Case in point, you look forward to a delicious turkey dinner. Yes, I know it's January and most people do this in November but that is the beauty of raising turkeys. They're not just for Thanksgiving anymore. Anyway, you look forward to roasting your bird and then this happens.
|It doesn't fit in the roasting pan|
|Turkey: Dressed weight - 33.4 pounds|
|I'm glad it wasn't any larger|
And hazard #3...
We put the bird in at noon thinking we'd have it for dinner.
Well, hazard #4 is that you almost always seem to have some turkey on hand. So we popped open some home-canned turkey stock and some jars of home-canned, home-grown turkey and made turkey and gravy to go over those taters. And we'll put that bird outside tonight to chill and have turkey dinner again tomorrow. Hmmm. Would that be hazard #5? Turkey. Again.
I don't mind living this hazardous life.