How Thanksgiving, the “Yankee Abolitionist Holiday,” Won Over the South

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Hmmmmmm????????!!!!!!!!

Seems the Love of God and Jesus, is missing in action with the zionist puritan “christian” USA Military, when they in War Crimes, Invade,  Gang Rape little children, their mothers, ministers daughters, African American women and children included, till death, steal, rob, mass murder, occupy  innocent souls in foreign to USA/DC countries!

The yankee “puritan”, NEVER KNEW the God of Good.

Only the Master of Evil!

The Ole Dog!

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It’s November, and countless magazines and websites are running features on how to stage a Southern-style Thanksgiving dinner. Saveur’s version starts with a pickle platter and deviled eggs, and its cornbread-stuffed turkey is accompanied by spicy collards, followed by bourbon-flavored pecan pie. Bourbon appears in the Food Network’s collection of Southern-themed Turkey Day dishes, too, in the form of whiskey-glazed sweet potatoes, which appear alongside biscuits, cornbread pudding, and red velvet cake.

A true old-fashioned Southern Thanksgiving, though, would be a pretty spartan affair, for that particular holiday feast was all but unknown in the South for most of the 19th century. Thanksgiving was a Yankee holiday, birthed in New England and adorned with that region’s symbols and traditions: Pilgrims, turkey, pumpkins, and cranberries.

Southerners came late to the Thanksgiving table, and when they finally did, they didn’t lay out down-home spreads of collards, country ham, and black-eyed peas. Instead, the Thanksgiving dinners first enjoyed in the South were almost indistinguishable from those being served in Boston or Ohio. And for good reason.

More:   https://www.seriouseats.com/2014/11/history-southern-thanksgiving.html?fbclid=IwAR2__JwwnsbNfz0ZLBQtwD6AfhTk3JE1Gn9YidmBVp8gaYcslVDfCzpWW1Y

Author: John C Carleton

Native Texican, American by Birth, Southern by the Grace of God.

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