Contributed by George Rennau on Nov 22, 2003
The turkey shot out of the oven
and rocketed into the air,
it knocked every plate off the table
and partly demolished a chair.
It ricocheted into a corner and
burst with a deafening boom,
then splattered all over the kitchen,
completely obscuring the room.
It stuck to the walls and the
A RECIPE FOR A TURKEY
How many of you are planning to cook a turkey? Well, I'm going to help you out. Sometimes it's hard to know when a big bird like a turkey is cooked to perfection. I came across a recipe that might help. You'll need ---
10-15 lb. turkey
2 cup melted butter
Contributed by Roy Fowler on Jun 18, 2020
We are celebrating this week; its Thanksgiving in our Country. I hope Americans truly understand why we have this great country and where the many blessings come from. I hope we are giving to God what is God's.
91% of Americans have turkey for Dinner. And so... I was thinking about Butterball
Contributed by Ed Vasicek on Nov 24, 2019
But what if you burn the bird? There is a positive way of looking at it:
• Salmonella won't be a concern
• No one will overeat.
• Everyone will think it's Cajun Blackened.
• Uninvited guests will think twice next year.
• Your cheese broccoli lima bean casserole will gain newly found
Contributed by Sermon Central on Jan 27, 2009
A man, charged with stealing a turkey, appeared in court. He told the judge that his action was an answer to prayer. When the judge asked him to explain, the man said: "Well, Judge, it was the night before Thanksgiving, and I didn’t have a turkey. I prayed for the Lord to send me one. At midnight I
Contributed by James Snyder on Nov 24, 2023
What would Thanksgiving be without a turkey? I read somewhere that over 45 million turkeys are purchased during the Thanksgiving holiday. I’m unsure if that’s correct, but I believe it comes close to the mark.
Thanksgiving is always my favorite time because the focus of Thanksgiving is food.
Contributed by John Harvey on Nov 15, 2005
In 2005, there will be 256 million turkeys raised in the United States.
There will be 649 million pounds of cranberries produced.
There will be 1.6 billion pounds of sweet potatoes produced.
There will be 998 million pounds of pumpkin products produced.
Contributed by James Snyder on Nov 22, 2019
As a child, my favorite holiday was Christmas, second only to my birthday. These holidays were important because of the gifts I received. Oh, did I look forward to those holidays and all the presents I was going to delight in. And delight, I certainly did to the extreme.
Then slowly things
A Christian woman went into the local pet shop to buy a parrot for company. She selected a beautiful bird, but the pet store owner said he didn't think that she'd be happy with this particular parrot because he had belonged to a salty old sailor who used very bad language.
Contributed by James Snyder on Dec 8, 2023
Nothing is more confusing than being in the middle of two holidays. I have just finished Thanksgiving, and now Christmas is before me. Each year, it gets more difficult to adjust to the next holiday. It’s hard for me to keep up.
For months, the focus was on that roast turkey for Thanksgiving. And
Contributed by Sermon Central on Nov 21, 2009
Missionaries Martyrdom in Turkey at the Hand of Muslims in 2007
On April 18, 2007, five Muslims entered a Christian publishing company and killed three believers in the southeastern province of Malatya. The 3 believers, Tilmann Geske (a German missionary), Turkish Pastor Necati Aydin and Ugur
Contributed by Vinnie Cappetta on Apr 19, 2006
In the Taurus Mountains of southern Turkey, lives a certain variety of crane. These birds tend to cackle a lot, especially while flying. And, all that noise gets the attention of eagles, which swoop down and seize them for a meal. The experienced cranes avoid this threat by picking up stones large
Contributed by Pat Cook on May 15, 2005
I read a story involving the Butterball Turkey company, which set up a hotline to answer consumers’ questions about preparing holiday turkeys. One woman called to ask about cooking a turkey that had been in her freezer for 23 years.
The operator told her it might be safe if the freezer had been
Contributed by Pat Cook on Oct 6, 2005
I’m told of a turkey farmer who was always experimenting with breeding to perfect a better turkey. His family was fond of the leg portion for dinner and there were never enough legs for everyone. After many frustrating attempts, the farmer was relating the results of his efforts to his friends at
Contributed by Andrew Huson on Nov 12, 2004
The Butterball Turkey company set up a hotline to answer consumer questions about preparing holiday turkeys. One woman called to inquire about cooking a turkey that had been in her freezer for 23 years.
The operator told her it might be safe if the freezer had been kept below 0 degrees the entire
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 9, 2008
The Census bureau estimates 272 million turkeys will be raised in the U.S. in
Contributed by Sermon Central on Apr 11, 2007
Some speeches I have heard remind me of a turkey with his tail feathers spread. He makes an elegant impression
I was reading Outdoor Life the other day while waiting to get my allergy shot and came across an interesting story. It was in a section entitled, "This Happened to Me."
A turkey hunter had successfully called in a big gobbler within shooting range and shot the turkey. He picked up his trophy
Contributed by Roy Fowler on Nov 19, 2014
91% of Americans have turkey for Dinner. And so... I was thinking about Butterball Turkeys for some reason I know not why. Did you know they have an online help page? Well I went to that computer page and I found some of the problems that people have with cooking turkeys. You may be flabbergasted