Narragansett turkey


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Narragansett turkey

n.
Any of a breed of domesticated turkeys developed in the United States in the 1800s, having primarily gray, tan, and black plumage and raised for meat.

[After Narragansett Bay .]
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Some American passengers recently added to the Ark include Iroquois white com, the red abalone, the Narragansett turkey, the Sun Crest peach, and the Delaware Bay oyster.
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Here at MOTHER EARTH NEWS, we roasted one of Reese's 8 1/2-pound Narragansett turkeys for a taste test, and although this bird was smaller than he recommends for full flavor, it tasted very flavorful and juicy to us, and it had the same firm texture Burros described in her piece.
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The Narragansett turkeys had the lowest average ascorbic acid concentration--approximately half that of the Blacks.
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