Plymouth Rocks The Brine
The Thanksgiving tradition started in Plymouth, Massachusetts in 1621 as a celebration of survival and friendship between the pilgrims and the Wampanoag Indians. It is alleged that turkeys were served at the first feast, but they were not the main dish. Today, however, turkey has become the symbol of this American holiday.
Have you always had trouble cooking the perfect bird for your family feast? If you have, Boston Spice has come up with a simple solution, our "Plymouth Rocks the Brine" dry brinning spice.
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