What is Thanksgiving and why usually associated with turkeys? Who celebrates Thanksgiving ? Here’s all you need to know about Thanksgiving. What is Thanksgiving? When is Thanksgiving celebrated?
Thanksgiving is a public holiday celebrated in the USA, Canada, the Caribbean and the Republic of Liberia. Thanksgiving has started to be celebrated in order to thank the harvest and last year. Thanksgiving themed festivals are also held in Germany and Japan. You can also find 10 Most Popular Thanksgiving Casserole Recipes at bottom of this post.
When is Thanksgiving celebrated?
Thanksgiving is celebrated in Canada on the second Monday of October, and in the United States on the fourth of November on Thursday. Thanksgiving is based on religion and cultural traditions, it has long been celebrated as a secular holiday.
How did Thanksgiving start?
As a matter of fact, almost every nation celebrates many important days with gratitude for harvest. Thanksgiving celebrated in North America is based on the British traditions that came with the Reform movements.
In the British tradition, Thanksgiving and special Thanksgiving religious services became important during the 8th Henry Reformation. Thanksgiving was born as a reaction to the religious days in the Catholic Calendar in England. Before 1536, there were 95 church days and 52 Sunday services. With the reform in 1536, the number of church days decreased to 27. But some Puritans wanted to eliminate all church days, including Christmas and Easter. These days instead of ‘Fasting Days’ or ‘Thanksgiving Days’ wanted to be brought.
Sudden disasters and judicial threats as ‘Fasting Days’; the things given by God, such as special gratitude, were called ‘Thanksgiving’. Fasting Days were organized for the drought in 1611, the flood disaster in 1613 and the plague epidemic in 1604 and 1622, while Thanksgiving was held in 1588 against the Spanish Armada and the ruling of Queen Anne of Great Britain in 1705.
An unusual Thanksgiving celebration in 1606 was developed with the revelation of the Gunpowder Conspiracy in 1605 and the Guy Fawkes Night on November 5th.
Here are the 10 Most Popular Thanksgiving Casserole Recipes
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1. Cheesy Brussels Sprouts Casserole By Delish
2. Mexican Cheesy Ground Beef and Rice Casserole By Oh Sweet Basil
3. Sweet Potato Casserole By Crunchy Creamy Sweet
4. Twice Baked Potato Casserole By Plowing Through Life
5. Easy Beef Stew Casserole By The Typical Mom
6. Sweet Potato Chili Casserole By Dear Crissy
7. French Onion Beef Casserole By Life in the Lofthouse
8. Enchilada Casserole By Taste of Home
9. Pumpkin French Toast Casserole By Just So Tasty
10. Turkey Mexican Casserole By Six Sisters Stuff
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