Women Smiling With Turkeys

The halcyon days have passed. Stock photos remind us of a darker time, when the best thing to do with your turkey was to throw on a set of pearls and get glamorous.
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If that is your relationship to your turkey, you are doing it wrong, because it's supposed to be like this:

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Judith Ohikuare is a former producer for TheAtlantic.com.

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