What if you could make a meal for $10?
It’s a new trend in the fast-food industry, and if you have a turkey, you can.
Chef Woodwind and his family are raising money for a Thanksgiving turkey farm to supply the food to those who can’t afford one themselves.
This is the second year Woodwind has raised money for the turkey farm.
He is also raising funds for a second Thanksgiving turkey, which he hopes will be ready by the end of the year.
Woodwind says he and his wife had a great Thanksgiving.
“I think we were pretty good with our turkey.
We ate it out in front of the kids,” he said.
“We even brought some back to the house, cooked it up for them and put it in the fridge.
We even took some out to dinner and shared it with the family.”
Woodsons Thanksgiving meal included mashed potatoes, roasted turkey, mashed potatoes with gravy and cranberry sauce.
His daughter, Sarah, is working as a food service manager for a restaurant and is a fan of Woodsons turkey.
“He’s very good with his recipes and I think it’s just the perfect thing to have for Thanksgiving,” she said.
Sarah Woods, a foodservice manager at a restaurant in New York City, says she enjoyed the food.
Sarah Woods said she liked the flavor of the turkey.
She said she had turkey in front the children as well as dinner and breakfast.
When Sarah was born in 2006, she had a chicken, but it was not her favorite food.
“When I was a kid, my dad would bring me the chicken every Thanksgiving.
It was so good.
I was always thankful that I could have my family on Thanksgiving,” Sarah said.
Sarah said her family always made Thanksgiving dinner.
At Thanksgiving, Sarah said she made sure her husband had something to eat with them.
“He loves to have food with us on Thanksgiving.
He knows how to make us feel good,” Sarah explained.
Sarah and her husband both eat turkey for Thanksgiving dinner each year.
“It’s something we always have,” Sarah added.
A year ago, Sarah had turkey dinner at her husband’s house.
“We had a wonderful time and the kids were so excited.
I can’t wait to have the turkey again for my husband’s next Thanksgiving,” said Sarah.
In 2017, Sarah and her family brought home the first turkey for the Thanksgiving dinner they prepared for the entire family.
Sarah and the other family members shared the turkey, with the guests having to help each other with the food preparation.
Sarah, Sarah’s husband, and her daughter Sarah have been raising money online for a turkey farm for the past two years.
The Woodsongs farm is located in North Carolina and is located about an hour away from Asheville.