The best way to prepare a turkey for baking is to first of all,
remove all the giblets, including the neck. Many a new cook has
cooked their first turkey with the giblets inside and that really
fouls the bird. Then, brine it. To brine a turkey, you need a large
enough pot to hold the bird so it can …
I believe the following geometers were born in turkey; Thales of
Miletus (c. 630-c 550) Anaximander of Miletus (c. 610-c. 547)
Anaximenes of Miletus (fl. c. 546))
Miletus was a town in the area where today Turkey is. But it is
wrong to say that Anaximander was born in Turkey because we mix
You need to cook it for 20 minutes per lb of turkey.
For best taste, eat your commercially frozen turkey within 6 months. It will be safe to eat for much longer than that since pathogenic bacteria will not grow at proper freezer temperatures - although it may not be as tender and juicy. And this is assuming it has never been defrosted. The quality wil…
After the turkey has been roasted, use the pan drippings to make gravy. First, prepare a roux by melting 1/2 stick of butter in a sauce pan over medium temperature on the stove top. Add aprox 3-4 spoons of flour to the melted butter and cook it making sure the flour doesn't stick to the bo…
Hens will lay eggs around 5-6 months of age depending on the breed. If you want them fertilized you will need a rooster, although having a rooster is not essential for having eggs (they sure are entertaining though!). Some breeds are slow to mature and will not start to lay before 7 to 9 months. Ch…
Well, according to gobbling rates of November 4, 2008, when Sarah Palin had an interview in front of a slaughterhouse where they were killing a turkey, rates have steadily decreased as the turkey is being killed for enjoyment of our family. But, some turkeys get their average 5 minutes of fame (comp…
The answer is not as simple as one might expect.
George H. W, Bush was the first to grant an actual presidential
pardon to the
turkey presented to him at Thanksgiving by the national turkey
foundation in 1989.
Harry Truman may have been given a turkey in 1947 but there is no
record that he pard…
Turkey in WW1
Turkey (or to be more precise, the Ottoman Empire) was an ally of Germany. It fought mainly against the British and also against the Russians (in the Caucasus).
Given its geographical position the Ottoman Empire was a potential threat to links between Britain and India (and the Far…
"Of course, all this progress has a price. Intelligence, for example, seems to have been lost in breeding. In a forthright 1947 manual on turkey farming, author G.T. Klein allows that, although wild turkeys are "wild and wary to the point of genius," those who raise domesticated turkeys "will be dis…
Turkeys do not make good pets. The males become combative when they mature. Answer Not really. They are the ultimate "bird brain." Turkeys are so stupid that they have been known to look up during a rainstorm and drown themselves. Dogs make good pets because they are in the wolf family. Wolves are…
what about California
1 lb per person for moderate leftovers, 1 1/4 or more for more leftovers, or if you have big eaters?
That really depends on how many leftovers you want, and how many meals you would like to make out of it.
:) This is going to be fun to answer.... :) If you marry a Turkish guy, get ready for Turkish babies, :) -Erin R. Yes, but only if he is in full-time education. There should be a point of contact for USCIS at the embassy in Istambul. But, the easiest way would be to take him, necessary paperwork t…
You debeak chickens and turkeys in the same way. First the animal
must be dead and then you use a special machine.
There is NO other country in Turkey.
Oliver Whorwood: Male chickens are called roosters, cocks or cockerels.
In Turkey the best places are in Istanbul which everybody almost knows about. It is a very pretty place. Lots of restaurant, nightlife, cafes, big hotels, and more. I cant explain it, you have to live it. :) The Bosphorus Bridge is beautiful and it is one of the important part of Istanbul and it is …
A chicken clucks and a turkey makes gobble sounds. It doesn't literally have gobbling sounds but it is close. The feathers of a turkey is longer than a chicken. Chickens can't fly, but turkeys can. Usually the wild turkeys can fly. Domesticated ones are to corpulent to fly.
Turkey is a bridge between Asia and Europe. Over 90% of Turkey is
in Asia, but a small portion is in Europe.
Usually the temperature is given on the turkey package. But if not preheat the oven to 325-350 degrees for 15-20 mins
Poult A baby turkey is called a poult. But in Russia it is called a gobblet.
No. The bird we know as turkey is a bird native to the Americas.
Since the Hebrew people were in the Mediteranean area, they could
not have had the bird. It is, however, accepted as a kosher species
throughout the contemporary Jewish world.
no,they eat seeds or ocasanolly dry grass Turkeys have varied diets depending on location conditions and yes the do ingest meat, mostly in the form of insects and ground amphibians such as salamanders and small frogs or toads. Typical of most foragers a turkey will sample whatever food source it fin…
No, only storks, herons and ostriches are mentioned along with the lists of clean and unclean animals. There is no Biblical symbolism to the wild turkey.
Turkey are native only to North America. There was no Turkey in Biblical Geography.
