How Big of a Turkey Should I Get?
A spontaneous, scrumptious scenario waltzes through your mind and waters your mouth. A perfectly golden turkey served with palate-pleasing potatoes happily married to gorgeous gravy, stuffing on the side, and cranberry sauce. You know this is the beautiful banquet you need. However, before you start mashing those potatoes, you have one important question to answer: How many pounds of turkey do you need?
When your brain falls short, Brainfall makes the save! This quiz alleviates your pound problem with precision! The meal deal is simple. We give the pounds, you make the rounds! This quiz determines that special size by checking your diet, your party size, and how hungry you are. Once we know the why and the what of your gobbling journey, we’ll give you a bird size recommendation.
Whether gobbling with guests, contributing to a family feast, or looking for a one-person meal, we’ve got your back covered (but not with feathers)!
"How big of a turkey should I get?" That question puts many inexperienced consumers in a 'fowl' mood. Regardless, it's frequently posed. About 85 million turkeys are consumed during Thanksgiving (the most popular turkey time), Christmas, and Easter. How much turkey per person? Overall, the average American eats almost 18 pounds of turkey per year. Popular side dishes accompanying the scrumptious species include gravy, potatoes, cranberry sauce, and stuffing.
Here are some facts about the turkey. Only male turkeys gobble. Hens never do, and they produce clicking sounds instead. Although they're known for their strong bones, turkeys don't have robust organs. In fact, they're capable of having heart attacks. The typical domestic turkey avoids going under the knife one way or another for about 10 years, which is their average lifespan. Wild turkeys fail to fare better, averaging three to five adult years. Although we think of turkeys as good meat, they are actually omnivores.