Amarillo, Texas -
Today's kitchen and American family are evolving which has led to a shift in cooking responsibilities overall as well as at Thanksgiving. A new Butterball survey found that one in four men say they help out more in the kitchen than they did a few years ago, and nearly half of men play a significant role in either preparing or cooking the turkey for the Thanksgiving meal. Butterball is embracing this shift in cooking responsibilities and launched a nationwide search to find Butterball's first male Turkey Talk-Line spokesman.
The new spokesman joined the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line in mid-November to share his advice with Thanksgiving cooks.
With Thanksgiving cooking responsibilities changing, one thing remains steady - the Turkey Talk-Line continues to be a trusted resource for those preparing the holiday meal. And Butterball has tips for the new Thanksgiving table that will help any cook prepare for the big day, ensuring the Thanksgiving meal is a success.
The original Turkey Talk-Line staff of six home economists fielded questions from 11,000 turkey-troubled Americans during its first season in November 1981. Each November and December, professionally trained turkey experts assist more than 1 million cooks through the Turkey Talk-Line, Butterball.com, Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Live Chats and emails in the United States and Canada. With more than 50 staff members, the Turkey Talk-Line has the resources to answer questions from either English- or Spanish-speaking callers, as well as respond to questions via email.