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cook the turkey on its breast that way the meat will not be dry
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i'm cooking the bird for the first time this year. picked up alot of good suggestions from this thread, thanks alot
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I just saw this might have to give it a try...
Cook it on the grill every year
I say smoke or fry the turkey. Once you go this way you never go back. I am going to use my brand new oil-less infrared turkey fryer this year. Used it for a chicken and it was amazing, just as good as oil frying.
Add my vote to brining the turkey ahead of time. Combination of salt, sugar, and a few fresh herbs (there are lots of recipes out there, find one that looks good to you.) Brining results in really moist white meat.
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Nuke it from orbit.
I've got a turducken that's being roasted in my roaster/slow cooker.
What're you cackling at, fatty? Too much pie, that's your problem!
A few years ago my Brother-in-Law deep fried a turkey and that had to be the best turkey I've ever had. Make sure you defrost the turkey first or you risk having an epic explosion.
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