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 11/12/2011 11:17 PM
 

So how is your favorite way of preparing the bird??

Do anything crazy or stick to the traditional methods?

Several years ago I had a boss tell me that he cooks his bird upside down so

the back is in the air...juices run in to the breast making them moister...

I've done that.... this year I actually saw it in a recipe...

When I have the stuff to do it with like to put it into a brine like to do that

sheila

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 11/13/2011 12:02 AM
 

I have never cooked a big turkey, only a small turkey breast, so I can't offer any tips. Sorry.


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 11/13/2011 3:33 PM
 

I never have tried anything very fancy. My refrigerator doesn't have a lot of room so would have to do some cleaning if I wanted to brine one. I never have tasted one. My son wants to fry one but that is too much trouble. I'm not buying the equipment to fry one that will be used once or twice a year. We had them a work one time and I wasn't impressed. I use to cook a duck too for my son years ago and I told him I would look for one. I haven't seen one yet. Ducks are mostly grease and not much meat.

Martha

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 11/14/2011 11:56 AM
 

The old standard way: bake it in the oven. I like it fried, but too much trouble and expensive to cook one turkey that way.


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