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Here at PBS NewsHour, we’re already thinking about Thanksgiving. Turkey, stuffing and pumpkin pies, there’s a lot to think about. We’re planning a full week of food stories for the week of Thanksgiving, including a story on food and memory, food insecurity and local food.
The term “locavore” was coined by Jessica Prentice in 2005 and refers to someone who eats locally-grown food produced within a 100-mile radius, although the exact distance is flexible. We’re looking for people who are planning a locally-sourced Thanksgiving meal. We’d like to hear your reasons for sticking to food found within a 100-mile radius, your tips for others wishing to do the same, and your favorite recipes.
Share your Thanksgiving story with us by filling out this Public Insight Network form or emailing Audience Engagement Specialist Bridget Shirvell at email@example.com.