Back in 2010, I came up with an idea where you could have the foods that are traditionally served at Thanksgiving more than once a year. Being as Thanksgiving dinner is my favorite meal, this was important to me. So I came up with a brainstorm to have this meal in May, that way, it would be six months in between Thanksgiving, which is celebrated in November, and in that way it would always be only half a year until the next turkey dinner. I dubbed this holiday "Turko de Mayo." The beauty of this holiday is that you can observe it any day in May that fits your schedule! Here are some pictures from various Turko de Mayos I have celebrated. If these images don't make your mouth water for turkey, I don't know what will!
The first Turko de Mayo, May 7th, 2010:
The second edition of Turko de Mayo, held on May 31st, 2011:
I couldn't find pictures of the third one, but here's Turko de Mayo IV, from May 29th, 2013:
All the fixin's from Turko de Mayo V, May 30th, 2014:
A closeup of the succulent bird, from May 29th, 2015:
Everything I served for Turko de Mayo VII, held on May 30th, 2016:
A nice, big plump turkey from May 31st, 2017:
Last year's edition of Turko de Mayo, number IX, held on May 29th, 2018:
When Turko de Mayo X is over, I'll be sure to post some images from it.