Because the pandemic requires smaller gatherings, those who are not used to cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year will quickly learn lesson # 1 in bird roasting: The large bird is easy to screw up.
Meat at the bone, red and bloody and undercooked at 21.00 Pre-cooked and dry at noon. Does not thaw in time. Too defrosted, left on a counter overnight and now smells "funny." gift cards to customers who "commit a turkey cooking fail." In some cases, this translates to inexperienced chefs preparing the stressful, multi-course meal, according to a statement from Whole Foods.
"As we anticipate more smaller Thanksgiving gatherings and first-time chefs tackling turkey preparations this year, the Thanksgiving Turkey Protection Plan allows customers the freedom to explore the culinary scene, knowing that all is not lost if their cooking goes awry. , "said Theo Weening, vice president of meat and poultry at Whole Foods, in the statement.
To be eligible, customers must purchase a Whole Foods-labeled turkey from the retailer between November 1