Todays prompt on BlogHer would be:
What was your worst Thanksgiving food fail?
Well... I've just celebrated Thanksgiving the American way a couple of times, and so far (knock on wood) NO FAILS!
I would love to take the chance and tell you about German Thanksgiving though.
Over here you celebrate the Mayflower, Pilgrims, Turkeys etc. In Germany, Thanksgiving is "Erntedank". Which means.... SURPRISE!!! -> "Thanksgiving". It's not a huge holiday, but it is the time of the year where Christians decorate churches in a very beautiful way with everything they harvested from the fields this season. It is a Christian holiday in Germany. Some communities have some kind of a parade.
Since I'm currently not in Germany, I can only share pictures from Wikipedia. But hey, they give you an idea of what "Erntedank" looks like: