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This week, Tidbits focuses on one of the TIDBITSÂŽ CHOWS DOWN ON nation’s favorite holidays, declared a INTERESTING EDIBLES national holiday by Abraham Lincoln in by Sarah Bates 1863. Food nourishes your body gave just uslike • A fortune-telling chicken the Tidbits start nourishes brain! a double with to the your tradition of Get breaking the helping wishbone theseat bits and bites that you might not have Thanksgiving. Over 2,400 years ago, known the people things inhabited we eat andthe drink! the about Etruscan Italian • Did you know there are over superstition 300 different peninsula, and believed a strange varieties of honey in North America alone? related to their 20-letter alphabet. Drawing a Honey, restorer, wasdivided not only circle ainnatural the dirt,energy these early Italians used by ancient cultures it has been found it into 20 wedges, and but placed a kernel of in grain ancient Egyptian There in each wedge,tombs. depicting eachhave letter.also been year old Egyptians As adiscoveries hen nibbledofat4,500 the pieces, a holy man carvings which are some of the earliest was transcribing the letters in order. The depictions of was bee called keeping. high priest upon to interpret the order. chicken’s • Dochicken’s you knowpecking what a pluot is? A It’sdead a complex hybrid collarbone was revered as sacred, and after between a plum and an apricot. It’s traits tend to out in thewith sun,a the unbroken boneare bedrying more plum-like, smooth skin. They wassweet held and by the superstitious as very intense in flavor Etruscans and very juicy. they made a wish. When the Romans began They are not to be confused with an aprium, which th this unusual custom, is practicing also a plum/apricot hybrid that they is 1/4came plum th to blows over the bones, breaking them. and 3/4 apricot. Another plum/apricot hybrid practice What’s evolveda into the holder of is The the plumcot. plum+apricot+peach? theone’s largercalled piecea Peacotum. being granted their wish. That Tradition states that our saying “I need a • The island nation of Grenada in the Caribbean lucky breakâ€? or “I never get a breakâ€? were was named for the pomegranate. So was the result of this ritual. The Romans passed grenadine syrup and the grenade. All come along the superstition to the English, who from the Latin root word punica granatum, brought it to the New World, and, with the which means pomegranate. abundance of turkeys in the area, transferred turnfowl. the page for more! the practice to the native

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THANKSGIVING HOLIDAY (continued): • The dinner table isn’t the only place you’ll find a wishbone on Thanksgiving Day. You might see one during the after-dinner football game, if the offensive line of your team uses a wishbone formation. This occurs when the quarterback surges forward, followed by the fullback, with a halfback on each of his sides. The appearance of these four players gives the appearance of an inverted “Y”, much like the bird’s clavicle. • There are only three fruits that are entirely native to North America – the blueberry, the Concord grape, and the cranberry. A 1680 letter from a colonist to his brother in England was one of the earliest mentions of cranberries. Early Native Americans, who called the fruit “sassamanesh” or “ibimi,” concocted “pemmican” by crushing cranberries and mixing them with dried deer meat. They also used the berries in poultices in order to draw poison from arrow wounds. The bright red juice lent itself nicely to use as a dye for blankets and clothing. European settlers called the berry a “crane berry” because the plant’s drooping flower resembled the head and bill of a crane. • Good and good for you! The tiny cranberry is rich in antioxidants, and may provide important defense against Alzheimer’s Disease. • When the Mayflower sailed into what is now Provincetown Harbor on November 11, 1620, it brought the ancestors of many notable Americans, including several presidents. Both George H.W. Bush and his son can trace their lineage back to the Mayflower, as can the senior Bush’s Vice-President Dan Quayle and presidential wife and mother Barbara Bush. Film icons Orson Welles and Marilyn Monroe share the same ancestor, passenger John Alden, while notables Franklin Roosevelt, U.S. Grant, Sarah Palin, and actor Richard Gere are members of the same family tree. Clint Eastwood descends from Plymouth Colony governor William Bradford, as did Noah Webster of dictionary fame.

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