The last time we had a domestic farm turkey for Thanksgiving was when my daughter won a "turkey shoot" free-throw hoops contest run by the local recreation department. Otherwise, it's wild turkey on the table.
Eating wild turkey at Thanksgiving extends the good hunt memories.
I use the whole turkey: breast meat, drumsticks (which I parboil 90 minutes before picking the meat); even the rest of the remaining bird for soup broth and additional turkey bits (great with appetizer recipes).
Regular Strut Zone contributor Charlie Elk recently sent this wild turkey recipe for you guys to consider. I've included his instructions below. Let's call it "Charlie Elk's Planked Wild Turkey":