We in the UK have adopted many events from the US like Halloween i wonder why we don't have a thanks giving day! I'd happily cook up some treats!
Turkey only at Xmas here as well. And now I just buy a turkey rolled up roast, Brest meat with a stuffing. Thought I had a pic. Nah. With cranberry jelly,yummy.
Do you guys always have turkey at Thanksgiving? At Christmas in the UK that has become the tradition.
I do. I think most people have turkey, Some might have a ham as well. One of the things I love about turkey, is the rare occasion when I like leftovers like turkey sandwiches, turkey tetrazzini, and I'll bet that's where turkey croquettes came from.
The breast/white meat is my favorite part. Love the stuffing and cranberry sauce too.
May do turkey tenderloins with mushroom marsala sauce, since I'm not a fan of gravy.
So would I, although I'm not entirely sure what we would be 'giving thanks' for in the UK. OTOH the American tradition has mixed roots so I am sure we could invent a reason.