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FATHERS' DAY / NATIONAL TURKEY LOVERS DAY

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  • donniemdonniem Posts: 483 ✭✭✭✭✭ Graduate

    Happy Father's Day to all you dads on the forum. Hope you have a great one!!

    NATIONAL TURKEY LOVERS’ DAY

    National Turkey Lovers’ Day on the third Sunday in June each year demands we make room for turkey on the menu this summer.

    With turkey being enjoyed more often in the spring and summer than ever before, it is the established year-round meat because of its versatility. Ground turkey, turkey tenderloin, turkey sausage, and turkey bacon are some of the more popular ways to enjoy this delicious meat. Summertime grilling includes turkey burgers, turkey drumsticks, turkey breast, and turkey hot dogs. Delis offer turkey sandwiches as a popular lunch choice, too. Turkey adds to the fast and fresh convenience for consumers who love the option for its healthy lean protein and tasty flavor.

    HOW TO OBSERVE NATIONAL TURKEY LOVERS’ DAY

    Enjoy your favorite form of turkey today. Invite some friends over, fire up the grill, and make some turkey burgers and turkey dogs. Host a turkey cookoff and challenge your friends to bring their best turkey recipes. Whether they grill, add it to salads or sandwiches, or even soups, the results will be amazing! Make it an annual event and keep the flavors coming.

    Turkey is one thing I believe I could eat almost every day without tiring of it, along with, of course, BBQ. What's your favorite way to enjoy this bird ?

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