Now, since I work in retail, I do understand about the Christmas thing, and even I start my Christmas shopping in October. But as a food lover, I am incensed that the one true food-centric holiday, even if it is too tightly bound in tradition, is given such short shrift between Halloween and Christmas in most places. Thank heaven I work in a kitchenware store and WE know how to promote a delicious Thanksgiving. There is no other holiday where the point of it is just to sit around the table and feast, giving thanks for what you have and those around you. Shame, isn't it?
|Thankful that Kitchen Kapers, where I work,|
has the Thanksgiving Spirit, at least until Black Friday.
...This photo is from the store in Ardmore PA.