As you know T-day is not celebrated here in España. Turkey is a popular meat at the end of the year along with suckling pig and some other seasonal favorites. I was a little surprised that the Wikipedia article on Thanksgiving made no mention of the earliest Thanksgiving...
The earliest Thanksgiving events in the British Colonies were held at what is present day Berkeley Plantation in Virginia in 1619 and at Plymouth in present day Massachusetts in 1621.
You do get a clue when it says British Colonies. But there is no mention of the feast held in September of 1565 by the Spaniards and native Timucuan Indians in St. Augustine, Florida. That first Thanksgiving was more than 50 years earlier.
I had no special T-day meal. For lunch I ate a empanada calzone filled with tuna, tomato, onion, sweet pepper and zuchinni along with my usual green salad with olive oil and red wine vinager. I spent four hours cleaning house before Ruben’s arrival on Friday afternoon. For entertainment I went to BBB for Bacon night.
Black Friday I finished cleaning the piso and headed to Diagonal Mar to do some grocery shopping at Alcampo. i did look around at Fnac and MediaMarkt (think Best Buy), but resisted the temptation to buy anything. Since there is no T-day, there is no Black Friday here either. On the other hand the “buying season” lasts longer, until Dia de los Reyes on January 6th.
Seasonal lights are “up” in Barcelona, but not yet lit. There were decorations up at Diagonal Mar, but they had a nautical theme with starfish and clams outlines with blue LEDs. A little strange and not very traditional.