THANKSGIVING '13

A brief history of Thanksgiving, what it's all about and what you should try eating for it. This year America celebrates it on Thursday 28 November 2013.

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  1. Thanksgiving dates back as far as 1621 when Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians shared autumn harvest feasts. In 1863 President Abraham Lincoln declared that a national Thanksgiving day should be held every November. It is now celebrated across America with families getting together eating turkey dinners, pumkin pies, and watching Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  2. It does have a darker side too...
  3. But nowadays, Thanksgiving is known for grand spectacles such as the Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.
  4. Entire 2012 Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade
  5. Americans are well-known for their good deeds around Thanksgiving time too.
  6. Thanksgiving is probably best known for its Turkey dinner, one of the reasons it is also known as ‘turkey day’.
  7. Choosing a good turkey really is a pretty big deal, even choosing the President's turkey makes the news.
  8. Cooking Thanksgiving day dinner LIVE
  9. So here's some examples of Thanksgiving day dinner foods.
  10. Where to Dine Out on Thanksgiving in NYC
    Where to Dine Out on Thanksgiving in NYC
  11. ices 23nov13 Thanksgiving Dinner _ ElaineCristian (38)
    ices 23nov13 Thanksgiving Dinner _ ElaineCristian (38)
  12. It wouldn't be American if they didn't go bigger and better.
  13. TurBaconEpic Thanksgiving - Epic Meal Time
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