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Tag Archives: turkey
RockRecipes.com has the distinction of being Recipe and Blog of the Month. Their recipe for Cranberry Hazelnut Turkey Wellington is a winner for the holidays. It’s mouth wateringly delicious with a stunning presentation. I made it last week in preparation … Continue reading
Susan asked: I haven’t yet had the nerve to try brining. What do you think of it, and is it worth the extra time it takes? My answer: I’ve brined turkeys and they’ve turned out moist and tasty. It involves … Continue reading
Everyone has their own theory on what works best for cooking the Thanksgiving bird, and I’ve tried most preparation methods. Frankly, I prefer to keep things simple and I’ve found that brining the turkey prior to roasting has put the … Continue reading
Samantha asked: What do you think is the best way to prepare/cook a turkey? My answer: Brining has resulted in my most succulent turkeys. Everyone has their theory on what works best for cooking the Thanksgiving bird, and throughout the … Continue reading
Keep stuffing from falling out of turkey while it’s baking, by covering the stuffed cavity with a heel from a loaf of bread. This seals stuffing in and juices won’t drip out.