Archive for thanksgiving SmartBlogs
All month, I’ve been saying and hearing, “Thanksgiving is so early this year!” And, as it happens, Nov. 22 is the earliest Thanksgiving can occur in the U.S. — the fourth Thursday of November — under the law passed by Congress in 1941 that took effect for 1942.
Thanksgiving is the holiday we associate most with sharing a meal with loved ones, and if some years the table is less crowded with either food or good company, we feel the loss even as we give thanks for the gifts we have.
This week, I wrote about how the commercial supply chain has gotten much better at supplying stores and foodservice businesses before and after a storm such as Sandy, which killed 121 people and destroyed the homes of countless others in and around my home state of New Jersey.[…] Continue Reading »
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Here are some of our favorite recent Thanksgiving-themed articles.
- The Thanksgiving meal with a historical twist: The Wall Street Journal
- Electric knife was glamorous in the 1960s: The New York Times
- Lean Cuisine chefs remake holiday favorites: USA TODAY
- 14 million Americans to give thanks over restaurant meals: The Huffington Post
- What’s on 1789’s Thanksgiving table?: SmartBrief/SmartBlog on Restaurants
Share in the comments what will be on your table this year.[…] Continue Reading »