Since we have an international forum, I'm curious what non-North Americans think of eating turkey. I live in the U.S. and here it is quite a comfort food, eaten at other holidays and sometimes you can get it on regular days also. In North America before the bird is baked we fill it with dried bread cubes, chopped celery, chopped onions and spices (the basic recipe), but it can have lots of other things in it. We call it stuffing and it is one of my favorite dishes at holiday meals. I read somewhere that until recent times, the turkey was not common enough to be a food source. Can you buy these big birds almost anywhere in the world now? Would you care to eat it?