Food, glorious food! Every family has their Thanksgiving favorites, those dishes they can’t live without. Glenn and his co-hosts are no different. Check out their favorite side dishes, pies and the one thing they can’t live without on Thanksgiving Day. You’ll even get their Thanksgiving football predictions. Make it all the way to the bottom for the recipe to Glenn’s favorite side dish — his wife Tania’s stuffing.

Enjoy and Happy Thanksgiving!

Favorite Side Dish: Tania’s stuffing…so yummy (recipe below!)

Favorite Pie: Rhubarb

Can’t Live Without: Leftover Thanksgiving waffles

Football Predictions: Adele for the win



Favorite Side Dish: Mashed potatoes

Favorite Pie: Chocolate cream

Can’t Live Without: My wife’s homemade rolls

Football Predictions: BYU: 83, Utah State: 0; Dallas Cowboys win (and trade Romo soon)



Favorite Side Dish: I must have mashed potatoes, stuffing and those sweet Hawaiian rolls.

Favorite Pie: Pumpkin is a must, of course, but apple crumb is the underrated star.

Can’t Live Without: Since I’m a vegetarian loser, homemade Mac ‘N Cheese is a big Thanksgiving staple. Also, allow me to preach the virtues of the turkey-esque Worthington Protein Loaf (you stopped reading, didn’t you?)

Football Predictions: The best Thanksgiving present of all is to watch the Cowboys lose. So hopefully that happens.



Favorite Side Dish: Gravy

Favorite Pie: Lemon Meringue

Can’t Live Without: Mashed Potatoes

Football Predictions: Cowboys!



2 15-oz pkgs Arnold Seasoned Stuffing (green pkg)
6-8 cups apple juice (Tania uses 8 cups)
3 sticks butter, divided
2 lbs sweet Italian sausage (sautéed)
3 cups coarsely chopped celery
2 cups finely chopped onion
2 6-oz pkgs dried, sweetened cranberries

• Brown and crumble the sausage, set aside.
• Sauté the celery and onion in butter, set aside.
• Make stuffing with apple juice (instead of water) and butter.
• Add sausage, celery, onion and cranberries.
• Bake covered at 350 degrees for 30 minutes.
• Uncover for 10-15 minutes before ready.