For the first time in my adult life I don't have to cook for Thanksgiving! Well, we're not hosting Thanksgiving but we're still cooking and bringing some food.
*sigh* perfec year for it, too. I'm tired.
I'm hosting Thanksgiving for the first time this year. I hope my knife is up to the task.
I never made a turkey before. I've been planning to have this dinner all year and I could have made a few dry runs wtih smaller turkeys. Why didn't I do that? Why did I wait till Thanksgiving to wing it?
That was punny!
Seriously, good turkey isn't very hard. Relax, you'll be fine.
Hmmmm... tofu turkey
"on a steeeeek"...
ewww. butter on turkey?! gross.
Also not a big fan of rosemary here...
Family turkey secret. Take one peeled onion and one clean apple. Shove into the turkey. sprinkle granulated garlic over the whole thing. Cook covered at 350 for a bunch of hours.
I always brine a turkey overnight before cooking it. That plus cooking by internal temperature instead of time yields a moist turkey every time.
He doesn't cook them... only buys them?