Do you buy an extra turkey?

@thedaddym (1731)
United States
November 18, 2011 10:46am CST
Because turkey's are so cheap during this time of the year my wife always buys an extra one and keeps it in the freezer, then usually in March we will have a Thanksgiving like dinner. Do you buy extra turkies during the holiday season and save one for later?
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@nonersays (3325)
• United States
19 Dec 11
We never have, but that is actually a very good idea. We only ever eat turkey twice a year, why not more often?
@Lucky12 (767)
• United States
19 Nov 11
We do not actually, I only get one because we do not have turkey on Christmas at all. If we have it on Thanksgiving then we will have something else on Christmas. I like that they are cheap though, because that helps a lot especially with everything being so high now days. In my home no need for two really.
@AdalieM (1134)
• United States
18 Nov 11
No we don't. I think one is enough, not to mention I don't like to keep things in the fridge for months. I like to eat fresh meat, not to mention I don't like to eat turkey twice a year. I think one night is enough to stuff up my tummy with turkey. Most of the stores here only allowed you to buy one turkey per costumer, those who want more would have to drive all away across town to get another one.
@nerein (283)
• United States
18 Nov 11
Sometimes I do buy an extra turkey and sometimes I do not. You are right this time of year turkey's are cheaper. Now if I do buy and extra turkey I keep it in the freezer and I save it for Christmas. That way I can have one for thanksgiving and another for Christmas. It is a whole lot cheaper to do it that way. As well it is less time consuming as well, I mean you don't have to look for one at Christmas time cause you already have one.