I’m not particularly religious but I am extremely spiritual. I am also not a born citizen of the United States, I am a naturalized citizen. I say all this because many people believe Thanksgiving to be both, a religious holiday as well as an American Holiday. Being neither I am still very thankful and I choose to celebrate it.
I wanted to take this time and this small space of the inter web to wish you all a Happy Thanksgiving. Just remember that all you have to do to celebrate and be a part of this great Holiday is to be thankful….. We can all do that. Try it!!!!!!!
Here are 3 books that may help you get in the right frame of mind:
Thanksgiving is a cherished time to gather around the table for a feast with family and friends. The traditions surrounding this American holiday are boundless, reflecting personal style and a diverse range of dishes. But it can also be daunting, whether you prepare and host each year, or are new to the experience.
With an abundant and diverse collection of over 80 recipes, The Best of Thanksgiving is the solution to creating a delicious and welcoming meal with ease. With vegetarian, gluten-free and adults-only and kid-friendly dishes there’s something for everyone in this tome to holiday.
Drinks and Appetizers: maple bourbon smash to sparkling apple punch, mushroom turnovers to shrimp bisque
This is a Children’s Book but so relevant and good for everyone. Every year on the fourth Thursday of November, Americans celebrate with a Thanksgiving meal. But what is the origin of this tradition? Did it really begin when the Pilgrims and Native Americans got together in 1621 in Plymouth,Massachusetts?
In her signature narrative nonfiction style, Penny Colman paints a fascinating picture of this cherished American holiday. She examines numerous Thanksgiving claims which were antecedents to the national holiday we celebrate today, raises the turkey question—does everyone eat turkey on Thanksgiving?—and shows Sarah Josepha Hale’s instrumental role in establishing the holiday. Get ready to delve into the rich past of Thanksgiving in an enlightening history that uncovers the true story.
From drying gourds to folding napkins, baking delicious pies to getting the kids involved, as well as insightful ideas for sharing and preserving family, The Book of Thanksgiving shows readers how to buy, prepare, and cook the perfect turkey, create beautiful, distinctive table settings, turn festive craft-making into a treasured family activity, and enjoy the day with fun-filled games and songs