A panel of chefs answer your Thanksgiving questions
The price of Thanksgiving is up this 20% this year, according to the Farm Bureau. The average cost for the feast is now $64.05, up from $53.31 last year. And included in that meal is the turkey, which has gotten more expensive with the price of feed and the avian flu killing at least 3.6% of the nation’s turkeys this year. So how do you budget for this year’s celebration?
We discuss that, plus answer your cooking questions with our panel of chefs on Cincinnati Edition.
- Ty Higgins, senior director of communications and media relations, Ohio Farm Bureau
- Gabi Odebode, chef, Afromeals
- Paul Sturkey, project and product development chef, The Kroger Company
- Jose Salazar, restaurateur, Salazar, Mita's, Goose and Elder and Daylily
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