INBOX INSIGHTS, November 23, 2022: Thanksgiving 2022 Edition

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Thanksgiving 2022 Edition

For those of us in America, we wish you a safe, happy, and healthy Thanksgiving. From all of us at Trust Insights, we’re grateful for you and the community you’ve helped us create.

Thanks to your support this year, we’ve made recurring donations to the Greater Boston Food Bank and the MSPCA to help each other and our non-human friends through tough times. We’ll continue doing this as long as we’re able.

As is tradition, we’ll share with you some of our favorite ways that we use up our leftovers. This year we reached out to our community for their favorite recipes. Here’s what they told us:

Andrej’s Thanksgiving Leftover Turkey Tortilla Soup

  • 3 chopped onions
  • 3 sliced jalapeños
  • 3 cloves garlic
  • 1 Teaspoon oil
  • 1-4 Tablespoons chili powder
  • 2 Tablespoons cumin
  • 1 Tablespoon salt
  • 1 Can (16 ounces) tomatoes, undrained
  • 6 Cups TURKEY BROTH or reduced-sodium chicken bouillon
  • 1 Package (16 ounces) frozen succotash or corn
  • 2 Cups COOKED TURKEY, cut into 1/2-inch cubes
  • 1 bunch chopped fresh cilantro
  • Tortilla chips, coarsely crumbled
  • Grated Monterey Jack cheese
  • Sour cream or yogurt
  • Avocados
  • Limes

In 5-quart saucepan, over medium heat, sauté onion, jalapeños and garlic in hot oil 3 to 4 minutes or until translucent. Stir in spices; cook 1 minute. Add tomatoes, breaking up with spoon. Stir in turkey broth; bring to a boil. Add succotash and turkey, reduce heat to low and simmer 5 minutes.

Serve with tortilla chips, cheese, sour cream or yogurt, hot sauce, cilantro, limes and avocados.

Stuffing Crust Turkey Pot Pie

Analytics For Marketers Community Member Leslie mentioned that her favorite way to use up leftovers was to make turkey pot pie. Here is a recipe you can use.

And just to switch it up, John sent me this Instagram reel for making Turkey Bacon Cheddar Sliders. You can watch that here.

How do you use up your leftovers?

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Have a safe and healthy holiday!

– Katie Robbert, CEO

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Data Diaries: Interesting Data We Found

In this week’s Data Diaries, let’s talk about naming conventions and data governance a bit. I was trying to get some data for this week’s column about turkey sales because of the Thanksgiving holiday. So I hit up my favorite free data source for all things economic, the St. Louis Federal Reserve Bank’s FRED data system.

Here’s the challenge. There’s also a nation whose Anglicized name is Turkey. Fun fact: the poultry is named after the nation.

So when you’re confronted with data that looks like this…

FRED Data

Naturally, it’s a bit confusing as to what exactly we’re talking about, particularly the last item – “Inflation, consumer prices for Turkey”. Only once you dig into the data and see it’s from the World Bank do you realize it’s the nation, not the poultry.

What’s the solution here? Well, for one thing, the nation has asked that we use a non-Anglicized name for it: Türkiye (fully, the Republic of Türkiye). This would immediately separate out the data, because we’d know anything using the Anglicized name is the bird.

Second, to the extent possible, we should be labeling our data clearly and granularly, so that duplicate names occur as infrequently as possible. For example (and also related to USA Thanksgiving), when you refer to someone as Indian, what nationality are you referring to? You could be referring to people from the Republic of India, a nation in southern Asia, or you could be referring to people from more than 500 indigenous peoples’ nations in North America alone.

By using more granular, more specific data labels, we avoid this problem. Using a name like Mashantucket Pequot, Massachusett, or Nipmuc would clearly identify that the person in question is not from the southern Asian nation.

And now, onto the actual turkey sales:

Turkey sales

What I was curious about was turkey sales over the last few years; what we see is that since the pandemic, turkey sales each November have declined. A big part of this is known supply chain issues and shortages – an insufficient number of turkeys in general. Seeing it visualized, however, shows the stark contrast in the before and after of the pandemic.

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