Renewing America’s food traditions at Thanksgiving<br><br><br>

When the first cross-cultural Thanksgiving occurred among the Wampanoag and the Puritans of Patuxet in 1620, there were no turkeys present—but there was indeed a cornucopia of authentically American foods offered by the natives to keep the so-called Pilgrims alive that winter


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