They do not know how to carve a turkey.
No problem. I will tell you how. This is very simple.
Get a sharp knife.
Get a turkey. I recommend a fully cooked bird, but hey, whatever floats your gravy boat.
Carve off chunks in whatever size you want.
That's all there is to it. If you hit a bone, either keep cutting through the bone or stop cutting and pull away the meat you cut.
As I write this, I have a quartered deer and a sliced hog (just needs wrapping) in the barn fridge. Tomorrow I will pick up a quartered and boned deer.
I will process these tomorrow with knives I sharpen with a plain file.
Purists are now recoiling in horror. Use a FILE on a good knife? You'll ruin it, they whine.
Cut cabbage from the stalk in a for 8 hours a day and come back to talk with me about ruining a knife by using a file to sharpen it.
I've cut up more animals from small enough to hold in one hand and almost hide it to nearly a ton than most people in the world. I've dressed enough fish to
I have yet to
Files work. They work faster than a whetstone, sharpening sticks or anything else I have ever used. That is why I use '