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How do you cook your turkey?
Baked 60%  60%  [ 6 ]
Grilled 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Deep-fry oil 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
Others 30%  30%  [ 3 ]
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Cherry coke is good, witchy! I also love using Dr. Pepper and cloves and cherries.



Hey Balla i love that too!!

And I want nothing to do with that Mole!!! Ha Ha Ha

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I chose 'other' because I roast my bird...but I suppose that it's really only an academic difference.

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I discovered that new taste with my friend. I had never tried it like that.
The taste with the red wine was amazing.

The ones I haven't tried yet are BBQ and fried.

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you know i haven't tried a fried bird either... i have had it roasted and bar b qued :) the BBQ is by far my favorite :) smoked too!!

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I've had my turkey cooked all ways except BBQed. I like it in the oven the
best, call me boring!! Ha :wink:

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witchy wrote:
I've had my turkey cooked all ways except BBQed. I like it in the oven the
best, call me boring!! Ha :wink:



as long as YOU'RE the one cooking and i'm not having too... trust me, you're not boring :)

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Hahahaha! You should try cooking one, Adrian! They're not that hard to do.

I want to try the BBQ. It sounds great.

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Speak for yourself Bella, the first Turkey I ever cook, no one told me you had to take out it's guts, it was horrible!! Now I cook like a pro now, but for a bigginer, take out the guts!!! Ha HA :lol: Witchy

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Oh I'm soooo glad that you did the same thing I did, first-time out!!
Oh YUCK! We all just went out for dinner that day! hahahahaha :oops:

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Brine it, then rub it with herbs and butter and garlic and slow roast it in the oven......

And double lock the screen door so the Bumpus' dogs don't get in and eat it.


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i was hoping someone was going to mention the dogs :)

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oh yea

tis the season to be jorry
fa ra ra ra ra raaa ra ra ra raaaaaaaaaa!

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Hahaha Adrian, are you hiding a flask of spiked egg nog in your desk?

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Hahaha Adrian, are you hiding a flask of spiked egg nog in your desk?


He's hiding something!! Ha Ha!!!

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Whatever you do with your turkey BRINE IT FIRST. Let that sucker sit in a pot of saltwater and herbs for a day or two prior to cooking. YOU WILL NOT BE DISAPPOINTED.
We started brining our chickens before roasting them last Mabon. They come out tender and delicious. You will notice a layer of pink on the outermost parts of the meat. This is not cause for salmonella concerns. That layer of color is caused by the salt that makes it's way into the meat during the brining process. The heat of the oven causes this wonderful "discoloration". It's something like the "smoke layer" you find in really good BBQ.
In any case it is delicious. We even converted some friends who hated turkey because it's so "dry". Well worth the extra prep. time.

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