The National Turkey Federation (NTF) is celebrating its 60th anniversary by offering a collection of popular turkey recipes, tips, parts and trend information to consumers via its web site, www.eatturkey.com.

Simply click on the Consumer icon to find the 60th anniversary section of the site. Consumers will find a collection of turkey recipes for any day part, from breakfast to lunch and dinner. Viewers will also find the best ways to utilize the various turkey cuts available, find helpful turkey tips from purchasing, preparing and storing turkey to learning how to properly roast and brine the versatile bird. There is also a section featuring a range of turkey trends from grilling and deep-frying to comfort and fusion food. For viewer convenience, the NTF has classified all 60 turkey uses into six categories:

  • Convenient Turkey Cuts -- Eye Opening Turkey Breakfast Recipes

  • Helpful Turkey Tips -- Scrumptious Turkey Lunch Recipes

  • Versatile Turkey Trends -- Delectable Turkey Dinner Recipes

  • The 60th anniversary recipes are easy to make and range from upscale entrees to sandwiches and salads. Consumers looking for quick and easy turkey dishes can find sandwich offerings, such as the Breakfast Turkey Sausage Gobble and the Turkey Focaccia Sandwich with Basil Salsa, as well as recipes for Turkey Curry Salad and Grilled Three-Pepper Turkey Pizza. Consumers looking to create a more sophisticated dish for a special occasion or holiday can also turn to the 60th anniversary pages to learn how to easily create offerings like Turkey Ham and Fruit in a Puff Pancake, Oriental Turkey Salad or Turkey Cutlets with Sun-Dried Tomatoes.

    NTF has been providing consumers with information on how to purchase, store, cook and serve turkey since its inception in 1940. Today, the Consumer pages of www.eatturkey.com offer viewers more than 500 easy-to-follow turkey recipes and the opportunity to register to receive them electronically each week to a viewer's e-mail address.

    The National Turkey Federation is the advocate for all segments of the U.S. turkey industry, providing services and conducting activities, which increase demand for its members' products and protect and enhance the ability to effectively and profitably provide wholesome, high quality, nutritious turkey products.