What Did the Pilgrims Really Eat on Thanksgiving?
If you think squash casserole and pecan tassies came over on the Mayflower, think again. Take a peek at the foods from the first Thanksgiving feast.
Ashley Kappel, Becky Luigart-Stayner
Rosemary Salt-Crusted Venison with Cherry-Cabernet Sauce
Your table may not be complete without a hearty bird for carving, but the truth is, if you wanted to eat it, you had to go out and shoot it. Most likely, the remarkable thing about this celebratory meal was that it was guaranteed to have meat. After all, it was always deer season back then.
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