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#359816 11/22/2023 01:25 PM
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- Wishing everyone tomorrow a Happy, Healthy, Thanksgiving.. Be safe, don't drink and drive,,. Vern, thank you for hosting the site.... And thanks for the great membership we have here..

- * and remember what the holiday truly is,,,and enjoy guys...., Gaspare

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Gaspare #359817 11/22/2023 01:59 PM
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I'd like to second that!

Happy Thanksgiving to you guys over the pond....

Don


"Much that once was, is lost, for none now live who remember it"

Galadriel, LotR.
Gaspare #359821 11/22/2023 08:19 PM
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All the best to my American friends, neighbors, family and members cheers and best, R

Gaspare #359822 11/22/2023 09:11 PM
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A happy Thanksgiving. smile

--dj--Joe


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Gaspare #359823 11/22/2023 09:33 PM
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I remembered this story related to Native American Indians and the traditional Thanksgiving fest:

16th-Century Turkey Bones Identified in Southwestern England

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England Exeter turkey (University of Exeter) EXETER, ENGLAND—Zoo archaeologist Alan Outram and colleagues at the University of Exeter say they have found the butchered bones of what may have been one of the first turkeys to arrive in England from the Americas. According to a report in The Plymouth Herald, the two leg bones and one wing bone were recovered from a construction site in Exeter in 1983 but were not identified at the time as turkey bones. The researchers dated the turkey remains to between 1520 and 1550 based on the pottery found lying beside the bones. Some of pottery had been imported from Spain, Germany, and Italy. The remains of a calf, chickens, sheep, and at least one goose were also found. Historical records indicate that William Strickland, a member of Parliament who traveled to the Americas, brought six of the birds back to southwestern England in 1524 or 1526. The first birds were likely kept by the elite as a display of wealth, but they became a popular meal by the 1570s, and were eventually driven to London like cattle in the seventeenth century.

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yeah,,,can't you just see big 'ole Henry the 8th with big goblet of wine in one hand and a gigantic Turkey leg in the other hand!! grin wink

have a good one guys!!!!

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Happy Thanksgiving to everyone, enjoy ,be safe.

Gaspare #359838 11/23/2023 10:48 PM
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K.P. (kitchen police) duty is done. At least until leftovers time. smile

Hope everyone had a good Day.

--dj--Joe


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