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The following 85 sites have linked to our Turkey for the Holidays website. Links to commercial products or enterprises do not constitute endorsement by University of Illinois Extension.


Open Directory Project
"Cooking techniques, leftover ideas, turkey facts from the University of Illinois Extension."


Yahoo! Directory

AbleDesign.com
"Turkey tips from the University of Illinois Extension"

About

Africa Cafe
"Cooking techniques, leftover ideas, turkey facts from the University of Illinois Extension."

AgriLife.org -Texas Extension Service - Family and Consumer Sciences - Mick’s Picks: Cuisine

Andrea Wansbury - Bird Facts - Resources

Apahcinc Web Directory - Cooking

Artful Gift
"For everything you want to know about turkeys visit Turkey for the Holidays"

Bangkok Post

Bangkok Post - Learning Post - Let's Talk Turkey

Bass and Treble Blog - Humbug!

Blessings in the Kitchen

Broward College - Nancy Estes - Wellness Links

Broward College - Wellness Links

Carnegie Library
"Tips on cooking turkey and recipes for side dishes and leftovers from the University of Illinois Extension Service."

Chef2Chef.com - Cullinary Portal
"Turkey Cooking Techniques Information on cooking turkey."

Chiff.com

CMSP's Cool Image of the Day Blog

Cooking HQ Web Directory

Cooking with Jan (Artful Gift)
"For everything you want to know about turkeys, visit Turkey for the Holidays."

Cubitems - Cub Scouts Page

D3Hoops

East Islip (NY) Public Library

Ellington Public Schools - Fall Themes - Harvest Time

Evansville Online

FloridaBusiness.org
"THINKING OF TURKEY THIS WEEK -- According to the University of Illinois Agricultural Extension's Turkey Facts web page, 675 million pounds of turkey are eaten each Thanksgiving in the United States. U.S. turkey growers raised 256.2 million turkeys in 2005 and will produce an estimated 266.5 million turkeys this season. For more turkey facts, go to http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/turkey/facts.html. The turkeys produced in 2005 weighed 7.2 billion pounds and were valued at $3.2 billion. Happy Thanksgiving!"

Food Network Musings - Blog - Thanksgiving Tips - How Many Ways Can You Stuff A Turkey?

Food.com - Cooking a Turkey in a Bag

Free Lists
"Turkey for the Holidays Today's site from the University of Illinois Extension offers a compendium of information about dealing with that holiday favorite -- the turkey. Gentle Members rolling up their sleeves in gleeful anticipation at the prospect of cooking or eating vast quantities of this staple of the festive board, will find a comprehensive range of not only useful but fascinating material at the site. "Does turkey make you sleepy? Those who exercise dietary prudence will not experience extreme fatigue at meals-end. As for the rest of you, take a nap and please stop blaming the turkey." - from the website This excellent site thoroughly explores such essential topics as safe storage and cooking techniques and explains why some preparation methods like the "Slow Cooking Overnight Method" can be downright dangerous. Additional sections cover carving, leftovers, side dishes and turkey nutrition while the Turkey FAQ discusses even more questions primarily related to cooking and eating. Perhaps the most interesting sections for sheer eye-opening trivia are the "History and Lore" and "Turkey Facts" categories. Also included are suggestions for family activities and crafts and relevant links about the American Thanksgiving holiday. Trot to what may be the best turkey site on the web at: http://www.urbanext.uiuc.edu/turkey/"

Gaper's Block, Chicago IL
"Making a turkey for the holidays? A few weeks ago Anne Holub shared her Turkey 101 in One Good Meal. But if you're in need of extra help, check out the Turkey for the Holidays website from the University of Illinois Extension. You can find how to select a turkey, cooking techniques, carving tips and recipe suggestions for what to do with leftovers."

Geauga County Public Library - Selected Web Sites - Home and Family - Food & Cooking

Geometry.net
"Some turkey experts speculate that these birds are curiously looking at raindrops Historyof Thanksgiving http//www.historychannel.com Find out what the"

GourmetSpot
"Turkey for the Holidays Offers articles on Cooking Techniques, Turkey Safety, Nutrition and more."

Hewie's Favorites
"Turkey for the Holidays is your guide to this traditional holiday meal. Includes cooking techniques selection carving side dishes nutrition food safety using leftovers"

Holiday Turkey Resources

Houston Institute for Culture
"Many people in southeast Texas may be preparing a Cajun Fried Turkey this Thanksgiving, but if a traditional turkey is in your plans, see the University of Ilinois Extension Turkey for the Holidays website."

How to Cook a Turkey
"University of Illinois-Extension's Nutrition & Health: Turkey for the Holidays Well; it wouldn't be right to put out the Thanksgiving edition without at least one ... Turkey Recipes"

Iron Stef Blog - Gobble Gobble

Joe Ant web directory

KiteCD
"Turkey for the Holidays has some interesting facts and information about turkeys on their turkey fun, facts, and history and lore pages."

