Another Thanksgiving is in the books - and we want to hear all about your menu. Did you have turkey? Turnips? Sushi? Eels? What did you do with your leftovers? Do you have any unique traditions? Share with us! Visit NYPL’s newly launched Thanksgiving Project to submit photos, videos, stories or audio clips about your experiences with one of the year’s most beloved midday meals - Thanksgiving. Select stories will be part of an upcoming exhibition focused around “lunch.” So share! We want what you’re having!! In the meantime, we have some amazing examples in our Digital Gallery of prior Thanksgiving meals, including The Plaza Hotel’s menu from 1899, a soldier’s hand-written description of Thanksgiving in 1918 and a menu from a train passenger station from 1899 (which is seen above and included potato chips, celery and green peas).