According to the WSJ, Thanksgiving supplies are low this season due to supply chain issues. Supplies of food and household items are 4% to 11% lower than normal as of Oct. 31, according to data from market-research firm IRI. That figure isn’t far from the bare shelves of March 2020, when supplies were down 13%. Some of these items are Turkey at 60% down in supply, Cranberries, sweet potatoes, yams, and stuffing. Seems like most of the main course dishes are going to be a challenge. Guess we have to start looking into other options.