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Old 11-19-2011, 05:44 PM   #16
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How Do You Cook Your Turkey?


the wife been cooking ours on the gas grill out back for quite a while, no, not the same turkey,, got receipt from Yankee magazine,, a 24lb'der takes around 3 hours,, just as tender and moist as can be........ everyone enjoy

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Old 11-21-2011, 03:37 PM   #17
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Well what i do is roast the turkey upside down in a roasting tray and foil over the top of the tray and cook the turkey over night on very low heat and do not add any fat or oil and the turkey come out nice and moist and not dry.
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Step 1: Buy turkey
Step 2: Have wife cook turkey


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In seriousness, we have a newfangled oven that basically does everything for us. There is a probe we stick in the bird, and plug into the side of the oven. Turn on convection roast and walk away. The oven beeps when the inside of the turkey is cooked to our preset temperature.
Hilarious.

Seriously though...I have fried the last 3 with good success. Super quick and really juicy.
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Well what i do is roast the turkey upside down in a roasting tray and foil over the top of the tray and cook the turkey over night on very low heat and do not add any fat or oil and the turkey come out nice and moist and not dry.
I use to flip it upside down too! It really pulls the juices into the breast and for years that's all we ever had (just the breast - no legs, etc).
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i usually bake mine with a lot of different seasonings. i like a kick to my turkey

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