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Q: Is serving corn dogs for Thanksgiving weird if they're made of turkey?

Nashville, TN - While Thanksgiving is a wonderful chance to gather with family and friends, it can also be a highly stressful time for those preparing the holiday meal for the first time. In this series, we will answer the most common questions about Thanksgiving dinner preparation.

Question: Is serving corn dogs for Thanksgiving weird if they are made of turkey?

Answer: Absolutely not! Turkey corn dogs are a great way to combine several of the staples of Thanksgiving dinner into one delicious treat. It's like having turkey, corn, and stuffing all in one hand-held bite.
As a matter of fact, a recent archeological dig suggests that turkey corn dogs may have been served at the first Thanksgiving. Carbon dating is currently being done to confirm the findings.

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