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People celebrate Thanksgiving Day in the USA on the fourth Thursday of November. On this day everybody is grateful for a good fortune and autumn harvest. The usual way for Americans to spend this holiday is to host a dinner at home, invite friends and relatives. They mostly eat lots of tasty meals, watch TV shows and drink some wine. But I want to introduce you some other interesting and funny facts about Thanksgiving Day. So keep reading…
Americans make three times more food waste between Thanksgiving and New Year’s Day than at other times of the year. Tons and tons of food go to waste simply because people don’t know what to do with it. This Thanksgiving, you can reduce your food waste with these simple suggestions.
Every woman knows how easy it is to spend huge sums of money while cooking dinner on Thanksgiving Day. Usually when you go to the supermarket before that day you buy lots of food. We can’t imagine Thanksgiving Day without such dishes as roast turkey, cakes, pies and casseroles. And, of course, decoration is so much important. All together they will make your expenses really enormous. I would like to help you and share some easy ways how not to be short of money after Thanksgiving Day.
It’s no accident that the annual feasting celebration falls in, well, fall. There was a time when it was necessary to overeat and pack on the pounds to get through a tough winter. The tradition of gathering with friends and family to give thanks each November has persisted, of course, for many really wonderful reasons. As has the tradition of overeating, and immediately resigning ourselves to a month of overindulgence and an “I’ll just resolve to get back in shape after the New Year,” attitude.
The truth, of course, is that none of us really needs to put on the extra weight that was once necessary to keep us warm. We have clothes for that. And heated homes. And heated offices. And heated seats in our cars. We don’t really want to put on any additional weight either, because we know it’s way harder to get off. And nobody wants to wear turkey-and-stuffing-thighs and pecan-pie-belly to the pool with the kids when summer rolls back around.
Thanksgiving Day is a very happy and important holiday when all the family and friends get together at your home. That’s why no hostess wants the dinner to be a flop and her guests to leave her house displeased. In order to avoid discomfort, here are some tips for you to make the dinner go smoothly. Using these tips, you`ll host an unforgettable Thanksgiving dinner.