Ok, so the title is a bit vicious but is intentionally playful. For Thanksgivin' most of my friends and family hate turkey so this year I decided to make MORE of everything else. Usually I do a turkey with an herb butter rubbed under the skin, a honey glazed ham (home made obviously), and a massive prime rib. But this year I decided to not make a Turkey, since only 4 of my 30 guests ever touch it (not because it was bad, mind you, they won't eat turkey anywhere), and made a whole bunch of Szechuan Sweet Ribs instead and this year all food was consumed, no meat left behind (but lots of scraps for making amazing stocks, which I am getting pots ready to do for tomorrow). Just out of curiosity, are there other people who have friends and family who ban Turkey from the clan gathering? If so, or just in thought, what other mains do you make at "The Giving of Thanks" dinner that would be used in place or alongside a Turkey that is more in spirit with the season.