here is some fun trivia from njpalisades:
Turkeys can fly 40 – 55 miles per hour.
Turkeys can run 12 miles per hour.
Turkeys can dig through four to six inches of ice and snow to reach food in the winter.
Turkeys were not only an important source of food for Native Americans, but their feathers were also used for religious ornamentation.
can't get enough? ever wonder what the h*ll that thing dangling from the turkey's beak is called? here are more turkey facts. find out what other countries call this bird at wiki.
as i was listening to the radio today, they were talking about the difference between cooking a stuffed bird vs. an unstuffed one. well the unstuffed one takes significantly less time to cook.
cooking advice, a hotline number and a chart for roasting times are here.
enjoy your dinner. turkey is good anytime of the year but best enjoyed with family & friends.