On November 24, the famous Thanksgiving Day was celebrated in the United States. Its origin is religious, but President Abraham Lincoln officially proclaimed it in 1863, precisely to give thanks to God for abundant harvests.
Commemorating this celebration, which is held annually on the last Thursday of November, a chef decided to give thanks, sharing a succulent banquet with those most in need, prepared at Bea’s Kitchen restaurant in New York.
The surprised subway passengers discovered with emotion that an improvised table inside one of the carriages was set up to place different aluminum trays, which contained delicious prepared foods.
Among the food that was offered completely free was the traditional turkey, some macaroni and cheese, which looked delicious, as well as different side dishes to accompany the main course. Just seeing such a banquet already made our mouths water.
In addition, on the table we could also observe different bottles, which seemed to contain intoxicating drinks, since the traditional toast could not be missing on such an important date.
It is clear that everyone had a great time, because although the celebration was a bit improvised, due to the place where they were, it was noticeable that the atmosphere was filled with festivity and joy. Bravo to this generous chef, who he did not hesitate to thank, sharing his talent with people.