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  • Cranberries are a major commercial crop in certain American states and Canadian provinces (see cultivation and uses below). Most cranberries are processed into products such as juice, sauce, jam, and sweetened dried cranberries, with the remainder sold fresh to consumers. Cranberry sauce is regarded as an indispensable part of traditional American and Canadian Thanksgiving menus and some European winter festivals.[3]Since the early 21st century within the global functional food industry, raw cranberries have been marketed as a "superfruit" due to their nutrient content and antioxidant qualities.[4][5][dead link]
  • This is usually in September through the first part of November. To harvest cranberries, the beds are flooded with six to eight inches of water above the vines. A harvester is driven through the beds to remove the fruit from the vines. For the past 50 years, water reel type harvesters have been used. Harvested cranberries float in the water and can be corralled into a corner of the bed and conveyed or pumped from the bed. From the farm, cranberries are taken to receiving stations where they are cleaned, sorted, and stored prior to packaging or processing.
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  • Thanksgiving 2012 powerpoint

    1. 1. Thanksgiving History Tradition Food Culture
    2. 2. What is Thanksgiving?
    3. 3. Short Video – “History ofThanksgiving” http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=hNbAHHqtgIU
    4. 4. The First Thanksgiving
    5. 5. In the year _____, life was very hard 162in England. 0
    6. 6. Some people suffered religiouspersecution because they didn’tagree with the_____ and his religion. KIN G
    7. 7. They wanted a better life. So theydecided to leave ENGLAN ________ and Dtravel to America.
    8. 8. They travelled on a boat called the_________. It was a stormy and MAYFLOWE Rcrowded journey.
    9. 9. After 9, hard weeks at sea, thePilgrims finally arrived in America.They named the land_____________. NEW ENGLAND
    10. 10. But, the pilgrims were not preparedfor the cold ______ season. WINTER
    11. 11. Sadly, more than half of the Pilgrims_____ during their first year inAmerica. DIED
    12. 12. However, some of the pilgrims did_________ and they were verygrateful to God and the Native SURVIVEAmericans.
    13. 13. They met a friendlyNative Americantribe TAUGH who ______themThow to survivein their new land.
    14. 14. Their first harvest was bountiful.They celebrated their good fortuneby having a big feast with the ______Americans. NATIVE
    15. 15. Today, Americans still celebrate thisevent with a big feast and by givingthanks for all that we have. We callthis day ____________. THANKSGIVIN G
    16. 16. Families get together
    17. 17. We watch football!The Dallas Cowboys always play onThanksgiving Day.
    18. 18. We watch theMacy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade!
    19. 19. Thanksgiving Food Turkey Ham Cranberry Sauce Roll s
    20. 20. Sweet Potato Mashed Green Bean CasseroleCasserole PotatoesBroccoli Cheese Dressin Pumpkin PieCasserole g
    21. 21. Different Ways to Cook a TurkeyBake / Smoke FryRoast http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Kspx1oOP_fEFrying isDangerous
    22. 22. Unique Thanksgiving Foods
    23. 23. Black Friday The Friday after thanksgiving, there are crazy sales in popular stores in the USA.  http://video.today.msnbc.msn.com/today/49883432/ #49883432
    24. 24. Black Friday Article: (1 of 4) Black Friday refers to the day just after Thanksgiving in the US. Because so many companies have a four day weekend, many people begin their Christmas shopping on this day. (Thanksgiving always falls on a Thursday in the US, and then people have Friday, Saturday, and Sunday off from work.) Black Friday is often reported as one of the busiest shopping days of the year. Shopping malls are packed with people, parking lots are crowded, and lines at stores are very, very long. Some stores even open at five or six in the morning because there are so many people. Other stores have discounts and sales to draw even more customers.
    25. 25. Black Friday Article: (2 of 4) The word "black" to describe the Friday likely began in Philadelphia in the mid-1960s. Traffic jams filled the roads into the downtown area every year. The stores and sidewalks were overflowing with shoppers. The experience for so many of the people who ventured downtown was stressful and chaotic. It was a terrible, or black, day. Because other cities around the country similarly experienced traffic jams, busy stores, and too many shoppers on the day after Thanksgiving, the term spread. Black Friday became a common idiom in American English.
    26. 26. Black Friday Article: (3 of 4) Although many people may see the day after Thanksgiving negatively, retailers have a very different opinion. Its their best opportunity to improve earnings for the year, and take the business out of the red (loss) and into the black (profit). For example, if sales were slow in the spring, summer, and fall, then the store must attract many customers and make many sales between Thanksgiving and Christmas. The first and most important day of this last chance shopping season is Black Friday.
    27. 27. Black Friday Article: (4 of 4) Of course, there are some people who dislike Black Friday. There are some people who hate the day and its crowds very much. But there are also some people who strongly oppose the shopping day because they believe it harms society. They think that people should consume less and reuse resources more, and so have created a day called "Buy Nothing Day." It falls on the same day as Black Friday, and it encourages people to buy nothing, of course. However, for most people, Black Friday just presents one more opportunity to go shopping. For those who dont like shopping,
    28. 28. Comprehension Questions:1. What is the day just after Thanksgiving called inthe US?2. What happens on that day?3. Where did the term begin?4. Why do retailers like Black Friday?5. The article calls Black Friday a last chanceshopping season? What does this mean?6. The article comments about people who opposeBlack Friday. What did they do?7. Why do they oppose shopping?
    29. 29. What are you thankful for?
    30. 30. I amThankful For…
    31. 31. I am thankful for myShewife! is pretty, smart, andloving.I get too serious orWhenstressed out, she makes melaugh and gives me a hug.Without her, I would be sad andlonely. I am so thankful for my wife!
    32. 32. I am thankful for Burger It isKing cheap, and tasty,I convenient. went to burger king onSaturday. They gave me acoupon for a whopper, Frenchfries, and a drink. That wasvery nice of them. King I would be Without Burger a little sad, but I would go to McDonalds instead. I am so thankful for Burger King!
    33. 33. Make a thankful turkey from the outlineof your hand.
    34. 34. Decorate your thankful handturkey.
    35. 35. How to MakeCranberry Sauce
    36. 36.  Cranberries are harvested in the fall when the fruit takes on its distinctive deep red color.
    37. 37. Uses Dried Juice Sauce
    38. 38. Cranberry SauceIngredientsWater Orange Juice Sugar Cranberries
    39. 39. 1. Combine all ingredients in a smallsaucepan.
    40. 40. 2. Stir ingredients together onmedium heat
    41. 41. 3. Bring to aboil. The cranberries will pop open.
    42. 42. 4. Don’t let it boil over the sides likethis!
    43. 43. 5. Simmer the sauce for about20 minutes until it thickens.
    44. 44. 6. Remove from heat and let cool.The sauce will continue to thicken.
    45. 45. Return7. Enjoy! Cranberry Sauce

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