It's that wonderful American tradition that is still held some what sacred. It's the only holiday that is completely, 100%, all about the food. Thanksgiving is a great feast.
- Stuffing seems to be the emotional favorite, second only to the turkey itself.
- There are those who prefer to eat out and those who prefer to stay home. I prefer to stay home.
- Cranberry sauce is in two categories: homemade and jelly. I always have to serve both because some like it jelly style, straight out of a can, and some will only eat the homemade kind with whole cranberries.
- Apple Cider. It's the only time I drink it and it is always a staple on my thanksgiving table.
- There's always one who's not speaking to so and so, and you have to be careful not to seat them next to each other or get in the middle of it for that matter.
- Thanksgiving is also synonymous with football.
- Is it legal to begin drinking on Thanksgiving day at 12 noon? It is a holiday after all.
- It's hilarious, it seems like the entire town I live in closes up shop around 3pm on Wednesday. People are either traveling or cooking, but no one is out and about after that.
- Is it legal to begin drinking wine on Thanksgiving morning at 10 am? It is a holiday after all. And I'm gonna need it to get through this one.
What are your observations bloggers?