Thanksgiving is a national holiday celebrated on the fourth Thursday of November in the fine country ofThis day of thanks and reflection harkens back to the early days of the
who, with the help of the Native Americans, survived their first winter in North America.
These days, families typically get together to commemorate this occasion. If you belong to a typical American family, a few of these usually show up…Depending on how you get along with your family, the matter of survival might depend on how many of these are consumed.
The traditional Thanksgiving dinner looks much like this…
If you’re not a vegetarian, this is the star of the meal…And these are the supporting players…
On Thanksgiving, most people invariably…And then feel massively guilty about getting…while they watch the BIG GAME on TV:
…Eventually, the party ends, and everyone leaves, knowing they’ll spend the next week eating a lot of this…
But that’s okay, because it’s now officially time to start looking forward to this!
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About Darlene Lacey
Darlene is the author of "Classic Candy: America's Favorite Sweets, 1950-80" and curator of the Candy Wrapper Museum, which is comprised of her personal collection which she began as a teenager in the 70s. The CWM has been featured in numerous TV shows, magazines, newspapers and blogs, and made its art gallery debut in 2010 at the Scion Space's "Palate" show.