The Bullis high schools students were asked in regard to their favorite holiday meals, and then breaking it down into proteins, starches, desserts, and vegetables. After doing that I could create one super meal that would fit the majority favorite foods for each category. Some of the results were surprising.
What wasn't surprising was that across the board, thanksgiving was the school favorite for holiday meals, followed by Christmas, the Fourth of July, then Easter. You would think Turkey would have to be the favorite for thanksgiving protein, considering it’s been a Thanksgiving tradition and staple since the holiday’s birth in 1863.
Somehow ham was the most popular in the protein category. Turkey followed close behind, then chicken and red meat. The other categories were far more varied because there are more options and it is more subjective, there isn't one staple for each category its all subjective and personal preference.
Sweet potatoes, mac and cheese, and pasta, as well as bread, were the biggest winners for starches. Green beans were the overall favorite for vegetables by far. When it comes to dessert, Bullis students had cake, then pie either cherry or apple as their favorite dessert, followed by ice cream. So the most popular mean of Bullis students would be ham with sweet potatoes, mac and cheese, pasta and bread with a nice slice of pie to end the meal.