These are some foods that are most commonly associated with Christmas, New Year, and Thanksgiving. If properly made, some of these are not so bad. They have developed a bad reputation because either they are difficult to make or people skimp on the ingredients because they are expensive.
#3. Mincemeat Pie – Why would anyone spend as much as it would take to make this strange concoction of dried fruits, nuts, meat, spices, and (not enough) sugar. The crust tastes good, though.
#2. Green Bean Casserole – The truth is, this world famous holiday casserole is not bad. The biggest problem is when you make it with everything coming from a can: canned green beans, canned of cream of mushroom soup, and canned fried onions.
#1. Fruitcake – I have had a good fruitcake before, and it’s decent. Unfortunately, most fruitcakes would be better described as a petrified cake. I have heard of one fruitcake lasting for 73 years before someone tried to consume it. On the day it was consumed, it looked like it had just been made.