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Jason Clark's step-by-step guide to carving the turkey

By Jim Fair, Editor
Published on Wednesday, November 24, 2021

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If it’s Thanksgiving two things you can count on – availability of turkeys and Greer restauranteur Jason Clark’s step-by-step guide to carving the turkey.

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If it’s Thanksgiving two things you can count on – availability of turkeys and Greer restauranteur Jason Clark’s step-by-step guide to carving the turkey.

If it’s Thanksgiving two things you can count on – availability of turkeys and Greer restauranteur Jason Clark’s step-by-step guide to carving the turkey.

There are plenty of plump turkeys available for Thanksgiving but the price may be higher – maybe as high as 24% compared to last year.

The American Farm Bureau reports, due to a worker shortage, higher transportation costs, supply-chain disruptions and other reasons that a 16-pound turkey will cost about $23.99, up 24% from last year.  The average price of an 8 pound to 16 pound frozen turkey in 2020 was $1.13 per pound, according to the USDA data. For 2021, the average price is $1.36 per pound.

Once the turkey is prepared, Clark, owner of The Strip Club 104 restaurant at 104 East Poinsett Street will illustrate a step-by-step primer on carving and plating a turkey for a beautiful centerpiece at the dinner table.  

Clark tosses in his dish his mother favored with the leftovers – turkey gumbo.

Happy Thanksgiving!

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