Thanksgiving is almost here, which means we start seeing turkeys everywhere—on TV, in our children's school drawings, running through our dreams every single night while we sleep ... you get the idea. And eventually these poor turkeys will be inside many of our overstuffed stomachs as well.
I love me some turkey, ham, or even lamb when it comes to holiday meals but I don't want to get to know my dinner before I cook it up. A farm is giving people the chance to "adopt" a turkey, name it, and even visit the poor SOB before it's killed for your dinning enjoyment.
Is it okay to purchase a fully cooked compete turkey dinner in a box? It's understandable that cooking a turkey and Thanksgiving meal can be daunting, but thanks to a little thing called the internet, it's easy to find a millon ways to prepare anything. Other than growing laziness, we can't imagine many reasons to make this sort of purchase, unless your receipt also has cat litter and vodka on it which means you're lonelier than us.
A group of college kids killed off by a psycho murderer around the Thanksgiving holiday - Sounds like the perfect set up for a great B-movie to me, but then you find who the killer is in "Thankskilling". A fouled mouth, puppet-ed, turkey. This is the crown jewel of low budget, horror films.
Tryptophan, turkey, and Thanksgiving have become synonymous with one another but does anyone really know exactly what tryptophan actually is and if if actually makes you as sleepy as it's fabled to do? The truth is shocking: the levels of tryptophan in turkey is no different than any other poultry - and some other common foods have a much higher level of the amino acid than turkey does.
It wouldn't be thanksgiving without watching some people almost kill themselves by deep frying a turkey. I'm sure there is a right way to do this, but no one has seemed to master it yet. The best part is that thanks to YouTube we can watch idiot, after idiot almost destroy their homes all for some greasy goodness. I belie
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