Eat | Drink | Cheap Episode 17 – Gobble Gobble

Shawn commits turkey terrorism by suggesting that *gasp* turkey shouldn’t be roasted whole while Simon tries a more moderate approach. Gather ’round the table folks cause this episode has all the fixings!

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Music by John Palmer

Show notes and Shout Outs:

Turkey Mole: https://www.mexgrocer.com/562-turkey-mole-puebla-style-poblano.html

The First Thanksgiving: https://www.npr.org/sections/krulwich/2010/11/22/131516586/who-brought-the-turkey-the-truth-about-the-first-thanksgiving

How To Break Down a Whole Turkey: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Z-sMdmCDXJ4

Butterball Turkeys: https://www.butterball.com/

Fried Turkey Fails: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fs0KLgNzQHA

Edible Vancouver Island: https://ediblevancouverisland.ediblecommunities.com/

The 100 Mile Diet 15 Years Later: https://thetyee.ca/News/2020/06/29/The-100-Mile-Diet-15-Years-Later/

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