Celebrated annually in the United States on the fourth Thursday in November, the holiday of Thanksgiving was first observed in 1621 and continues to be an American tradition today.
It can be a wonderful celebration of gratitude, appreciation, and family connection. Take some time during your meal and allow each person at the table to talk about what they’re grateful for.
Let Our Family Share With You Some Tips On How To Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving This Year……
Cover the kid table with Kraft Paper and set out crayons to keep them entertained.
This is such a simple thing to add to your Thanksgiving Dinner, but I think it will be one of the most meaningful.
Homestyle Thanksgiving sausage stuffing, a versatile recipe with a lot of options. You can use it to stuff a turkey or bake it in a casserole dish.
Cranberry Fluff Salad is an easy holiday side dish that’s always a crowd favorite! It’s creamy, sweet and delicious!
Pie? Easy? Yes and Yes! This Recipe takes the worry out of Pie-Making and has Step-By-Step Instructions. The end result will wow all your guests this holiday season! Save this Pumpkin Pie Recipe to make for Thanksgiving or Christmas this year! (Via Pillsbury)
What’s better than apple pie? Caramel apple pie, of course! The secret ingredient of this recipe? Use Granny Smith apples. Find out why, and Grab the recipe here.
Together with the United Nations, you can change the world and end global hunger – whenever you want and wherever you are.
I hope more people will do this and teach about giving is so important in this world.
Enjoy Your Family and Have a Wonderful Thanksgiving,
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