October 20, 2009
Does your Thanksgiving feast forego the famed fowl?

turkey2.jpgLet's talk turkey. Well, sort of.

While much of the nation's culinary attention will be tuned to turkey in coming weeks, there are households that (take a deep breath) don't eat turkey on Thanksgiving.

We know you're out there and we want to talk to you for a story.

Do you cook another poultry in its place? Celebrate with prime rib, rack of lamb, manicotti? Have you always wanted to try a Thanksgiving feast sans turkey but too scared of the anticipated backlash?

Whatever your harvest table holds, we'd love to hear about it. The story will be published in our Food & Wine section in mid-November.

To participate or learn more, please e-mail Bee food writer Niesha Lofing.

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