WESTON — Thanksgiving is a day Mohammed Fotouhi loves to celebrate. “I’m an immigrant in this country and I’m grateful for that,” he says, in the kitchen of his home here. “To me, it’s the most meaningful holiday because it’s about being thankful for what you have.”
Most years, Fotouhi and his wife, Parvine, both born in Iran, host their immediate and extended family for the annual feast. This year’s gathering includes daughters Leila, 38, and Rana, 36, and son Nader, 24, Parvine’s mother and brother and his family, Fotouhi’s 91-year old father, who lives in Brookline, and a handful of cousins and their children. There will be 20 around the table.