Wednesday, July 20, 2005

The Search for America's Finest Restaurant Is Over


If you answered "nowhere but Conneaut's own White Turkey" to each of the above questions, you weren't paying very close attention, because the "what other restaurant" form in the final question begged to be answered "none" rather than "nowhere."

Did you know?
The White Turkey Drive-In got its name from the White Holland Turkeys that the Tuttles had raised on their turkey farm. They wanted to use the large birds left in the operation, so they used them to make their turkey sandwiches for their new business. Today, turkey sandwiches are still on the menu and still the favorite of many customers. Gary and Peggy Tuttle and five helpers spend the month of February preparing the turkey. Currently, one and a quarter tons of turkey is needed to last the season.

Bonus points if you can name the White Turkey employee who is related to Mrs. Good Reverend.

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