Ask an Eagle: What is your favorite Thanksgiving side dish? - pressofAtlanticCity.com: Eagles/NFL

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Posted: Sunday, November 18, 2012 12:01 am | Updated: 12:48 am, Sun Nov 18, 2012.

Safety Colt Anderson: “Without a doubt, my mom’s homemade stuffing. I don’t know what’s in it, but I know she makes it all from scratch. There’s nothing out of a box. I’m excited because (Michele Anderson) is coming in on Tuesday to make it for me.”

Long snapper Jon Dorenbos: “Sweet potatoes, for sure. I have a sweet tooth and sweet potatoes are somewhat healthy. My in-laws also make a honey-baked ham just for me because I’m not much of a turkey guy.”

Tackle Dennis Kelly: “Probably green bean casserole. No one in my direct family makes it, but I had some the last couple years at Purdue and it was good. When I go home, my aunt (Colleen Russell) takes over the cooking duties and she makes great cranberry sauce.”

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