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The UN Wanted You To Eat Bugs For Thanksgiving Dinner, According To RYOT

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The issues on food shortages is a problem many countries are trying to solve. Because the production and maintenance of food products also relinquishes resources, they are also trying to find other means to reduce resource consumption (which may also be one of the major reasons why genetically modified organisms (GMOs) are being pushed in… Read more »

Westboro Baptists Laud Turkey Prank: An Opportunity To Witness

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The Westboro Baptists’ turkey prank victimization hasn’t fazed them a bit — the anti-gay, anti-soldier, anti-…well, anti almost everything church is laughing it off, and calling it an opportunity to “witness” their unusual brand of Christianity to the world. The story has spread across the internet, giving the world a laugh at the Westboro Baptists’… Read more »

Turkey Crashes Man’s Windshield On Thanksgiving: Dinner Is Served

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A turkey crashed a man’s windshield on Thanksgiving day, and no I’m not making this stuff up. Lubbock wrecker Kameron Schrader was on the road during the holiday when a 30-pound gobbler flew through his windshield. In a report from KCBD, Schrader shared the harrowing tale. “It was very, very loud and I couldn’t even… Read more »

No Turkey At First Thanksgiving? Here’s What Was On The Menu

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Even though turkey seems to be a required feature of the average Thanksgiving meal today, this particular bird was definitely not on the menu for the very first Thanksgiving celebration. Keep in mind that the first Thanksgiving meal did not necessarily happen when the Pilgrims and the Native Americans first met each other and shared… Read more »

‘Captured’ Exhibit Portrays Pre-Thanksgiving Native And Pilgrim Story

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The “Captured” exhibit that opened earlier this month portrays the Pre-Thanksgiving Native and Pilgrim story, which began in 1614 with the kidnapping twenty seven Native men from Patuxet, (the later site of Plymouth village), reports Cape News. The exhibit, created and enacted by Mashpee Wampanoag tribe members and other Native Americans, celebrates the 400th anniversary… Read more »

Mouth-Watering Apple Pie Recipes To Conquer Thanksgiving

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Thanksgiving and dessert pies go hand in hand, so having a few delectable options to enjoy after the main course of turkey and spuds is basically a necessity. This year, there’s no need to spend time stressing over which mouth-watering dessert you can come up with to impress families and friends. Because the below apple… Read more »

Happy Thanksgiving 2013 From Everyone At The Inquisitr

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Thanksgiving started with a simple harvest celebration. Although it eventually grew to include parades, football games, and Black Friday sales, it remains a time of reflection. On Thanksgiving, it is important to remember the past, look forward to the future, and give thanks for our blessings. Nearly 400 years ago, the Pilgrims left England to… Read more »

Your Thanksgiving Dinner Is Probably The Equivalent Of 7 Burger King Whoppers

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The average Thanksgiving dinner is reportedly the size of seven Burger King Whoppers. When you’re chowing down on your turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, and everything your family brought along this holiday, keep in mind that you’re probably stuffing around 4,500 calories into your face. According to ABC News, that’s roughly, 2,500 more calories than the… Read more »

Thanksgiving Storm: Was Your Flight Cancelled?

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Thanksgiving storms have already caused a lot of inconvenience to holiday travel plans, resulting in a high number of flight cancellations. The storm has already claimed eight lives as it makes its way through Oklahoma, Texas and New Mexico, just in time for Thanksgiving. A little more than 300 domestic flights have already been cancelled… Read more »