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Franklin, Benjamin

An American founding father. His two culinary claims to fame are that he said that the U.S.A. should have chosen turkey, and not the bald eagle, as the national bird; and that his English son-in-law Richard Bache introduced pheasants to America. See 'Pheasant'

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