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Thanksgiving food
Thanksgiving turkey

Buyers face a bounty of turkey options

By Alison Arnett
Globe Staff / November 16, 2005

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Thanksgiving wouldn't be a feast without a big, bronzed bird as the centerpiece. As cooks make their shopping lists and pull casseroles and roasting pans from cabinets, the range of turkeys available now can be daunting. The possibilities have grown along with consumers' tastes. (Full article: 946 words)

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