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It used to be a popular belief that the Pilgrims had turkey when they came to the US. They decided to dedicate a day to the celebration and the feast of a turkey. There is also a belief that the Pilgrims sat with the Wampanoag Indians and had turkey during the three-day feast. This was adopted...Read More

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Canada and America are two different countries and they celebrate thanksgiving on different days and in different ways. Long before people settled in North America, thanksgiving was celebrated in Europe in the month of October. It was first celebrated in North America by Canada in 1578. It has...Read More

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Thanksgiving is important for many reasons, it is one of the only times that family members from diverse background, come near and gather to commune with one another. This helps to create stronger relationships, reconnect with long lost family members and also to strengthen the family as a...Read More

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Thanksgiving was originally not assigned a specific day or month for its celebration but since President Roosevelt signed the bill on December 26, 1941, thanksgiving was set to be celebrated on the 4th Thursday in the month of November every year making it a part of federal law in the United...Read More

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Thanksgiving is all about spending time with the people you love–whether that means family or friends–and stuffing your face with delectable dishes while pondering the things you’re most grateful for on this earth. Eating out on Thanksgiving, or picking up a feast to bring...Read More

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Thanksgiving is a national holiday in the United States of America; it is an annual holiday celebrated on the 4th Thursday in the month of November. It was first celebrated by the Pilgrims after their first harvest in the New World in October 1621. Since the year 1863, it has been observed as...Read More

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Here is an easy recipe to make your thanksgiving turkey.
You will need a whole turkey with the neck and giblet removed. Kosher salt, onions, bay leaf, butter, and dry white wine. Directions:
Rub the kosher salt all around the turkey. After this, cover the turkey in a contain a...
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The very first thanksgiving was in 1619. Thanksgiving meal was shared between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians. The Pilgrims settling process was difficult due to their lack of preparedness and susceptibility to diseases. Nearly half of the original one hundred settlers...Read More

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In the past, America used to be the only country celebrating thanksgiving but as of now, many other countries celebrate thanksgiving. Here are some of the countries. Canada - closest to America shares same thanksgiving tradition with America both culinary and cultural. China &ndas...Read More

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According to farm sanctuary, an estimated 46 million turkeys are killed each year for thanksgiving alone. 88% of Americans eat turkey at thanksgiving; this result was discovered from the survey carried out by National Turkey Federation. The average weight of turkeys purchased is about 16 pounds...Read More

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