Easy Thanksgiving Recipes for Your Holiday Feast
Decorate your holiday feast with the colors of autumn with these easy Thanksgiving recipes.
What would Thanksgiving be without a turkey and stuffing?
Though our food choices and preparation methods have evolved over the centuries, one thing remains constant: As celebrated by our forebears, the Thanksgiving feast is a time for counting blessings and coming together with loved ones. And wherever family members gather, there will be food that evokes memories. Use these easy Thanksgiving recipes to enhance your dinner table throughout the holidays.
EASY THANKSGIVING RECIPES:
Cranberry Chutney Recipe
Fruity Cornbread Dressing Recipe
Glazed Orange-Pecan Bread Recipe
Green Bean Casserole Recipe
Surprise Pumpking Pie Recipe
Sweet Potato Surprise Recipe
The Pilgrims at Plimoth Plantation in Plymouth, Massachusetts, celebrated a successful harvest in 1621, and this is traditionally considered the “First Thanksgiving,” though technically, the Virginia colony on the James River held a thanksgiving feast on December 4, 1619 – the day of their ships’ safe arrival. In Plimoth tradition, a thanksgiving day was not a feast day; rather, it was a religious observance. However, by the mid-17th century, Thanksgiving was held annually after the harvest, just not always on the same day. In 1863, at the height of the Civil War, President Abraham Lincoln proclaimed the last Thursday of November would be set aside as a day of thanksgiving for all citizens.