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I'm surprised that much turkey is eaten on Easter. In my part of the world, Thanksgiving means turkey, Christmas dinner has both turkey and ham, and Easter only has ham (that's why it's called an Easter ham). Happy Thanksgiving.
I was surprised by the Easter item too as I never have thought of Easter featuring turkey. It features ham here as well.Here people feature turkey and ham at Christmas, although I've also seen beef brisket. Occasionally, if I've gotten one, we will have goose at or near Christmas, which of course is traditional but now uncommon.
Oh, and Happy (belated) Thanksgiving to you as well.
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