Practice

Getting in some practice for Thursday.


You gotta love some of these Thanksgiving week sales. I bought a pair of turkeys at 40 cents a pound. One is 15 pounds and the other 16, and each cost about the same as a big sandwich would have in a store.

I didn't flip over the turkey when I was roasting it. Turns out that's really a good step to follow. The meat still tasted great but it could have been a wee bit moister. Next time I'll flip it over! The potatoes, on the other hand, were absolutely perfect and the gravy was pretty good.

Comments

kenju said…
You're making me hungry! I love turkey and I am really looking forward to mine.
Teresa said…
I never flip my turkey over... for a few years, we did roast it breast side down and it was a bit more moist. Now, I just baste it and cover it once it starts to brown, usually after about 2 hours. Turns out fine.

I'm ending up with two free turkeys this year (for buying X amount of groceries at two different stores). I picked up one of them already -- a 22 lb. one and will get the other tomorrow when I pick up the last of my Thanksgiving supplies. Oddly, this year I'm not cooking the turkey... I've got side dish duty. That one is odd since I don't eat the side dishes for the most part and will have to wing it so far as taste goes. Beware what you request!
Malibu Stacy said…
http://www.latimes.com/theguide/holiday-guide/food/la-fo-turkeycontest,0,3586629.story

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