As we head into the week of Thanksgiving, we’re reminded of the connection between good food and fellowship. Nearly 400 years ago, food brought the Plymouth colonists and Wampanoag Indians together for the first Thanksgiving feast. Although these two groups of people had their differences, they were able to put them aside and enjoy the fellowship of each other over a good meal.
If you flash forward to 2017, Thanksgiving still continues to bring together groups of people to enjoy a meal together. It’s the beloved traditions of helping grandma bake a pumpkin pie, dancing in the kitchen while peeling potatoes, and stuffing yourself silly with turkey that make this holiday something to look forward to each year, and food plays a front and center role.
As you gather around the table this year with family and friends for your smorgasbord of a feast, we hope you take a moment to reflect on what this holiday means to you and live in the moment. Show gratitude to those that have traveled far to arrive at your table and be thankful that you have so many loved ones to enjoy a meal with.
There has always been a close relationship between food and family at Brunetti Pizza. In fact, a shared passion for good food is what reconnected father and son founders of Brunetti Pizza, Michael and Jason Brunetti (aka Pop and Sonny). This duo has perfected the art of making their ideal Neapolitan-style pizza, and they love being able to share their passion with the communities in which they serve.
If you want to share a meal with people that feel more like family than friends, come dine with us at Brunetti Pizza. Although we will be closed on Thanksgiving day, our coveted Neapolitan-style pizzas will be a welcomed reprieve from your turkey coma.
On behalf of our entire team at Brunetti Pizza, we wish you a Happy Thanksgiving!