What are traditional Thanksgiving foods?

What are traditional Thanksgiving foods?

Everyone knows that turkey is the featureddish for most Thanksgiving celebrations. But how did turkey become the traditionalmeal it is today? And what other dishes are eaten at Thanksgiving? Just like a modern Thanksgiving dinner, thefeast in Plymouth in 1621 contained a wondrous variety of foods. However, many of their dishes would look outof place …

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FISH CURRY MAKING TAMILNADU STYLE | TRADITIONAL FOODS

FISH CURRY MAKING TAMILNADU STYLE | TRADITIONAL FOODS

HI, WELCOME TO TRADITIONAL FOODS. , NIRMALA, Guest Chef. TODAY WE ARE GOING TO MAKE FISH CURRY. , THE REQUIRED INGREDIENTS ARE. , FISH. , ONIONS. , GREEN CHILLIES. , TOMATO'S. , CORIANDER LEAVES. , CURRY LEAVES. , TAMARIND. , SALT. , TURMERIC POWDER. , FENUGREEK SEEDS. , CORIANDER POWDER. , RED CHILLI POWDER. , …

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Japanese Traditional Dance-Explained

Japanese Traditional Dance-Explained

The ODORI and MAI are main types of Japanese Traditional Dance This is an example of Noh Mai Bowing on the floor with both hands pointing to each other is done before the dance The fan is elegantly opened with the four finger tips Mai is originated in the western part of Japan It is …

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Food, Water & Traditional Knowledge in Arid Lands

Food, Water & Traditional Knowledge in Arid Lands

There are so many pressingfood and water issues. I work with a lot ofNative American youth, and the issue that'sconcerning them right now and the thing they'reasking me to respond to are access to our waterways. It's a legal issue,it's a food issue. Being Hopi, we completelylive off the food we grow. Climate change isa …

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A Visit to Philippe Dufour, Legend of Traditional Watchmaking  – Ep. 6 – WATCHMAKING ROADTRIP

A Visit to Philippe Dufour, Legend of Traditional Watchmaking – Ep. 6 – WATCHMAKING ROADTRIP

Hello and welcome back to this new episodeof the Watchmaking Roadtrip and while we visited some pretty big and prestigious names of thewatchmaking industry, it’s now time for you and our guys to see something completelydifferent. Yes, today we are staying in the Vallée deJoux, home of complicated watchmaking and we are going to visit …

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