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Why Turkey is the Star of a Thanksgiving Feast?
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Why Turkey is the Star of a Thanksgiving Feast?

Spending time with our loved ones is one thing, but Thanksgiving is certainly not complete without the feast. And amongst many dishes on the table, turkey seems to be the star of the show.According to The Harris Poll, turkey is one of the most disliked Thanksgiving dishes (28% disliked). Funny enough, 70% of adults agree that it’s not a proper Thanksgiving meal if there’s no turkey.So what makes turkey the star of a Thanksgiving feast?ALSO READ: TOP FUN FACTS ABOUT THANKSGIVING YOU DIDN’T KNOW ABOUT!How Turkey Became The Star of ThanksgivingLet's talk about history now. If you are not familiar with the history of Thanksgiving, the first celebration took place in 1621.In 1621, the pilgrims celebrated the harvest by throwing a feast. Their menu would include veni...
The Real History of Thanksgiving That You NEED to Know
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The Real History of Thanksgiving That You NEED to Know

Thanksgiving is a holiday that is celebrated by Americans every fourth Thursday of November. Typically, people will host a Thanksgiving dinner where foods like turkey, potatoes, cranberries, and stuffing are served.Like the name, people will share about things that they are most grateful for from the previous year over dinner. Some people also celebrate it by watching Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade.However, there is a whole different story behind this festive holiday. So now, let's check out the real history behind Thanksgiving!The First Thanksgiving CelebrationAccording to historians, the first celebration of Thanksgiving took place in 1621. At that time, the Mayflower pilgrims who founded the Plymouth Colony sat down for a three-day meal with the Wampanoag. ...