I have been looking forward to today for awhile now. Just the thought of turkey, dressing, gravy, and all the other delicious side dishes has had my stomach rumbling for some time now. It might be a hectic day for those of us who are cooking, but let’s not forget to relax and enjoy the process and also the fruits of our labor. That’s a given though, right?
I hope most of you caught all the posts I had related to getting your turkey ready for Thanksgiving Day. If you didn’t see some of my posts check them out anyway. It is a little too late to implement some of the information I’ve given, but you could always use it for that next turkey.
Remember, turkey is not just reserved for Thanksgiving Day. A turkey is a great meal any time of year.
Get to know your Turkey – Learn about the different turkeys which are available, so you can buy the best bird for your needs.
Size Does Matter – when it comes to buying a turkey – Determine how much turkey you will need to feed that hungry crowd.
Tips on Buying a Turkey – Some helpful points to remember when you are out buying your turkey.
How to Thaw a Turkey – You’ve bought a frozen turkey, now how do you properly thaw it?
How to Brine a Turkey – Do you want a moist, tender turkey this year? Brining a turkey might be what you need.
What is a Turducken? – What an odd name. Find out what a turducken is and how it is prepared.
How to Grill a Turkey – Make room in the kitchen for the other dishes and take your turkey outdoors. Learn how to gill a turkey.
How to Smoke a Turkey – Add a little smoke to this year’s turkey. See how it’s done.
How to Carve a Turkey – You’ve finished cooking the turkey, now it’s time to carve it.
How to Deep Fry a Turkey – It’s not greasy at all, it’s moist and delicious. Learn how to deep fry a turkey.
Happy Thanksgiving everyone! Enjoy those meals.
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