9 Min Released Nov 17, 2016

Calvin Trillin's Thanksgiving Campaign: Spaghetti Carbonara Day (Rebroadcast)

In honor of Trillin's campaign to change the national Thanksgiving dish from turkey to spaghetti carbonara, we ask him to read his 1981 essay. Listen to him tell the tale of the very first Thanksgiving dinner, and then maybe start a campaign of your own. Happy Thanksgiving, turkeys. This episode was originally released on November 24, 2015. 

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