It's tradition. OK, whatever.I'm talking turkey, of course. I will go out on a limb and bet that most of us are going to be eating turkey this week. I will also be so bold as to suggest most of us aren't really fans of the big bird.Face it. Turkey isn't all that great. It's a dry, rather bland meat. And it doesn't matter how you baste it, soak it, broil it, or deep-fry the darn thing, it's still a turkey. Which is precisely why God invented green bean casserole -- so we don't all starve to death on Thanksgiving.Why do we continue to eat the stuff, then? If memory serves me, the tradition of eating turkey in November is a big shout-out to that first Thanksgiving. You know, the one where all the pilgrims and the friendly Native Americans (who would only later find out they had no title insur...
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