By Robyn Gioia
On September eight, 1565, the Spanish and the local Timucua celebrated with a banquet of Thanksgiving. The Spanish probably provided cocido, a wealthy stew made with red meat, garbanzo beans, and onions. maybe the Timucua supplied wild turkey or venison, or perhaps alligator or tortoise, in addition to corn, beans, and squash.
Learn approximately our genuine first Thanksgiving. find out about Spain and Florida within the 1560s. And make your personal cocido from a recipe supplied during this vital and groundbreaking book.
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America's Real First Thanksgiving: St. Augustine, Florida, September 8, 1565 by Robyn Gioia