Let’s take a little break from the planning and chaos of the week ahead and take a virtual trip to a few places focused on all things turkey.

Thanksgiving year-round in this New Hampshire town
Hart’s Turkey Farm in Meredith, New Hampshire celebrates Thanksgiving year-around. According to a USA Today article, the reason to visit Hart’s (now a restaurant) is the turkey, turkey and more turkey — and pie a la mode. If you can imagine it being made of turkey, Hart’s has it on their huge menu. Turkey potstickers, turkey nuggets, turkey tempura, turkey livers, turkey meatloaf, spaghetti with turkey meatballs, a long list of turkey sandwiches and much, much more is all a turkey lover needs.
Is that a neon turkey?
Why, yes it is! Gozzi’s Turkey Farm in Guildord, Connecticut does things a little differently at this time every year—the family-owned farm paints a handful of its turkeys with neon-colored vegetable dye. We couldn’t find a reason why they do this but we say, “why not?” Check out the adorable pink, blue and yellow birds for yourself.
Thanksgiving dishes with a twist
Bon Appetit magazine featured 8 Weird Twists on Classic Thanksgiving Dishes from different restaurants around the U.S. If you ever find yourself in any of these cities this time next year, check out the deep-fried samosa at Badmaash in Los Angeles, the Yinzer turkey dinner pierogi at Braddock’s American Brasserie in Pittsburgh, the Thanksgiving leftovers pizza at Krescendo’s in Brooklyn or the Japanese pumpkin eggrolls at Fang Restaurant in San Francisco. How’s that for unusual turkey-inspired meals?
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