Tragically, there is no real menu for the first Thanksgiving in 1621. There is some level headed discussion, in any case, whether turkey was on the table. There is even one story where the first aim was to chase for turkey, and all the Pilgrims wound up sacking was a pack of crows. We would figure that those were an insightful cluster of feathered creatures.
So how about we accept that turkey turned into an occasion image later on, and take a gander at a percentage of alternate nourishments that may well have been served at that first Thanksgiving. Keep a few napkins helpful, on the grounds that you are going to begin dribbling something wild.