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Submissions sought for Cuero Turkeyfest cookbook

WORTHINGTON -- Residents are invited to submit a recipe for the Cuero Turkeyfest Cookbook. The recipe should meet the following guideline: The recipe must include a list of all ingredients, in order of use, in exact common U.S household measureme...

WORTHINGTON -  Residents are invited to submit a recipe for the Cuero Turkeyfest Cookbook. The recipe should meet the following guideline: The recipe must include a list of all ingredients, in order of use, in exact common U.S household measurements; step-by-step instructions for preparation including applicable cooking times and temperatures; and the approximate number of servings in the recipe. Residents can also include their involvement with Turkeyfest or any other comment on the festival. The name, phone number and the name of the dish should be emailed to info@turkeyfest.org . For additional information call (361) 275-2725.

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