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December 2007
Home Cooking;Dec2007, Vol. 35 Issue 6, p66
This article highlights the results of the 2007 Butterball Survey. Details related to the number of American adults surveyed and the margin of error are given. An overview of survey findings including the different preference of men and women with regards to their favorite parts of the turkey and the top five side dishes for Thanksgiving dinner is presented.


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