Welcome to another edition of the Real Food Holidays Blog Carnival – Thanksgiving 2011 edition. Link up your holiday recipes, share your menu ideas, and tips.
Thanksgiving was declared an official American holiday by President Abraham Lincoln in 1863. Its origins trace back to a 1621 harvest celebration at Plymouth (Massachusetts). The tradition of holding an annual harvest festival became established in the 1660s.
1. Share a relevant post from your blog using the widget below (link to your specific post, not your blog’s homepage).
(Under “Name” include your name and a description of your post)
2. Please link back to this post (example: “This post is linked to Real Food Digest Thanksgiving 2011 Blog Carnival.”)
3. Leave a comment after linking.
If you don’t have a blog, please share your recipes and menu ideas in the comments below.
Remember to keep it real– whole foods without artificial ingredients, trans fats, or highly refined sugars.
More Thanksgiving around the Web;
Need help carving a turkey? Saveur magazine has a tutorial with pictures on How To Carve a Turkey.
Remember to make turkey stock with your leftover turkey carcass! Bone broths are superfoods! Here is a simple recipe for Turkey Broth from David Tanis’s New York Times column and a Turkey Soup with Lime and Chile (use coconut oil instead of the vegetable oil called for in the recipe).