Thanksgiving day is celebrated in the United States on the fourth Thursday of November as a day to give thanks for the blessings received during the year. Traditionally, Americans celebrate this holiday by having a feast at home with family and loved ones. However, if you are away and cannot be home with your loved ones, you can send them a Thanksgiving gift basket with your warm wishes to let them know you have not forgotten about them. If you are invited to a friend's house for the holiday, you may also want to send the host or hostess a gift of the harvest season. This post provides some ideas for Thanksgiving gifts.
Historically, Thanksgiving Day was established to give thanks for bountiful harvest. You can send your warm greetings and share the season's bounty with this beautiful fall gourmet gift basket. Decorated with fall leaves and pumpkins, the attractive copper finish basket with wood handles is filled with delicious chocolate caramel salted cookies, old fashioned vanilla caramels, Chamberry truffles, grained mustard, French onion dip mix. honey wheat dipping pretzels, popcorn ball, corn cob popcorn, Smokey cheese straws, and smoked salami. Your recipients will sure be thankful for your generosity and thoughtfulness.
This keepsake log cabin gift basket will provide your recipients with reminiscence of brisk fall days and abundant harvest. Decorated with fall leaves and a handsome bow, the unique pine log cabin planter is filled with Fall favorites like Harvest coffee (a sweet blend of spice and pumpkin), smoked almonds, chocolate chip cookies, Ghirardelli caramel filled milk chocolate bar, summer sausage, Nunes smoked almonds, Brie cheese spread, Tavolare sweet n salty snack mix, and Vidalia onion crackers. This delicious gift will sure deliver the harvest bounty to your recipients.