If you have never cooked a turkey before, it can be quite the task. Minnesota is one of the leading producers of turkeys in the country meaning many of us have probably cooked one before. I ask this question all the time...before the internet, how did people survive? The first time I cooked a Turkey I had to Google how to. When I was Googleing, I came across the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line.

The Turkey Talk-Line was started in 1981. For the past 38 years, experts have been answering questions about cooking a turkey according to the Butterball website. There are 50 experts that have answered questions about thawing, prepping and cooking turkeys from folks in the United States and Canadia. They have answered over 100,000 questions over the years. They are opened in November and December to save any holiday dinner.

When it first started, you had to call in, but now you have other options. You can call in, text, live chat or email one of the turkey experts. If you are looking to call in, the number is quite memorable 1-800-BUTTERBALL (1-800-288-8372). If you would rather text someone than talk to them, you can at 844-877-3456.

Cooking a turkey can be hard at first and that is why it's great to have experts a phone call away to answer any and all your turkey questions. Remember to thaw your turkey in plenty of time and have a meat thermometer on hand to make sure your bird is completely cooked. Happy Turkey Cooking!

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