Stuffed with wood chips and smoked in the Samoa haze.
Although I have never tried the Safeway 2 hour turkey that they are furnishing directions for cooking a turkey in a short time, it sounds like it works.Don't try this at home - worked with a woman who brought in some of her turkey leftovers and asked everyone to try a little as she couldn't figure out why it was awful. Had a very bad taste. I asked her what she had done to the turkey and as far as seasonings, etc. I had done the same thing. Then she said that she had a lot of trouble getting the turkey rinsed - she had washed it with liquid dishwashing soap poured on it inside and outside. I always think of this every year when I am rinsing my bird with cold water and wonder how many others have done the same thing.Have a happy turkey day y'all.
Boy! If something you are cooking tastes bad, the last thing to do is have everybody in the house have a taste of it.
C'mon. It's the holidays. No slander.
Happy bird day the other Richard...Me, cooking a duck---the old fashion way...enjoy......
Roasted and stuffed with sauerkraut (with juniper berries).
Brined and roasted. Standard stuffing - croutons, broth, onions, celery, sausage, giblets, spices...Nothing like the classics, though I will try the oyster/cornbread/chestnut recipe one of these years.Capped with my wife's famous walnut pie. Mmmm.
And Mickey's beer to wash it all down! MMMMMM.
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