It's almost go time for Thanksgiving dinner! I picked up two large Butterball turkeys since we are doing two separate Thanksgivings this year. When it comes to thawing out your turkey, timing is everything. You don't want to let it sit for too long and you certainly do not want to have your turkey a solid brick of ice come time to cook...
Maybe it's your first Thanksgiving alone and you want to try a few new things. Maybe it's your first time hosting the holiday at your place and you want to surprise your guests. Maybe you just want to bring something new to the table-- literally-- at a friend's Thanksgiving bash.
This Thanksgiving, you may be deep frying a turkey to serve up to your family.
Well, if you're the cook that's going to be supplying the turkey to your family, you may want to take some tips from this video of what not to do.
Thanksgiving can be a breeze or your biggest nightmare. Check here for the turkey do's and don'ts that could save your day. Whether you have been doing this for years or this is your first time hosting the big bird for your family, you'll be a champion.
For some this Thursday will be the first time to ever cook a turkey for others it will cause much stress not to dry it out and a few chosen will again make the best tasting-moist turkey ever. Are you one of the chosen?