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Reviewed Good Eats Roast Turkey

Oct 9, 2012 in Food Network Community Toolbox on FoodNetwork.com

For smoke and Gravy: Add water to the pan. For gravy: I have already cooked a turkey, I didn't brine it, just used the other directions and the aromatics. I roasted with carrots, a cut up onion and celery. Put the neck into the roasting pan, but don't use the livers etc, they will get bitter if overcooked. After roasting and removing the bird, "

Reviewed Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 20, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Yes - you can use this brine recipe on turkeys in a solution, almost all frozen turkeys have a 6 to 8 percent solution. You don't need to change or adjust anything, just follow the directions. Be sure to use your "turkey triangle" of foil after the first 30 minutes, check for the video of Alton showing how to use it. I think you can find the Romancing...

Reviewed Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 20, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

One other thing - if you are concerned about bacteria, that's what the ice is for. I also bought a $20 large 5 gallon orange igloo drink cooler that I line with a trash bag and use for my Thanksgiving turkeys. The lid keeps it cold and the birds fit perfectly, even my 22 pounder a few years ago. I just got my cooler out!

Reviewed Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 19, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Best recipe! You can use vegetable or chicken broth. The difference between stock and broth is debatable. Also, Alton uses frozen turkeys since they can survive the travel to our homes better, and most all of them have been 'treated' with some solution. These are fine to use in a brine!! Fresh turkeys are good candidates as well. Allspice berries...

Reviewed Good Eats Roast Turkey

Nov 19, 2010 in Food Network Community Toolbox on Food Network

Best recipe! You can use vegetable or chicken broth. The difference between stock and broth is debatable. Also, Alton uses frozen turkeys since they can survive the travel to our homes better, and most all of them have been 'treated' with some solution. These are fine to use in a brine!! Fresh turkeys are good candidates as well. Allspice berries...

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