Thanksgiving is almost upon us! Let's talk turkey, shall we?
Thanksgiving Cheat Sheet
This site has more information than I could possibly ever tell you about. It covers everything from "How to Cook a Turkey" to "The Right Way to Store Leftovers". These easy recipes, menus, and helpful how- tos will help you simplify — and enjoy — Thanksgiving this year.
Why Do We Eat Turkey for Thanksgiving?
Although juicy and tender butterball turkeys are the main cuisine of today's Thanksgiving celebrations, these birds were NOT ALWAYS the most popular centerpieces on the first Thanksgiving tables.
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- The long fleshy skin that hangs over a turkey's beak is called a snood.
- The color of a wild turkey's naked head and neck area can change blue when mating.
- Male turkeys are nicknamed "toms" while females are called "hens."
- When turkeys reach maturity they can have as many as 3,500 feathers!
- Faster than a speeding bullet--Wild turkeys can run up to 55 miles an hour!