POPSUGAR Food Thanksgiving Are You Ready for Thanksgiving? by Food 11/21/07 0 Shares Like us on Facebook Sign up for our daily newsletter > Follow us on Pinterest Source Read More ThanksgivingPoll Thanksgiving 64 Crafty Handmade Gift Ideas A 3-Ingredient Cocktail That Packs a Punch Here's How to Make the Thanksgiving Sandwich Ross Threw a Fit Over on Friends Black Friday Not Your Jam? Live Vicariously Through These Movies POPSUGAR, the #1 independent media and technology company for women. Where more than 75 million women go for original, inspirational content that feeds their passions and interests. Get Inspired With Our Living Newsletter Personalize Love and Sex Home Tech Vegetarian DIY Food Sign up with facebook or By signing up, I agree to the Terms and to receive emails from POPSUGAR. aimeeb 7 years twinkle, that's true. I live 25 mns from Plymouth Rock. aimeeb 8 years It's the celebration of the Pilgrims coming to America, not anywhere else. aimeeb 8 years Twinkle, you hit the nail right on the head. It's really only a US thing. Twinkle1 8 years Thanksgiving is an American holiday so it should come as no surprise that Yum's foreign readers don't celebrate it. michichan 8 years Shocking how many don't celebrate it. -Maryan- 8 years we don't celebrate Thanksgiving here kelsey6 8 years Another Canadian, so it was last month, but I didn't celebrate it then because I was in the middle of midterms :( No turkey and stuffing for me this year, woe! michichan 8 years I dunno, I find canadian thanksgiving too close to the halloween candy rush. kkane 8 years am also canadian and feel that it seems much more sensible to have t-giving in october. not so close to christmas then. at any rate, last month i cooked the whole thing for 10. in my 984 sq ft house. needless to say it was not a sit down affair. but the turkey was moist, the pumpkin pie excellent and the best part was when my guests did the dishes! (no room for dishwasher in 984 sq ft. house) Jennipoo 8 years Yes Tralalala! We had our thanksgiving in October! Happy Thanksgiving to the USofA! tralalala 8 years Canadians had thanksgiving last month :) either way. I brought sdtuff, but didnt have to make the meal gruaig_rua 8 years No thanksgiving here :( fashionhore 8 years The one I am making isn't until Friday, so I have tomorrow night to prepare. I feel pretty good though I could stand to get a little help! ddene5713 8 years sad thing is, i have the opportunity to go to my family's house in tahoe but im prob going to get together with a few friends and just make our own dinner. michichan 8 years Liss, what's your pumpkin roll? Hope5 8 years Yes :) Liss1 8 years We are going to my in-laws so i am not cooking. But i am baking a few pies and a pumpkin roll and i will bake those tonight after work. Let's hope i don't eat any of it tonight :) catschi 8 years when actually is thanksgiving? monkey84 8 years I'm English so don't celebrate Thanksgiving, just a normal day for us! carito8 8 years No stress for me! :D I don't celebrate Thanksgiving. designergirl 8 years I've already made bread, appetizers, pie crust, and pastry cream. I still have so much cooking and cleaning to do today, though. And a trip to the liquor store- why do I always pick dishes that call for liquors I don't have? SummerBaby 8 years well since i dont live in the US.. i already had it!... but when i did have it.. i wasn't cooking so i was always ready!! i just had to show up! :) partysugar 8 years My turkey stock for the gravy is done. The pie crust is chilling in the fridge. I've also got the makings for a chocolate cake all ready to assemble. The cake is for tonight's dinner. I like to spoil my brother when he comes home and he asked me to make him a decadent dessert. Today I will be doing all the prep: toasting the bread for stuffing, chopping the veggies, squeezing juice for cranberries, etc. I, too am feeling quite nervous! mamaseacat 8 years I'm ready but I feel nervous. Like I'm missing something. syako 8 years Yeah, mom's got the dinner going - I did bake some DELICIOUS cookies last night to contribute. YUM!