November 22, 2012
ALL ALONG THE ANGLOSPHERE:
Posted by Orrin Judd at November 22, 2012 10:45 AMAn increasing number of Icelanders are joining Americans and Canadians in celebrating Thanksgiving, which is today.Turkey is also growing in popularity, according to Jón Magnús Jónsson, the manager of the biggest turkey farm in Iceland. "[Thanksgiving] was almost non-existent ten years ago, at least there was very little of it, but this has changed and people celebrate it as a new festival."
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