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originally posted by: oldcarpy
Damn. Why did I never think of doing that? Top tip, thanks!
Does need bread sauce and a good spicy chutney.
We always use left overs for turkey curry, coronation turkey, turkey soup etc.
originally posted by: verschickter
Isn´t the sense of a holiday that -except for very important positions- everyone get´s a day off to celebrate that event? Are the stores in the USA opened 365 days a year?
originally posted by: ketsuko
a reply to: blueman12
Because what happened to the Native Americans is directly linked to factory farmed turkey.
And celebrating the harvest is also directly linked to what happened to the Native Americans.
Most of the rest of the world sets aside time to celebrate the harvest. Only in the US do people tell us it's a horrible thing to do because the story behind the first US harvest celebration mixes pilgrims and Native Americans.