Like most years, I’ll be cooking Thanksgiving dinner for my family. Much of my daily life involves cooking. (I have bread dough rising as I write this.) My lifelong hobby of baking granted me the ability to publish my grandma’s vintage recipes after I discovered her recipe notes going back to the 1920s.
If you’re the one cooking the turkey this year, you’ll find great advice in the article shared below.
Friendly tip: If you’d like to avoid the hassle of basting a turkey while it roasts, I suggest using one of those turkey cooking bags. They actually speed up the cooking time and produce a moist bird every time.
Fresh or frozen? Mashed potatoes, stuffing, relish: Turkey FAQs you need this Thanksgiving
WASHINGTON, November 19, 2017 – Thanksgiving means turkey and from stuffing to cranberry sauce, there are plenty of questions on how to make your holiday feast memorable. Following are the turkey facts, from brine to stuffing, that will help you bring the most magnificent roasted bird to the table.