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Grand Rapids, Michigan (WOOD) — This year’s Thanksgiving will be different as public health officials are urging opposition to large rallies. It brought a change to another long-standing tradition: the butterball turkey talk line.
“Butterball certainly recognizes the fact that Thanksgiving will look and feel very different to us this season,” he said. Turkey demands butterball He told WOOD for 19 years.
Since the line opened earlier this month, she’s usually part of a larger gathering, but this year she’s noticed a lot of questions from people choosing to stay home.
“I’ve already seen a lot of demands on small gatherings, which in turn leads to more first-time cooks,” she said. “Many of the first cooks we see this year are asking what size (turkey) to buy and whether to buy fresh or frozen.”
There is a simple formula for deciding which bird to buy:
“Two pounds per person,” Johnson said. “And it encourages a lot of leftovers.”
In addition to avoiding bird burns, many first-timers are looking for alternatives to traditional oven roasting methods.
“We have a lot of demands on how to prepare your turkey outdoors,” Johnson said. “We are in the Chicago area. It’s a bit chilly today. But there are many requests for outdoor cooking, such as charcoal grilling, gas grilling, and frying methods.”
According to a Butterball survey, 9 out of 10 Americans are still receiving a great Thanksgiving. This can be done according to expert guidelines. Keep the gathering small And it spreads.
“People are at home, so we want to celebrate something really good,” Johnson said. “I am grateful to be able to concentrate on Thanksgiving. I think it’s a good time to spend time with my family, even in small groups.”
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