It was a great Thanksgiving. My wife ordered a whole turkey from a butcher on Rechov Emeq Refaim, one of Jerusalem's nicer shopping and restaurant streets, several weeks ago. Turkey is common in Israel; whole turkeys are not. She bought cranberry sauce and all the other traditional accompaniments.
We also bought some challahs that formed the basis of a very tasty stuffing after they became stale. (I have no clue how that works.) My wife, daughter, and daughter-in-law spent a good amount of time cooking and talking about cooking some great food.