According to a 2007 article in Woman's Day, the biggest turkey ever was a male named Tyson that weighed 86 pounds. The turkey was entered into an annual Heaviest Turkey Competition in 1989 by Philip Cook of Leacroft Turkeys, Ltd.
The National Wild Turkey Federation maintains records on wild turkeys hunted in the United States. As of 2014, the biggest wild turkey ever killed in the USA was a 37.13-pound Rio Grande turkey that was harvested by Jacob Braught in Linn, Ore., on April 15, 2002. The turkey with the longest beard was an Eastern turkey with a 22.5-inch beard taken by Cody May in Bowie, Texas, on April 6, 2007.Learn More
Food Timeline notes that humans have been eating eggs since before recorded history, therefore no written record of the first individual to eat an egg exists. U.K. Science Museum explains that humans originated in Africa millions of years ago, so Africans were most likely the first people to eat eggs.Full Answer >
The meat of the bonito fish is edible, but the skin is not. The bonito's meat is pink in color and resembles some species of tuna.Full Answer >
Many foods have hidden pork in them, including gelatin, chips, cookies, cereal, frosting and dairy products such as whipped cream, sour cream, cheese, yogurt and ice cream. Small amounts of pork can be found in so many foods that it can be quite challenging to avoid eating it.Full Answer >
Ring bologna is made by grinding beef and pork together, mixing the ground meat with seasonings and stuffing it into a casing. Although it can be made from a variety of ingredients, typically it includes beef round casings, lean beef, pork shoulder and ground white pepper. You may also want a variety of spices, such as pepper, paprika, nutmeg, allspice, onion powder and salt.Full Answer >