Survey: Are You Making a Turkey for Thanksgiving?

The Thanksgiving turkey is so iconic, so embedded in the collective conscience of people in the USA, that it's hard to imagine Thanksgiving without it. Yet some households forgo the ceremony of placing that burnished bird in the center of the table. Maybe you're a vegetarian or vegan, or maybe you don't like turkey. Maybe your family considers Thai or Chinese or Mexican food traditional. Or maybe your household is small and a chicken is more practical. If you're not serving a turkey this year, what will you serve?

Related:
Good Question: What Should I Cook for a Smaller Thanksgiving Dinner?
Ode to an Unconventional Thanksgiving
Thanksgiving for Every-vore: One Recipe Two Ways

(Image: Deck the Holidays)

You Might Also Like

Around the Web

Categories

Autumn, Thanksgiving

Dana Velden is a freelance food writer. She lives, eats, plays, and gets lost in Oakland, California where she is in the throes of raising her first tomato plant.