Check This Out! Here Are Some Different Ways To Cook A Turkey For Thanksgiving
Traci has a fantastic story about what Thanksgiving foods that the TSA will allow you to bring on the plane. For example, can you bring a whole turkey on the plane? Here's your answer.
Speaking of turkey, we are less than a week away from Thanksgiving and it's time to think about cooking the Tom. You've heard that old expression, "there is more than one way to skin a cat," well the same can be said about cooking a turkey?
Different Ways To Cook A Turkey
Plastic oven bag. When I first heard about this, I thought it might be fake news. I don't know about you but I dislike dry-tasting turkey. So try baking your turkey inside a heatproof plastic bag because it keeps the juices in.
According to moms everywhere, this is the way to go if you want an easy juicy Thanksgiving turkey. Moms never lie (at least mine doesn't), so go here to get the recipe and try it for yourself.
Deep fry it in lard. Have you ever eaten french fries or ham that was cooked in lard? It is so good. So think what it will do for your turkey. Go here if you want to cook it the lard way.
I saved the best for last...not.
Turkey stuffed with duck, stuffed with chicken stuffed in dressing. If you have been craving the dryness of chicken and turkey along with the succulent taste of duck that's all dressed up then Turducken is the way to go. It's also a possible way to get your guests to go...away.
Don't forget to get toothpicks and kitchen string along with an assistant and get ready to amaze your guests with this adventurous recipe.
Good luck if you decide to try these ways of getting your turkey cooked (as opposed to your goose). I'm going to stick with what's worked out so well for me in the past. Going to my mom and dad's house for Thanksgiving turkey.
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