As we roll through this week, I'd assume most of us are trying to nail down the final details of our collective Thanksgiving holiday.

While you're communicating with the family about who is prepping what for the big meal in a week's time, we're all scrambling to put together our own celebration here at work.

We're all making lazy plans... You know, signing up to bring foods that are both traditional, but also easy. This is just the obligatory workplace celebration, not the actual holiday. If anything, it's the dress rehearsal.

After looking over a bunch of recipes, I opted to just bring Texas Roadhouse rolls and butter because while I love serving up delicious food, I'm only looking to put coworker effort into it for my part.

While looking at recipes, I did have a thought to bring something that was unique to Oklahoma... but after a marathon of website googling, shock, and horror, I figured I had to share what I found with you.

Fair warning, some of these dishes are not for the faint of heart. They're weird and strange, but they're shockingly popular in some families around the state.

Oklahoma's Weirdest Thanksgiving Foods

There is no shortage of weird Thanksgiving traditions around the Sooner State. Even my own family celebrates in our own unique way. Half of us hate turkey, and the others hate ham. Mom hates to spend days cooking for a 20-minute meal, and we all get tired of the leftovers. Instead, we have either a taco fiesta or a Chef Boyardee pizza kit party. Nobody complains.

We're not the only family with a weird Thanksgiving tradition, just take a look at these shockingly common Oklahoma TG dishes. It's amazing what the cooks come up with. The list is heavy on gelatin and jello molds, if anything it'd be worth trying at least one this year. They range from mild to wild, best of luck to you.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

Ten Iconic Oklahoma Restaurants You Have To Try

I think it's fair to say that each state probably has its own legends when it comes to restaurants. Pennsylvania has cheesesteaks, New York has wings and pizza, Texas has Franklin BBQ and Tex-Mex, etc...

Oklahoma is no different.

Birthed into statehood as a cattle state, there's no shortage of beef on any menu here, but there's a little room for chicken and fries too. Here are the absolute, hands down, best restaurants, in no particular order, everyone has to try in The Sooner State.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

Where Should Buc-ee's Build Their First Oklahoma Location?

With Buc-ee's being back on the expansion bandwagon, Oklahomans are feeling like we're due for our first location... but where should the beaver conglomerate start in the Sooner State?

After compiling information from social media, here's a quick rundown on the locations Okies think would be a perfect fit for 24/7 hot brisket on the board.

Gallery Credit: Kelso

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