turdley: demaL-demaL-yeH: CruJones: There is also no reason you can't have a turkey and a Honeybaked Ham.I'm Jewish.Me too. We only eat ham on Easter./Seriously. My dad's thing. //Steak this year for Thanksgiving.
GardenWeasel: Ham - EasterTurkey - ThanksgivingRoast beef - Christmas
FunkOut: GardenWeasel: Ham - EasterTurkey - ThanksgivingRoast beef - ChristmasI've convinced a few people roast beef is the way to on Christmas instead yet another turkey. Roast beef, gravy, Yorkshire pudding, fancy British cheddar with sesame crackers, etc.
spidermilk: Bought 14 lb turkey. Brined it. Cooked it with foil on the breast for 2.5 hours until my [real] meat thermometer read 165 in the breast. Delicious.!
t3knomanser: It's turkey. It's not like there's any part of it that's particularly interesting. The entire reason gravy exists is to disguise the fact that turkey, even the dark meat, is bland and uninteresting.
CygnusDarius: GardenWeasel: Ham - EasterTurkey - ThanksgivingRoast beef beast - ChristmasGrey Goose - New Year
Tillmaster: Kosher turkey is delicious. It's the way they prepare it.However, we're not going to have turkey until Christmas this year.Our Thanksgiving meal will be Steak and Kidney Pie.Excellent!
St_Francis_P: Maybe you're cooking it wrong. I like the white meat.Yes, I know; that's racist.
calm like a bomb: Every year, every farking year, I ask as nicely as I can, "Hey, how about we get a ham as well? Or some fish. Or I grill a steak?
Coelacanth: *Trying to figure out how to cook this mushroom log thingy my vegan brother wants instead of turkey*
PsiChick: always makes a pack of turkey legs, not a whole turkey
WeenerGord: PsiChick: always makes a pack of turkey legs, not a whole turkeyAnyone have a good recipe for a pack of legs?
cretinbob: calm like a bomb: Every year, every farking year, I ask as nicely as I can, "Hey, how about we get a ham as well? Or some fish. Or I grill a steak?A couple years ago the wife went to visit the kids. Since I had to work and couldn't take time off, I did just that. I went and got a nice thick, aged, hand cut and trimmed 16oz Porterhouse.
cleveralthere: FlashHarry: brine it and don't overcook it.This. My sister uses the Alton Brown method which has produced the best tasting turkey i have ever had. I dont usually like white meat but this one was nice and juicy and delicious.
shortymac: The Alton Brown brine method also improves deep fried turkey. Mmmmmmm, makes the breast taste like really good lunch meat version. I add cranberry wine to my brine.I want to try his cured turkey, which is funny because in his original episode he said you can't butterfly a turkey.
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