Rhode Island Monthly's The Dish: Thanksgiving Journeys

March 04, 2014

"A British woman learns the meaning behind our favorite family feast."

"As a recent import to the States from England, the traditions surrounding Thanksgiving are all new to me. I have heard tales of Pilgrim Fathers, pumpkin pies and deep fried turkeys, but as yet have not experienced a true Thanksgiving. So I set out to learn about the holiday so deeply rooted in American history. And as it turns out, the whole shebang started in jolly old England nearly half a century ago. Though it’s fallen off the British calendar and is now resolutely an American institution, I am introducing myself through the best means I know how – food..."

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