1. How long did the Pilgrims' voyage to the "New World" last: 22 days, 44 days, 66 days or 88 days?
(ANSWER: 66 days)
2. Approximately what percentage of American homes eats turkey on Thanksgiving?
3. True or false: Pocahontas saved the pilgrims?
(ANSWER: False, they never saw each other)
4. When did Macy's Thanksgiving Day Parade start: 1898, 1907, 1915 or 1924?
5. Which President first proclaimed Thanksgiving as a national holiday?
(ANSWER: Abraham Lincoln)
6. A male turkey is called a tom. What is a female turkey called?
(ANSWER: A hen)
7. True or false: the pilgrims took beer with them on their voyage?
8. Which country first adopted Thanksgiving as a national holiday?
9. What is the best way to defrost a turkey: in a microwave oven, in cold water, in direct sunlight or in the refrigerator?
(ANSWER: In the refrigerator)
10. Between these two Thanksgiving favorites, which is higher in calories: pumpkin pie or pecan pie?
(ANSWER: Pecan pie)
11. True or false: eating with your hands and spitting on the floor were approved table manners at the first Thanksgiving?
12. What is the name of the famous rock where the pilgrims first landed?
(ANSWER: Plymouth Rock)
13. Which two NFL teams play home games every Thanksgiving Day?
(ANSWER: Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys)
14. True or false: the song "Jingle Bells" was written for Thanksgiving?
15. What was the name of the ship the pilgrims came over on?
16. Which country consumes the most turkey per year per capita: United States, Canada, Israel or China?
17. True or false: popcorn was served at the first Thanksgiving celebration in 1621?
18. The first Thanksgiving in 1621 lasted how many days?
19. Butterball says the best place to put the meat thermometer is in: the thigh, the breast, the wing or the cavity?
(ANSWER: The thigh)
20. In Canada, they celebrate Thanksgiving in what month?
21. Yes or no: can wild turkeys fly?
(ANSWER: Yes, at speeds up to 55 mph)
22. Which contains fewer calories: a slice of apple pie or a slice of pumpkin pie?
(ANSWER: A slice of pumpkin pie)
23. Back in the 1600s the pilgrims didn't have which one of the following utensils: knives, forks or spoons?
24. Approximately what percent of American homes eat turkey on Christmas: 40%, 50%, 60% or 70%?
25. What is the name of the skin that hangs from a turkey's neck?