Turkey Dinner

Thanksgiving is the time people in the United States expect to eat turkey dinner, but in diners, coffee shops, and even some more upscale restaurants, it’s an everyday square meal. In fact, there are a few places where turkey dinner is the restaurant’s raison d’être. At Bates House of Turkey in Greenville, Alabama, turkeys come directly from the proprietor’s turkey farm and are served with traditional companions: cornbread dressing, sweet potatoes, cranberry sauce, and giblet gravy. Hart’s Turkey Farm in Meredith, New Hampshire, offers not just classic turkey dinner, but such other options as turkey divan, turkey masala, turkey croquettes, and turkey pot pie. Huber’s Cafe in Portland, Oregon, has built its reputation on full-bore turkey dinner, including mashed potatoes running rivers of melting butter.

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