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- Turkey -Ham -Green Bean Casserole -Stuffing -Cranberries -Beets -Pumpkin Pie -Banana Pudding -Sweet potatoes -Mashed Potatoes -Macaroni & Chees…e -Macaroni Salad -Deviled Eggs -Rolls -Old fashioned cream pie -Apple pie There is much more you could eat for Thanksgiving i guess it all just depends on who you are and what your family does. So this is the basic of a Thanksgiving dinner.
i think they ate turky, stuffing, corn, bread, yams.
Gather all your freinds and family together and be thankful for each other's company and of course enjoy your huge feast.
People generally eat Roasted turkeys, Cranberry sauce, Corns. Potatoes and Pumpkin pie on Thanksgiving Day.
because it is part of what the pilgrims ate and what thanks giving is all about
Trick question. Australians don't celebrate Thanksgiving... It's an American holiday.
Traditional Thanksgiving food. Turkey, rolls, pie, etc. But not alcohol if that's what you mean.
Pumpkin pi a ll mode
Everything they could find. Specifically wild fowl.
Same thing the pilgrims ate.
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Guatemalan's do not celebrate Thanksgiving. It is an American holiday.
We eat: Turkey Cranberry sauce Stuffing Mashed Potatoes and Gravy Green Beans Candy yams Tuna casserole Rolls Deviled eggs For dessert... pie i guess :)
they ate the three sisters
From [History. com ]: "Because the Pilgrims had no oven and the Mayflower's sugar supply had dwindled by the fall of 1621, the meal did not feature pies, cakes or other desser…ts, which have become a hallmark of contemporary celebrations."
In 1621, the Pilgrims' wheat crop had failed, so they did not have any flour. They were almost out of sugar and they did not have ovens, so they did not bake any pies. The ha…rvest feast was in celebration of their harvest of "Indian corn", which was a hard variety called flint corn. To make it edible, they would grind it and make a porridge. They did not have corn on the cob or popcorn. The only apples in North America were crabapples, which were unpalatable. Cranberry sauce had not been invented. The peas that they brought from England did not grow, but they may have had some native beans.