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Butterball

  1. Butterball Hard
    Butterball CEO Says It’s Not Cool to Call Chubby PeopleButterball CEO eats turkey every day.
  2. Marketing Gimmicks
    Butterball Decides Dudes Can Give Turkey Advice, TooThe Turkey Talk hotline will for the first time employ a male advice-giver.
  3. Disaster Averted
    Ed Mitchell Scared Us for a Second With This Butterball BusinessThe pitmaster is bringing turkey barbecue to the Big Apple Barbecue Block Party, but what about his coveted pork sandwiches?
  4. Mediavore
    Steven Fretz Joins Curtis Stone; Valley Village Massacre Victim Survives ElevenThe former XIV chef might also have future restaurant plans with the T.V. chef.
  5. Mediavore
    City Council Wants Produce for Poor; Tallow Sculptures for T-DayPlus: Your Thanksgiving turkey is a genetic freak, Hostess and others agree to cut salt, and more, in our morning news roundup.
  6. Mediavore
    Produce Truck Plummets from Bridge; Kraft Gets Hostile with Cadbury
  7. Mediavore
    Padma Lakshmi Sells ‘Easy Exotic’ Line on HSN; Safran-Foer To Talk Turkey withPadma shills a new product for home shoppers and Martha Stewart plans to talk vegetarian diets with Eating Animals author.
  8. Mediavore
    Selective Delivery on the UES; McDonald’s to Launch Dollar BreakfastPlus: an online turkey war, and a big spender in the clubs, all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Mediavore
    Plough & Stars Celebrates Anniversary; McDonald’s to Launch Dollar MenuPlus: a war for turkey supremacy, and the inevitable Chang blog, all in our morning news roundup.
  10. Click and Save
    A Proud Tradition of Being Plucked, Stuffed, and Eaten: Heritage TurkeysWe’re fans of heritage breeds of turkey, those long-established birds that taste much like the ones our great-grandparents ate. Last year’s comprehensive turkey guide handily sketches out the basics about these guys, but the more in-depth writing we’ve seen on them usually descends into slow-food sanctimony — how evil factory farms are and the rest. That’s where Regina Schrambling, of Gastropoda, comes in. The acerbic critic offers a relaxed but no-B.S. guide to heritage turkeys, which we recommend to anyone thinking he might dump the Butterball this year. “An American Bronze turkey,” she tells us, “could not be more unlike the bloated birds hoisted out of so many ovens in November.” Meanwhile, for a takedown of the entire turkey tradition, read what this crank had to say in Slashfood. Talkin’ Turkey [Gastropoda]