They can and often do on small farms. Turkeys are fed a different type of feed than chickens but both birds will compete for whatever is available.
A turkey is an animal that could be killed and ate if cooked properly. a turkey is a is a tradition on thanksgiving day with stuffing,potatoes,soup and salad. yummy!
According to the website mentioned in the Related Links, the rule of thumb is to pick a bird that weighs 2 pounds more than the number of people you are feeding, e.g., a 10-lb turkey would feed 8 people; and a 15-lb turkey would feed 13.
Traditional food for Turkey is Kuru Fasulye which is white beans with rice.
No, its a former soviet republic. it lies in the Asian continent, flanked by the Caspian Sea in the west and surrounded by Iran, Afghanistan and Uzbekistan.
The name of the red dangly thing is a Wattle , and believe it or not the redder and brighter and bigger the wattle the more the female turkeys find their male to be a studmuffin! Actually, the thing above the turkey's beak that extends and contracts is called a snood. A snood is defined as: A carun…
No, no, no. If someone told you that turkeys drown if they look up when it rains, don't fall for it.
This person who answered the question is absolutely right, I once has been fooled by my friends. Turkeys never drown by looking up at the sky while it rains. Unless there was a flood.AnswerYes…
I believe you are thinking of Little Eva singing the Turkey Trot.
Not Adam Sandler. It was a girl group from the early sixties who's name I've been trying to find for months. Adam Sandler did The Thanksgiving Song but it did not contain the above lyrics.
The temperature depends on what you are incubating in. If you have a still air - the temp should be 101.5, if you have a fan model - the temp should be 99.5.
I presume it was because the Native Americans introduced the bird to the Pilgrims (but not necessarily on Thanksgiving Day). It was a large bird that was not migratory and therefore was available throughout the year. It was large enough to feed more than one family.
Have you ever eaten a wild turke…
Baby turkeys are called 'Poults'.
Well, the answer is 1.0125, but turkeys at $1? Wow. I want one! ;)
It is right in the middle of the world connecting Europe and Asia.
Answer Turkey is a bridge between Asia and Europe. It is surrounded
by the Mediterranean Sea, Aegean Sea, Sea of Marmara and he Black
Sea. Turkey also borders Greece, Bulgaria, Iran, Iraq, Syria,
Armenia, Russia, and Georgia and the…
A baby turkey is called a poult.
I believe that the coolest place in Turkey in summer is probably one of the cities in the Black Sea or Northeastern region. And the hottest place is either located in the Southeastern or Southern region (The coolest may be Artvin and the hottest may be Sanliurfa or Antalya, if you are looking for a …
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Chickens can live to be thirteen years old, if they are well taken care of and can wander at their leisure for exercise, obese chicken's hearts will give out by the age of 5-6.
It's a ground cuckoo.
And not entirely "flightless." They prefer the ground, but they can and do fly.
Wild ones can, but not very far,
usually just up onto a tree branch. Domestic turkeys weigh too much
Wild turkeys can fly 45mph for short distances. Small domestic
turkeys can flutter to a rooftop.
yes turkeys of all types fly. i see wild ones fly all the time and my domestic turkeys fly just as well as the wild ones! no turkeys can not fly of there wight wild turkeys have less wight
They love to eat fish, lamb, beef, pilav (rice) Pasta, they eat yogurt almost with everything. There are many different foods which U.S dont have so I dont know how to explain but they have really delicious food. Ecspecially kofte.
Chicken and Dove feed is fine. They also enjoy worms and bugs. From, Remiboy.... They also like corn so if you set some out for the deer their not the only ones who want it
The Medical College of the University of Wisconsin says a fresh turkey can be kept, uncooked, in your refrigerator for no more than 2 days.
The Gray Wolf (or Grey Wolf) is the national animal of Turkey.
It depends of you want to have a white wine or a red wine. For those who prefer Red, a French Burgundy (Pinot Noir) seems to match up with the earthy nature of Turkey. the other option would be to try a French Beaujolais (Gamay) -- both reds will compliment the flavors of the mealWhite Wine: Chardon…
No, the comb is the fleshy structure on top of their head (there are several different types, not just the normal type, which is called a 'single comb'). I think the questioner was asking about the 2 fleshy flaps of skin which hang under the beak, down the front of the neck. These are c…
Mabye in pens like chikens do.
Turkey does contain tryptophan, an amino acid which is a natural sedative. But tryptophan doesn't act on the brain unless it is taken on an empty stomach with no protein present, and the amount gobbled even during a holiday feast is generally too small to have an appreciable effect. That lazy, letha…
in the morning they have vegtables
WishboneThe forked furcula bone which lies between the breast and neck of a chicken, or other fowl, is popularly called the wishbone.
Wild turkeys eat acorns, seeds, small insects wild berries, and 80% grass.
If you are raising them you can put them on pasture and then suplement their diet with a commercial game bird feed.
