Who served the wild turkeys on the first Thanksgiving?
Pilgrims served the wild turkeys on first Thanksgiving.
The wampanoag tribe a variety of food to the first Thanksgiving Day, to include wild turkeys, venison, rabbit, lobster, potatoes, fish, clams, and the native American "Three Sisters" food: corn, beans, and squash. The pilgrims contributed the crops from their first harvest, which only included corn.
Collective nouns for turkeys are: a brood of turkeys a clutch of turkeys a crop of turkeys a dole of turkeys a dule of turkeys a flock of turkeys a gang of turkeys a herd of turkeys a mob of turkeys a muster of turkeys a posse of turkeys (wild males) a raffle of turkeys a raft of turkeys a rafter of turkeys a run of turkeys (wild) a school of turkeys On the lighter…
The celebration of Thanksgiving will be incomplete without the legendary Turkey. The Turkey derives its name from the 'turk turk' sounds it makes when scared. The famous 'Turkey' adorns the table of every household as a main course during the celebration. The customary dinner is a reminder of the 'Four Wild Turkeys' served at