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t is once again time to talk turkey, stuffing and all of the trimmings. Thanksgiving is celebrated in both
Canada and the United States with similar parades and fanfare. Thanksgiving is a time to be thankful for the blessings in one’s life and enjoy the company of family and friends during a special meal.
Although people celebrate Thanksgiving each and every year, they may not be aware of some of its interesting history. Test your knowledge of gobblers and general trivia with this quiz.
1. Despite competing historical claims, the story most people associate with the first American Thanksgiving took place in a colony in this modern-day state?
a. Pennsylvania
b. New Jersey
c. Massachusetts
d. Delaware
2. Thanksgiving Day is celebrated on which day of the week in Canada?
a. Monday
b. Tuesday
c. Wednesday
d. Thursday
3. Pilgrims from Europe associated with Thanksgiving are purported to have sailed across the Atlantic to reach North American on which ship?
a. Daisy
b. Mayflower
c. Santa Maria
d. Roseflower
4. Which tribe of Native Americans
taught Pilgrims how to cultivate the land, contributing to the first Thanksgiving?
a. Algonquin
b. Lenape
c. Shoshone
d. Wampanoag
5. Fossil evidence shows that turkeys roamed the Americas how long ago?
a. 10 million years ago
b. 15 million years ago
c. 20 million years ago
d. 25 million years ago
6. Three different deboned types of poultry go into this Thanksgiving meal alternative? a. Orange duck
b. Turducken
c. Turkey chowmein
d. Chixturck
7. In what year did Congress make Thanksgiving an official national holiday in the United States?
a. 1932
b. 1939
c. 1941
d. 1946
8. Twenty precent of the overall consumption of this type of fruit is done on Thanksgiving.
a. apples
b. cranberries
c. cherries
d. grapes
9. The first Canadian Thanksgiving was a welcome-home celebration for Sir Martin Frobisher when he returned to which area of the country?
a. Albert
b. Manitoba
c. British Columbia
d. Newfoundland
10. Canadians sometimes call the Thanksgiving holiday in the United States by this name to distinguish it from their own Thanksgiving celebration.
a. Yanksgiving
b. Amerigiving
c. Turmerica
d. USthanks Answers:1.c2.a3.b4.d5.a6.b7.c8.b9. d10.a
Kellie Moore
State Farm Agent 210-688-7707 www.kelliemoore.net
      Prepare A Delicious Turkey For Your Thanksgiving Dinner Table
Herb-Roasted Turkey
Serves 10
12 tablespoons (11⁄2 sticks) unsalted butter, softened
1⁄4 cup packed fresh flat-leaf parsley leaves, chopped, plus 4 whole sprigs
1 large sprig fresh rosemary, chopped, plus 2 whole sprigs
1 tablespoon chopped fresh thyme, plus 4 whole sprigs
November 2019
15 leaves fresh sage, chopped, plus 3 whole leaves
3⁄4 teaspoon kosher salt, plus more for the turkey
1⁄2 teaspoon freshly ground black pepper, plus more for the turkey
1 15-pound turkey
1 lemon, quartered
8 shallots, peeled and halved
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