Sunday, November 15, 2009

Thanksgiving Traditions

It's all about food now for the next few months when we gather with friends and family. Bonanzle booths are offering food, desserts, mixes, candy and everything but cooking the Turkey for you. But, they may offer that too if you live nearby a domestic cook on Bonanzle, you never know.

In America, we celebrate Thanksgiving in some parts of the country with high school football games and Turkey. Yep, we enjoy the combination. High school rivalries compete and then it's time for dinner. In New England, we enjoy traditional Pilgrim type foods, turkey, cranberry sauce (because cranberries are plentiful on Cape Cod), pumpkin and other hard winter squashes. Pies are plentiful with apples stored from the harvest, although today, they are bought at local farms or the grocery store. Pumpkin Pie, my favorite, Pecan Pie, the easiest to make is always rich and delicious. Check out Boston Examiner
On Bonanzle, you can find regional foods from East Coast to West Coast to complement your Thanksgiving and Christmas Dinners.


For appetizers try BrownBagPantry's No Salt Dip

To help your Turkey, you might choose brine by Fire & Flavor
Fire & Flavor Turkey Perfect

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