Volleyball fact attack: What's your favorite Thanksgiving dish?
Throughout the 2006 season, the Texas Volleyball team will answer some questions posed by TexasSports.com, allowing fans some insight into the unique individuals that make up the eighth-ranked Longhorns. This week the players reveal their favorite dish to eat on the Thanksgiving holiday.
Alyson Jennings: My favorite Thanksgiving dish is this cornbread that I make. It's my favorite thing in the whole world.
Kiley Hall: My favorite Thanksgiving dish is my step-mom's stuffing. It's amazing, and I usually eat it every morning after Thanksgiving.
Lauren Paolini: My favorite dish is cornbread pudding. I had it for the first time this past Thanksgiving, and it was awesome.
Brandy Magee: My favorite Thanksgiving dishes are stuffing and my mom's deviled eggs. They are delicious.
RuthAnn Feist: I love sweet potatoes with marshmallows on top. They're so good when they're crispy and brown.
Heather Kisner: The homemade mashed potatoes and gravy that my mom makes are awesome.
Dariam Acevedo: We have our different dishes in Puerto Rico. We do turkey, but it's boiled in a big pot with a lot of seasonings. We also have yellow rice with pidgeon peas, which are like little round beans.
Jennifer Todd: My favorite Thanksgiving dish is my grandmother's sweet potato pie.
Destinee Hooker: My favorite has to be squash casserole. It contains crackers, cheese and squash, all mixed with chicken soup.
Jen Christian: My favorite dish is my dad's sweet potatoes because they are amazing. They have brown sugar, marshmallows and everything you could ever want to be a fat kid on Thanksgiving Day.
Head coach Jerritt Elliott: My favorites are the mashed potatoes and the stuffing. I like the texture when I mix the two together.