Category Archives: turkey

A French-American Thanksgiving Leftover Mash-up

Ah, the detritus of Thanksgiving – the carcasses, the mess, the clash of traditions – and that’s just the guest dynamics!  Then there are the food leftovers. To some, the leftovers look just as good as the meal.  I’m not one … Continue reading

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Delusions of Adequacy: Supermarket Turkey & What to Do About It

We  have been led to expect our food look perfect.   As far as turkey is concerned, the quest for a perfect looking white turkey breast  has resulted in breeding  bizarre, ungainly beasts that can no longer run, fly or even reproduce without artificial … Continue reading

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