Remember when Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken stirred the pot around town just days before Thanksgiving? Sioux Falls residents have never been so divided.
Mayor TenHaken shared his thoughts on a specific item that’s part of the classic Thanksgiving dinner. The mayor’s controversial stance is prompting Sioux Falls residents to voice their opinions on the matter. Let’s just say they weren’t too happy with Mayor TenHaken.
To be honest, this “controversial” topic has nothing to do with city politics. Sioux Falls Mayor Paul TenHaken was enjoying himself on his social media accounts one evening. The cheerful image from Mayor TenHaken’s Facebook post simply asked which Thanksgiving meal he was cutting. Based on nine foods that can be seen in the picture, Mayor TenHaken reveals to his city and his Facebook followers that he could live without… GRAVY!
Gravy?! I hate to say this Paul, but this is the first time I’ve doubted your leadership!! It’s so obvious that the ham has to go! Ham is for Christmas and Easter, not Thanksgiving.
We can’t be friends!!! The sauce is a food group of its own! Mac n Cheese has to go! This isn’t Thanksgiving dinner!
Wrong answer. It’s mac and cheese. This isn’t Thanksgiving dinner!
Turkey, away with Turkey. I’d rather have Mexican food!
I agree with the mayor… I’m perfectly fine without the sauce. Which Thanksgiving meal would you eliminate from your holiday menu?
Food Network shows that were in South Dakota
We live in the upper Midwest here and we don’t end up on national TV shows very often. That’s probably a good thing in the long run.