While the word “turkey” undoubtedly conjures up instant mental images of Thanksgiving for many people, restaurants around the country serve this all-American poultry every day of the year—and every meal of the day. “Turkey generally is a very popular sandwich,” says Scott Zellmer, general manager of The Coffee Grounds, in Eau Claire, Wis., “because people always perceive it as being healthier than beef.” Coffee Grounds chef Bradley Parent creates eight new sandwiches for ...
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