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Does Market Basket sell any "upgrade" type turkeys?

nrthshr | Nov 2, 201605:09 PM     7

What I mean by this is, do they offer something that is better in quality than the super cheap turkeys, but more expensive?

I usually cook for about twelve-ish people, including kids. I have roasted both really high end/ special order turkeys and the bargain ones, and nobody seems to notice a difference. Including me. (But that could be the Prosecco effect, in my case).

I keep it very simple with the turkey. And I should probably not beat myself up about this. At least I can decently roast one, which is an accomplishment. And nobody else has offered to take it on in 20+ years. It's not really a budget issue. It's a foodie guilt trip thing. Ugh.

Anyway, I had this irrational thought that maybe good old MB had a solution for this. Like charge a little more to make people like me feel better.

Any feedback is appreciated!

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