Turkeys are fowl indigenous to the eastern United States.
first mean: Its kind of bird like chicken second mean: Its name of country from Central Asia
Turkey has Tryptophan Turkey contains an essential amino acid called tryptophan. Tryptophan (C11H12N2O2) is formed during digestion by the action of proteolytic enzymes. One of the functions of tryptophan is to act as a chemical precursor to the synthesis in the body of serotonin. Serotonin affects…
Wild turkeys eat acorns, seeds, small insects, wild berries and grass.
Yes, they do.
Answer Caged birds do; corn is a part of their feed bought in pet stores. also, horses can eat corn :) deer and pigs eat corn as well --------------------------------------------------------------------------------ryse™-----------Ostrich eats corn too. I think. :)
They sleep upside down because they sleep in caves. When a predator enters the cave, they all fly around like maniacs to try and scare of the predator and it is harder to reach the bats when they are upside down.
All animals are found in Turkey. Whatever you think. The question is obviously asking what animals are found in the wild in turkey, not in captivity. Having said that, in ancient times there would have been a vaste range of animals as it is so close to Africa and Asia (israel is said to have histor…
A female turkey is called a hen.
The term "poultry" refers to any domesticated birds used for their
eggs, meat or feathers.
Types of poultry include the following:
There are other types of birds which are raised for eggs or meat,
but which are not defined a…
You will know if ground turkey has gone bad by the smell, if there
is white spots or if it is snotty or slimy looking.
Turkey is located between Europe and Asia. Mostly Europe.
what is the name of a male turkey?
A female turkey is called a Hen.
A female turkey is called a 'hen'.
Cockerel A male chicken younger than one year
Rooster A male chicken older than one year
Turn on your conventional oven to 350 degrees. (if you caught the turkey yourself, gut it.) if its bought from a store, it is all ready gutted. (optional)spread oil around it. then, put it on a ellumanum turkey pan it depend how big the turky is for it to coock. Ide say the average is 4 to 6 ou…
we eat turkey on thanksgiving day because the pilgrims and the Indians use 2 eat turkey that is why we eat turkeybecause when thanksgiving started in 1621 they ate a turkey first then anything else
13 to 20 pound turkey
Turkeys are not actually castrated, but roosters are, and after
they are castrated, they are referred to as capon. They tend to be
more flavorful than both chicken and turkey, and capons are full
breasted with tender, juicy, flavorful meat that is well suited to
55miles per hour
if you cut thawed turkey breast into cutlets, you can reduce the cook time significantly. Bake your cutlets for 20-25 minutes at 375º F. Cooked portions will last 3-4 days in the refrigerator so you may wish to freeze some of your cooked portions if you won't be eating them ight away. To freeze, do…
When Europeans first encounters turkeys in North America they were thought to resemble guinea fowl. At the time, Guinea fowl were called turkey fowl because they had been imported to Central Europe by Turkish traders.
According to the Guinness Book of Records the greatest dressed weight recorded for a turkey is 39.09 kg (86 lb--about the size of a large dog)for a stag named Tyson reared by Philip Cook of Leacroft Turkeys Ltd, Peterborough, United Kingdom. It won the last annual 'heaviest turkey' competition, held…
According to the USDA, those states are: MinnesotaNorth CarolinaArkansasMaine Massachusetts. Other sources list the top turkey producing states as:MinnesotaNorth CarolinaMissouri, ArkansasSouth Carolina, MissouriVirginia, California
Well, for starters, male turkeys have a penis.
a dirty or light brown colorwhite
Sistas in the Hood Outreach Ministries will give out free turkeys at P.S. 20 at 142-30 Barclay avenue at 11:30 on Saturday Nov. 21.
Because the turkey is not an International bird.
It is a native of North America.
To completely quit and go off something in one move. For example, if you were coming off drugs, you could go 'cold turkey' and just completely stop taking them (rather than slowly decrease the dosage to smaller amounts over a period of time). It relies heavily on willpower.
Like most poultry, a female turkey is referred to as a hen.
They do not migrate in the sense of going somewhere else for wintering or breeding. They stay in different areas of their own woods.
Only male turkeys gobble and are therefore known as gobblers. Females, known as hens, cluck and click.
You shouldn't kill animals. Buy them instead, don't shoot them.
turkeys get high in the air and GLIDEso no turkeys do not fly they glide
Turkey giblets are the little organs left in the turkey when you buy it. It could be the kidney, the heart etc.
Minnesota leads the nation by raising an estimated 46 million turkeys in 2012 according to the USDA National Agricultural Statistics Service. The other states were not even close in turkey production such as North Carolina (36 million), Arkansas (29 million), Missouri (18 million), Virginia (17 mill…
Rocks in Turkeys BelliesThen again:Giblets is a cooking term - it refers to the edible offal from a fowl (chicken/turkey etc) and includes the heart, gizzard and liver.Some people use the giblets in stuffing recipes, but in western countries they are mostly used in pet food.The rocks that are found …