The Tail From Your Thanksgiving Turkey Is A Delicacy Somewhere Else In The World

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Carolan wrote about turkey tails recently, explaining "the tail is actually a gland that attaches the turkey’s feathers to its body. It is filled with oil that the bird uses to preen itself, so about 75 percent of its calories come from fat." Carolan also has a new book out called "No One Eats Alone: Food as a Social Enterprise."