In Turkey they don't celebrate thanksgiving.
no thanksgiving didnt come from turkey because thanksgiving is a holiday in USA
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.
82% of the American homes have Turkey on Thanksgiving.
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.
Because the main dish on thanksgiving is well..... a turkey hahaha :)
They don't commemorate Thanksgiving anyway. It's not a memorable event for them.
88% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
Turkeys are eaten on Thanksgiving because the early colonists who had the first Thanksgiving mentioned eating turkey. The colonists celebrated the first Thanksgiving with the Wampanoag Indians.
Turkey is a bird of the new world. As thanksgiving was established, turkey was know to the newcomers.
We have turkey seasoning and fancy ovens and they did not. Also, turkeys today are raised on farms. The turkeys served at the first Thanksgiving were wild.
86% of Americans eat turkey on Thanksgiving Day.
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 of course not, the Americans celebrate Thanksgiving because people came here on the mayflower. People of Turkey have nothing to do with Thanksgiving!
Turkey is a Thanksgiving dinner staple.
No, Thanksgiving is a North American holiday.
Thanksgiving is a U.S. holiday.
who was the president that declared thanksgiving a holiday
That's perfectly allowed. You're actually supposed to eat turkey on Thanksgiving.
690 million lb of turkey each year, on thanksgiving.