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Behind The Scenes: Turkey-To-Go’s Booth At The Fair

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FALCON HEIGHTS, Minn. (WCCO) — Food is an important part of the fair. But how it goes from preparation to your plate can take a lot of work.

You need a front and a back line of crews hussling to get the turkey out to the customers. Twenty-five-thousand pounds of turkey will be served and no one should wait longer than 30 seconds to get a sandwich.

We sent WCCO’s Jamie Yuccas to the Turkey-To-Go booth to see what it takes to get those juicy sandwiches together. Watch the video above to see how she did.

The turkey to go booth has been around since 1958, but it used to be across the street in a smaller building.

It’s gotten so popular, it’s expanded and even added new coolers and tools to keep up with demand.

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