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Turkey trouble? Call Butterball

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When Americans sit down at the Thanksgiving table, 88 percent of them will be feasting on turkey. To make the perfect bird, everyone from novices to skilled chefs may need a little help.

Luckily, the Butterball Turkey Talk-line is here to help.

"This year, just for the season we're open, we'll take about 100,000 calls and then you can also text us.  We're on social media, so we'll reach millions of consumers," said Sue Smith, co-director of the Butterball Turkey Talk-line.    

More than 50 experts are standing by, November through December, to make sure every turkey goes smoothly from the store to the kitchen to the Thanksgiving table.    

If you need some advice for cooking any and all brands of turkey, through December 24 you can call 1-800-Butterball or text 844-877-3456. 

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