Librarians Internet Index
"This guide includes information on turkey cooking techniques, selection, carving, side dishes, nutrition, food safety, and using leftovers. Also features interesting trivia and facts about turkey and Thanksgiving, ideas for family activities and craft projects, and related links. From the University of Illinois Extension."

Librarians' Internet Index

Library of Congress
"Everything you wanted to know about turkey, such as nutrition, safety, facts, history and lore, can be found on this Web site from the University of Illinois Extension Service."

Library of Congress - Science Reference Services - Everyday Mysteries
"Everything you wanted to know about turkey, such as nutrition, safety, facts, history and lore, can be found on this Web site"

Lifehacker Blog - Recipes - What to Do with You Turkey Leftovers.

Love, Lust, and Love Blog - Turkey Time

MamasTable.com - Poultry Recipes Search
"Turkey Cooking Techniques Turkey for the Holidays contains all the information you need to make your holiday turkey dinner a success. Also includes information on turkey history and lore and Thanksgiving. (English)"

Missouri Extension
"These tips for storing leftovers were given on the University of Illinois website : * Plan ahead, clean out the refrigerator and make room for leftovers several days before the holiday feast. * Leftovers should be stored in the refrigerator within 2 hours after cooking is completed. Why just 2 hours? Because bacteria that cause food poisoning can multiply to undesirable levels on perishable foods left at room temperature for longer than that. * Large quantities should be divided into smaller portions and stored in several shallow containers. Food in small amounts will chill faster keeping it safer and fresher."

Missouri Extension - FNEP
"Turkey for the Holidays by University of Illinois Extension. This site gives visitors information about turkey safety, nutrition, cooking techniques, turkey farms, turkey links and history and lore of turkeys."

New York University - Forklore Blog - Turkey - Links

North Dakota State University - Thanksgiving Tips and Tricks

North Dakota State University Extension Service

Northwest Wisconsin Librarian's Field Guide

Robert Morris Library

Robert Morris Library - Web Resources - Culinary Arts - Holiday Cooking Links

Rowland Institute at Harvard - Research Infrastructure
"Features all about turkey preparation, including safe food handling, entertaining tips and trivia."

Rowland Institute at Harvard - Research Infrastructure - Internet Sites of the Week

Science Safari
"Trouble telling an Austrian pine from a Scotch pine? Interested in the origin of various holiday traditions? The Urban Program Resources Network Web site at the University of Illinois serves as a handy starting point for learning about Christmas trees. It also offers helpful hints to holiday revelers bent on serving turkey during the festivities. Look for tree and turkey trivia, recipes for edible ornaments, food safety advice, and much more."

ScienceNews.org
"The Urban Program Resources Network Web site at the University of Illinois offers helpful hints to holiday revelers bent on serving turkey during the festivities. Look for tree and turkey trivia, recipes for edible ornaments, food safety advice, and much more."

Shady Brook Farms - FAQs - General - Does a tom turkey taste different from a hen turkey?

Shawnee Mission (KS) School District
"Turkey for the Holidays contains all the information you need to make your holiday turkey dinner a success. Also includes information on turkey history and lore and Thanksgiving"

Slash Food - Blog - Turkey Cooking Guide and Other Turkey Resources

Springfield Library, MA
"Cooking techniques, food safety, leftover ideas, and everything else you need to know about the favorite food for Thanksgiving day. From the University of Illinois Extension Service."

Stock Trading to Go - Blog - 33 Fun Facts About Turkeys and Happy Thanksgiving!

Takoma Park Maryland Library

Texas A&M - AgriLife Extension - FCS - Electronic Newsletters - Holiday Website
"This excellent web site, maintained by the University of Illinois Extension, provides information on how to select a turkey, cooking techniques, turkey safety, nutrition, carving, side dishes, what to do with leftovers, links, and much more."

The Diary of Samuel Pepys

The Food Portal
"Information on cooking turkey."

U.S. Diplomatic Mission to Germany - American Holidays -Thanksgiving - Link Lists

University of Missouri Extension

University of Missouri Extension - FNEP - Food Safety

University of Missouri Extension - FNEP - Links

University of Missouri Extension - Perry County - Food for Thought - Handling Thanksgiving Leftovers

University of Missouri Family Nutrition Education Program
"This site gives visitors information about turkey safety, nutrition, cooking techniques, turkey farms, turkey links and history and lore of turkeys."

USDA - Agriculture Research Service - AFSRC Picture of the Week

World Culinary Institute
"Basic tips on how to thaw, stuff, cook, and store turkey properly."

WorldSearch.com

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Yahoo! Search Directory
"Provides a variety of turkey cooking techniques including roasting unstuffed and stuffed, cooking bag, microwave, deep frying, and the brine method. Also turkey leftover ideas, safety advice, history, facts, and more."

Yahoo! UK Web Directory

Yahoo.com Canada

 

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