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Thanksgiving, with its mountainous feast of turkey, stuffing, potatoes and cranberries, is a uniquely American holiday. While other countries, such as Canada, also celebrate the holiday, albeit on a different day, it is a tradition that hasn’t made its way around the world just yet.

A group of people from Ireland who enjoy trying different foods, drinks, traditions, and culture from around the world, came together to try traditional Thanksgiving food.

The group sampled butternut squash soup, scalloped potatoes, spiced roasted carrots, turkey, stuffing, cranberry sauce, and lastly, pecan pie.

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If their reactions were any judge, the group seemed like they enjoyed the food.

“That is delicious,” one of the participants exclaimed about the scalloped potatoes.

“This is better than apple pie,” another quipped about the pecan pie.

If this video is any indication, Ireland should pick up on the tradition of giving thanks and stuffing themselves every fourth Thursday in November.

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