By Kimberly Dumo, Contributing Reporter
RIO DE JANEIRO, BRAZIL - Beautiful beaches and sunny weather is the forecast for this year’s Thanksgiving in Rio, not exactly the image typically conjured by Americans far from home on this early winter holiday. Yet those who find themselves in Rio can drum up some holiday comfort thanks to The American Society of Rio de Janeiro (AmSoc Rio), as well as the American-expatriate owned Gringo Café.
The traditional U.S. holiday is meant to bring families and friends together for some good food and drink, giving thanks for all that we have. Just . . .