As you sit down to your Thanksgiving feast today of turkey, sweet potatoes and cranberry sauce, these celebs will be indulging in some holiday foods that are anything but traditional. See what weird but delicious dishes are on the menu at the Thanksgiving dinners of Joanna Krupa, Austin Mahone, Lance Bass and more.
"Stuffed dumplings I love, with cheese or mushroom. It reminds me of my childhood, because I’m polish, and it’s very popular in the Polish culture." - RHOM's Joanna Krupa
"On Thanksgiving and Christmas, my aunt always makes sure she has these for me, only. There are thirty people at the table and theres always just a side plate, a huge mountain of mozzarella sticks, for me and me only. I won’t even share them with my cousins. I know it’s not a weird food to eat, but it’s definitely a weird thing to have. Like, the pilgrims didn’t have mozzarella sticks at Thanksgiving, I can promise you that." - Jerry Ferrera, Entourage
"Weird food? My mother makes this unbelievable stuffing with apples, homemade sausage, celery—the basic stuffing, but it’s one of my favorites. She cuts up all the sausage meat and seasons it the way she likes and we all like. I could eat the stuffing and forget about everything else." - RHONJ's Rosie Pierri
"Nothing weird, but I cook my ass off for Thanksgiving. I always host a big Thanksgiving where they all bring their favorite dish that they had growing up, and then I cook, and deep-fry a turkey. That’s my big thing. I always have to have the deep-fried turkey." - Lance Bass
"It’s kind of like bread pudding but better. You put it in the oven. You cut up the bread. You pour the milk on top. It comes out and is super warm and soft and fluffy."- Dinah Hansen from Fifth Harmony
"I have usual things like ham, turkey, mashed potatoes, green bean casserole and milk, and then I finish it off with ice cream." - Austin Mahone
"Is fried cheese considered weird?! LOL!" - Julissa Bermudez