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For as long as I can remember, Thanksgiving has been a huge family affair. It is a day when all of our family comes together – all 50 of us.
Typically, my aunts spend all day cooking both Korean and traditional American Thanksgiving dishes. It is a really wonderful way to acknowledge their Korean ancestry and their children’s American upbringing. However, this Thanksgiving we are doing things a little differently. This will be the first year I am hosting Thanksgiving dinner in our new home, which we moved into in September. It will also be the first Thanksgiving we celebrate without my father, who passed away suddenly a few days after Christmas last year.