Thanksgiving menu is a special one, every American knows it very well. Traditionally, on November table people used to stay a lot of dishes but the main course remains classical.
Thanksgiving menu is a simple and understandable but it’s hard to cook it in one day. That’s why planning should become the cornerstone of your successful Thanksgiving evening. Dinner menu can be overwhelming, especially if you are hosting, cooking and serving the first holiday dinner in your life.
There are tonnes of recipes for the Thanksgiving Day, and even million of recipes’ variations, so don’t be confused and take the simplest one, let it sounds good to you.
Thanksgiving menu and main course
Menu for the turkey dinner is traditional, here are the main points of it, cooks called it main course. To cook them all, just plan and prepare your Thanksgiving dinner in advance without stress but with love.
According to what traditionally is known as “The First Thanksgiving,” the 1621 feast between the Pilgrims and the Wampanoag at Plymouth Colony contained turkey, waterfowl, venison, fish, lobster, clams, berries, fruit, pumpkin, and squash. Nowadays, America is cooking a lot of variations of these dishes, and every family has its own recipe.
Thanksgiving was celebrated after that at irregular intervals until Franklin Roosevelt, had set it one week to the next-to-last Thursday of November in order keeping an eye on commercial benefits as Christmas was nearby. Allegations were brought against this decision, which made the President move Thanksgiving back to its original date two years later. And in 1941, Thanksgiving was finally sanctioned by Congress as a legal holiday, as the fourth Thursday in November.
In 2016, Thanksgiving Day will be celebrated on Thursday, November 24 when Barack Obama the last time will say ‘pardon’ to turkey.