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Roasting a turkey on a hearth required constant attention, as well as a few hours. When Thanksgiving became a national holiday in the late 18th century, turkey was already taking its place on the table. But you didn't pop it in the oven and come back later, instead cooking was an action verb. Basting, turning, smelling ... all these require attention. But with the family busy in the same room with their own duties, it was truly a family holiday.
Observing Thanksgiving at Old Bethpage Village is an excellent way of seeing how things were done. The smell of roast turkey wafts over the landscape, and when you step into the kitchen, it's as heady an aroma as any you've ever experienced. So stoned on the scents of Thanksgiving that you're beset by visions of Norman Rockwell.
Penultimate moment of Thanksgiving dinner in the late 1800s from Old Bethpage VIllage Restoration as a fine art print. The ultimate moment? That first bite.
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Lustre has a satin-like sheen and a modestly textured surface which you can see when the light angle is just right.
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Heavy, 310g paper with a subtle texture. This acid-free paper is 100% cotton fiber and is finished with a water-based protective spray. With stunning colors and matte finish, photos take on the look similar to a painting.
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