Thanksgiving food?

I like cranberry sauce. My cousins’ parents make it.

Chloe, fourth grade

What do you think is the best way to cook a turkey?

1. Put stuffing in it.

2. Add seasoning (you know, salt and pepper).

3. Wrap it.

4. Put it in the pan.

5. Cook it at 500 degrees.

6. Needs to cook for two hours or more; check on it every 30 minutes.

— Mahalia, fifth grade

• What is your favorite Thanksgiving Day memory?

I am going to say that this year will be my favorite memory because it will be my first Thanksgiving with my husband. We got married on Nov. 2!

— Kaci Mims, first-grade teacher

What is your favorite Thanksgiving tradition?

Every year I bring broccoli casserole for our family Thanksgiving dinner.

— Alissa Wells, Clinic Aide