One man lamented that “turkey has been done. To death.” Another woman warned of a mediocre meal with what her family thinks of as “the dreaded bird.” Others sing the praises of variety over “ho-hum” custom.
No matter the reason, an outpouring of friends and customers were eager to share how thankful they were for changes to the same old turkey dinner for Thanksgiving. Their rebellion against years of tradition was mostly boiled down to one thing: they wanted an upgrade. Continue reading