Smorgasbord Health – Cook from Scratch with Sally and Carol Taylor – Meleagris Gallopavo (you can eat if you can catch it) Turkey

Ahhhhh our last compilation of the Health and cook from scratch series with Sally and Carol but we will be back in the New Year with something bigger and better…I hope you enjoy this post as much as we enjoyed producing it…It is a mixture of happy, sad and downright hilarious…Think Mr Bean with a turkey stuff fast on his head… Merry Christmas one and all xxx

Smorgasbord Blog Magazine

This is the last in the current series of Cook from Scratch with Sally and Carol Taylor.. The good news is that next year Carol will be taking on the role of Food Columnist for the blog magazine.. that is very exciting as I know that we are going to be introduced to exotic foods from Thailand as well as recipes that elevate our everyday foods to delicious and nutritious meals for all the family..

This week… The Turkey.. a bird that was usually eaten mainly at Thanksgiving and Christmas but is available all year in supermarkets and butchers. Before handing over to Carol.. a look at all the health benefits this large bird brings to the table.

Meleagris Gallopavo (you can eat if you can catch it) Turkey

The wild turkey Meleagris gallopavo (something to do with difficulty in catching it I think) is native to North America. The…

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5 thoughts on “Smorgasbord Health – Cook from Scratch with Sally and Carol Taylor – Meleagris Gallopavo (you can eat if you can catch it) Turkey

  1. marisselee

    I would willingly go for a chase if the turkey is meant to be eaten after catching it hahahaha. I do not know though if they attack people because geese and ducks do. And they are scary bunch if you irk them. I used to do that when I was a kid – annoying the duck then let them run after me.

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    1. Carol Post author

      My turkeys are pussycats..but then no one winds them up…They come and go straight into their little house at night at the clap of a hand they are lovely πŸ™‚

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