82% of the American homes have Turkey on Thanksgiving.
About 90% of American families eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
88% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
The average American eats a lot of turkey on Thanksgiving. The average American eats about three to five pounds of turkey during the Thanksgiving season.
No; Thanksgiving is a North American holiday.
No, Thanksgiving is a North American holiday.
No. It's an American feastday
No. Thanksgiving is a purely American holiday, it's not celebrated anywhere else
Most people eat turkey on Thanksgiving because it is an old tradition, many people like that old tradition! They should change the turkey to another food, some people think that thanksgiving is about turkey not giving thanks. An alternate answer: Thanksgiving is predominately a North American holiday celebrated in the US and Canada. The world population is approaching 7 billion. The population of the US + Canada is approximately 335 million. This is approximately 4.8 % or Earth's human population. As such most people do not eat turkey at thanksgiving as the vast majority of Earth's population don't celebrate it as a holiday!
Because in the early days of American colonization the turkey was a plentiful game bird.
No. Thanksgiving is an exclusively US American holiday. Turkish people do not celebrate it. Additionally, Turkish people do not eat turkey as often as US Americans do.
Thanksgiving is an American holiday. It has nothing to do with Hindus. If they really wanted to learn American cultures then I suppose they would celebrate it like a normal American. With turkey.
In Turkey they don't celebrate thanksgiving.
no thanksgiving didnt come from turkey because thanksgiving is a holiday in USA
an American consumes 690 million pounds at thanksgiving. not sure if that is still right.
You do so because they ate turkey at the 1st Thanksgiving.
He pardons the turkey prior to Thanksgiving and then has a Thanksgiving feast to celebrate it.
United States yearly per capita consumption of turkey in 2009 was 17lbs. Around 31% of this was consumed on Thanksgiving. In total, the U.S. consumption of turkeys for 2009 was approximately 5.2 billion pounds. (National Turkey Federation, 2009) Therefore, more than 1.6 billion pounds of turkey were consumed on Thanksgiving in 2009.
The Festival of Turkey might be one way to describe the American observance of the Thanksgiving Holiday, for which the communal eating of turkey is one of the primary symbols.
They eat turkeyAmericans traditionally eat Turkey on thanksgiving.
about 313,904,743 pounds of turkey per Thanksgiving
Do you plan to serve turkey at Thanksgiving.
They DO celebrate Thanksgiving in Turkey. They celebrate the same way we do.
No, because if they eat other turkey for Thanksgiving it would be like you eating other people.
82% of people eat Turkey on Thanksgiving. (Source needed. Seems high.) According to eatturkey.com 46M turkeys were consumer in the USA for Thanksgiving. According to the US Census, there are approx. 115M households in 2010 (114.8M). Of course, multiple households may gather for each turkey so...