One unique way to cook a turkey is to have it ground up into turkey burger. If you're not quite sure you'll like it, buy a package of turkey burger from the store beforehand and test it out. It's not only a healthier alternative to beef burgers, it can also be a delicious meal.
There are many ways to grill a turkey burger, and this one is fairly new to me. I tested it out today and found that it is so far one of the best turkey burgers I've had. Start by making patties from your ground turkey, then put on your favorite steak seasoning. You can sprinkle cheese into your patties if you want to, but I didn't. After you pat the seasoning into the burgers, cover both sides of the burger in your favorite barbeque sauce. I used honey barbeque, but any flavor works. Spread the sauce around the burger and make sure it is thoroughly covered. This will add some flavor to your meat while it grills.
Put your vegetable pouch and your patties on the grill and close the lid. Let it sit about 10 minutes before you flip the burgers. Ideally, you only want to flip your burgers 1-3 times while cooking. After you flip them, start moving the vegetables around to make sure they are evenly cooked. As you continue cooking, the spinach will become more shriveled and the mushrooms will darken. The olive oil will started bubbling and help the vegetables cook, but keep moving them and flipping them over while you cook.
When your burgers are thoroughly cooked, but them in the vegetable pouch on top of the vegetables and add cheese slices. I used muenster cheese slices, but swiss or provolone also work well with mushrooms. Now that the burgers are off the grill, take your hamburger buns and put them on it. Flip them every few minutes as the cheese on the burgers melts to toast your buns.
Finally, when your buns are toasted and the cheese is melted, take the pouch off the grill and put the burgers on the buns. Then scoop out the vegetables and put them on top of the burger. I put my lettuce and tomato under the burger with my grilled veggies on the cheese. You could also grill some corn for a tasty fall meal that will have your neighbors sniffing jealously across the fence.