My favorite part of Thanksgiving is actually the part where you eat, get full, pass out, and then wake up hungry again. For second dinner I just want a turkey sandwich, real simple, on a soft squishy roll with mayo, red onions, lettuce, maybe some mustard, and nothing else. Growing up in California, I was obsessed with this sweet bread made by a company called King's Hawaiian. When I came to new York, the sweet bread just disappeared from my life, and every now and then I'd wonder about it. But in the last three or four years, I started seeing King's Hawaiian in New York! I don't know if the company got purchased by a larger company or what, but I told my brother I would bring a bunch of sweet bread rolls to dinner this year because all I want to do is eat turkey sandwiches with King's Hawaiian bread. I guess to me that's what Thanksgiving is about. It's about bringing comfort, or reminding you of things that you miss.