From burnt pies to traffic jams to last year's giant power outage, everyone has a story to tell about this uniquely American holiday. We'll hear tales from around the Granite State about how we gather on this day, and look at what makes Thanksgiving so linked to tradition.
- Rick Broussard - editor of New Hampshire Magazine and a longtime writer about the state's culture and history
- Jason Hirsch - national food editor for the Associated Press, author of three cookbooks, including Beating the Lunchbox Blues.
- Gerri King - social psychologist, author, and former family therapist
— The Exchange (@NHPRExchange) November 25, 2015