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Turkey Day Fun 2.0

Dyann Callahan

turkey trivia, history and lore into one!

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1.The white version has fewer calories and 70% of the bird
9.Roman name for guineafowl, suesstive of early confusion of the two
11.Turkey recieves blame for sleepiness by tryptophans in there
12.This bean is in a casserole ( with cream of mushroom soup, topped with french fried onions)
13.The red/pink fleshy growth from the base of the beak that hangs over the neck
14.The first balloon of the 1927 Thanksgiving Parade
16.Good cholesterol
17.Human poisoning due to the consumption of rye bread made from this infectant on grain was common in Europe in the Middle Ages
19.Indian cheif who was invited to first Thanksgiving
21.The pilgrims didnt have this utensil
22.Thanksgiving became a National holiday due this magazine editor writing to congress
25.Color of domesticated turkeys feathers
26.Only male turkeys do this
27.More valuable in performance of pollination of cranberries than honey
28.According to Butterball, for each 4 pounds of turkey thaw this long in the refrigerator.
29.He spoke the colonists' language and taught them how to plant corn and how to catch fish until the first harvest
32.Turkey stuffed with a duck stuffed with a chicken; originated in LA
36.By the end of the 19th century, Victorians would write their Thanksgiving menus in this to show refinement
37.A black lock of hair found on the chest of the male turkey
38.The Greek Goddess of Corn
40.Most beer is flavoured with these, which add bitterness and act as a natural preservative
42.Often the dessert of choice for meals at ceremonial occasions, particularly weddings, anniversaries, and birthdays
44.The Thanksgiving Day Parade that started in 1924
45.When making this, have all the ingredients cooked before placing in bird
46.Domesticated turkeys cannot do this
48.$3 was equivalent to a _____ pay back then
49.Hebrew word source for turkey
53.A spooked turkey can run up to 20 miles per_____
55.First American company to sponsor Thanksgiving Day Parade
58.Bright red appendage at neck on turkey
59.Presidental tradition to do this each year for a turkey and send it to Frying Pan Park in VA
1.Aztecs and Mayans cultivated it in numerous varieties throughout central and southern Mexico, to cook or grind in a process called nixtamalization
2.Native American tribe who ate at first Thanksgiving dinner
3.It is produced by coagulation of the milk protein casein
4.Costume of his on Sesame Street is rumoured to be made of turkey feathers
5.A ripe one will bounce 4 inches when bounced
6.Edible oil from the rapeseed
7.President who issued a Thanksgiving Proclamation 1863
8.Thanksgiving is held on this thursday in November
10.The genus Ipomoea that contains this also includes several garden flowers called morning glories
15.This chocolate is sweet chocolate that additionally contains milk powder or condensed milk
18.Butterball says the best place to put the meat thermometer is here
20.Originally, the Mayflower and this ship set for America, but the latter turned back
21.On average it takes about 70-80 pounds of this to raise a 30 lb Tom turkey
23.Pilgrims sailed across this ocean to reach N.America
24.Turkeys are raised for meat and these
30.According to this Book of Records, the greatest dressed weight of a turkey is 82.2 lbs
31.Pilgrims were also known as these
33.The pumpkin is native to the continent of ______ America
34.In the English language tradition, reciting a prayer prior to eating is traditionally referred to as saying this
35.For College football teams and fans, this ends on Thanksgiving weekend
39.As opposed to these, indians used cook pots all day long to eat when hungry
41.One of the oldest, most ubiquitous food seasonings and is an important method of food preservation
43.Contrary to popular myth, these were not on the pilgrims' shoes
47.Cranberries harvested this way are used for juice and sauce
50.Pilgrims had many of these including cinnamon, ginger, nutmeg, and pepper
51.Means any underground part of a plant
52.Turkey eggs are tan with this colored speck
54.Turkey eggs take 28 days to do this
56.A dairy product made by churning fresh or fermented cream or milk
57.Bad cholesterol

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