Cleveland Indians players, coaches describe their favorite Thanksgiving treats
Like the rest of us, Cleveland Indians players enjoy traditional — and maybe some no-so traditional — Thanksgiving treats. We asked some of our guys about their holiday favorites, and here’s what they had to say:
Roberto Perez: Turkey, rice and beans – we have different traditions in Puerto Rico
Cody Anderson: Stuffing
Jeff Manship: Stuffing
Carlos Carrasco: Turkey
Austin Adams: Smoked turkey – cook it on a smoker and over coals for 12 hours
We also got these responses when we asked the question a few years back:
Terry Francona: Stuffing! The real stuffing. Not that (crap) in a box.
Bryan Shaw: My favorite Thanksgiving dish is deep-fried turkey because frying the turkey is fun — I do it myself while other stuff is cooking inside.
Corey Kluber: Favorite dish is my mom’s turkey soup because it was something special we only had on Thanksgiving.
Yan Gomes: Sweet potatoes.
Josh Tomlin: Turkey and dressing that my grandmother makes and broccoli and cheese casserole.
Trevor Bauer: Favorite dish is between cranberry sauce on biscuits and twice baked potatoes. Favorite dessert is my sister’s cherry pie.
Mike Sarbaugh: Pecan Pie. I always look forward to warming up a piece of pecan pie with vanilla ice cream on top.