Tuesday, 25 November 2008

Talking Turkey, Coast to Coast

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Lots of other ethnic groups have flocked to America's shores since the first Europeans arrived, and they've all created their own twists on turkey, pumpkin pie, and other Thanksgiving staples.
Anglo-Americans, the Atlantic Coast ...
... It comes as no surprise that those with deep roots on the Atlantic Coast, site of Plymouth Rock and the earliest British colonies, still enjoy the Thanksgiving dishes that are the most traditional. Seafood, unheard of at most Thanksgiving dinners around the country, is essential in states like Massachusetts. Crab cakes appear as a side dish, and so do briny East Coast oysters, ...

Full Story: Talking Turkey, Coast to Coast; By Katherine Spiers, on BudgetTravel.com



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