The contest has ended, but you can still complete the form on the right-hand-side of the blog to tell us your Thanksgiving story!
Submit a Thanksgiving story to the Indiana Humanities Council and win a Thanksgiving Dinner, courtesy of Indiana’s Family of Farmers!
Thanksgiving brings an assortment of culturally significant foods that we pass down through generations. In many ways, the traditional Thanksgiving dinner symbolizes a unique shared food heritage, encompassing native crops and “New World” advantages. What does it symbolize for you and your family? How do you personalize the national tradition?
Submit a response (recipes encouraged!) to ONE of the following questions by Friday, November 19, using the online form to the right of this post titled, Share a Thanksgiving tradition or memory and win! Here are your prompts:
– What does your family cook outside of the typical Thanksgiving meal, and why do you celebrate this food tradition?
– Why are you thankful for your Thanksgiving meal?
– Share a memory about a Thanksgiving meal disaster.
Submit in the column on the right.
We’ll draw two winners and give them $100 towards a Thanksgiving meal.
And, you can submit the same story to WFYI’s Spirited Chase for a chance to have your story read on-air.