Thanksgiving is November 27 this year and if you have been saying that Thanksgiving is awfully late again this year, you’re right. Actually, Thanksgiving originally fell on the last Thursday of the month, all the time
Thanksgiving Day is 55 days away and you can thank Abraham Lincoln for establishing it as a national holiday. Lincoln proclaimed that Thanksgiving Day should be observed on the last Thursday in November on this date in 1863.
Anyone serving frog legs instead of turkey for Thanksgiving dinner today? Ok, it’s a bad lead in to a show that will air tonight. Only in America can you pair up Lady Gaga with Kermit the Frog. It should be interesting Thanksgiving night as the two get together for a Thanksgiving night special on ABC-TV.
We aren’t all master chefs accustomed to cooking huge meals for dozens people, so the kind folks at Butterball have been answering all our Thanksgiving-turkey-cooking-related questions for years. And during that time, they've had some funny calls.
The holiday shows keep on coming and the next one you and your kids won't want to miss is Thanksgiving night when "A Charlie Brown Thanksgiving" is televised. ABC television will broadcast the show at 7 p.m. central time tomorrow night.
As we prepare to sit down and devour our Thanksgiving turkey meal I wonder just how much people know about the turkey itself. With that in mind I present ten turkey questions and answers. See how well you do and then ask these questions around the dinner table tomorrow.
Thanksgiving is on record as being America’s second-favorite holiday (Christmas wins first prize, of course), so it makes sense that Thanksgiving lore is a part of our shared cultural history and something we start learning early in our lives. But it turns out a lot of what we think we know about Turkey Day is wrong.
Every year a report comes out from the American Farm Bureau Federation that calculates the average cost of a Thanksgiving meal. Usually the cost is figured for enough food to feed ten people. I've always thought that was an awfully low number of guests to account for. At most Thanksgiving get-togethers I've attended, there are usually at least ten people just waiting in line for the bathroom!
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