Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
Andrew Sun
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Thanksgiving 2020: tradition, turkey and gluttony in a year where there’s not much to be thankful for

  • Thanksgiving is usually celebrated with friends and family, and traditional dishes include turkey and pumpkin pie
  • This year will be different because of social distancing, but the feasts will no doubt be in full force

Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
Thanksgiving is a time for feasting with friends and family. Covid-19 may have changed that, but the gluttony and excess will continue. Photo: Shutterstock
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Andrew Sun

Andrew Sun

Andrew Sun has dabbled in many shades of the media spectrum for 25 years, from college radio, TV, print and online columnist to starting film festivals, managing music labels and authoring food books. Someday he will figure what he wants to be when he grows up.