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Other Names

French: dinde

* Male: turkey tom
* Female: turkey hen
* Young: young turkey or poult


Vary the pleasures as if by magic
Yes, the turkey is mischievous. It like to change appearance. It might show up roasted, ground, on skewers, or as filets or cutlets. It jumps into a salad, cavorts with pasta, dives into a papillote, inveigles its way into a club sandwich or hops on the barbecue. It's open to just about any culinary experience, even the most daring.

Turkey also likes to travel. The mysterious Orient, gastronomic Italy, faraway islands or the USA: it fears no culinary voyage. It's at ease everywhere, noon or evening, in formal dress or just a swimsuit.

Its versatility is accompanied by an enviable inner balance. It's low in calories and cholesterol, but full of protein, vitamins, iron and magnesium. It never hurts to be good to yourself, and that's especially true when it comes to turkey. To the table!


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