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Getting into the Christmas spirit: Night Out with Friends

Only last week I was complaining about the idea of celebrating Christmas too early and now look. Last night I ventured out of my bedroom, finally, and had an early Christmas meal. 491 more words

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Happy Thanksgiving!

I couldn’t resist sharing this recipe for Yemenite Turkey Stuffing. The recipe calls for stuffing eggplants with this yummy looking filling. Happy Thanksgiving to you and your family! 52 more words

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First Thanksgiving in Winnacunnet Plantation

In 1638 the General Court of Massachusetts Bay Colony designated the “last Thursday of the 8th month” (October 25) as a public day of thanksgiving in appreciation of the good spring weather, the ripening harvest, and the “safe coming of so many ships this year.” Governor John Winthrop noted in his journal that 20 ships and at least 3,000 persons had arrived that year, “so that they were forced to look out to new plantations.” Winnacunnet, or as Winthrop spelled it, “Winicowett,” was one of those new plantations, settled by a group from Newbury led by Reverend Stephen Bachiler. 86 more words

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