You have the turkey, beautifully roasted, and you have the tools. Now all you need to do is carve it.
You have the turkey, beautifully roasted, and you have the tools. Now all you need to do is carve it. Mel Melcon Photos by Tribune News Service
You have the turkey, beautifully roasted, and you have the tools. Now all you need to do is carve it. Mel Melcon Photos by Tribune News Service

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