An American tradition for nearly 400 years, Thanksgiving’s feast is no ordinary Thursday night dinner. It is the culmination of a lot of work to nurture, hunt, and collect enough food for the upcoming winter.
Today, most people only need to harvest their local grocery store to obtain all the culinary ingredients for making this meal. But with all the basting and brining, cooking and thawing, food safety times and temperatures, stirring gravy and… (what is that burning!?!), might have you taking a second look at that normal Thursday night frozen meal aisle.