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Turkey Types [Nov. 25th, 2010|05:48 pm]
Conversation between a customer (CT) and a salesgirl (SG)

SG: .....the rosemary turkey uses the rosemary herbs to roast...... i have not tried it myself but my colleague said the butterball turkey is nicer. the butterball turkey is a brand of turkey, like colgate and darlie

CT: you mean the turkey got peppermint taste?

SG: no no, i mean toothpaste got many brands, but the most famous is colgate and darlie...... so this butterball is a brand, like colgate and darlie lah

ME: *roll eyes*

[User Picture]From: kairin
2010-11-26 01:20 am (UTC)
so hard reading this on the bus and holding back from laughing
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[User Picture]From: zenhiao
2010-11-26 02:16 am (UTC)
"The company sells over one billion pounds of turkey a year, including one in every five turkeys sold in the United States and operates the world's largest turkey-processing plant (675,000 square feet) in Mount Olive, North Carolina"

"frozen Butterball turkeys are injected with a basting material that is more like a broth to keep the bird moist and juicy during the roasting time. The primary ingredient is water followed by salt, food starch and natural flavors."
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