Thanksgiving is a holiday (in the U.S. at least) when we're all reminded about the things we're thankful for. At our house, we're thankful for the opportunity to cook all day and share a meal with friends and young adults.
And, even though I haven't given my turkey an IP address, this is still a meal that deserves some documentation.
Here's the turkey soaking in brine. That large pink tongue belongs to our dog.
Our household is very excited about Thanksgiving.
That's because this Thanksgiving, my husband is cooking a turkey in an egg. A big green egg.
Check back later today, about 5:30 pm, Pacific Standard Time, to see a picture of the turkey. In the meantime, here are some other items that were cooked in the egg.
I suppose I should have expected this.
I thought it might be fun to see what the databases had to say about turkeys.
So, I queried the NCBI databases, found a taxonomy reference, and started clicking related links to see pictures of the different species.
Because it would be great to see what the different species of turkies look like and compare them.
Here's a species of wild turkey that I didn't expect to find.