How Do I Cook A Turkey #thanksgiving #turkey #foodie

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14 thoughts on “How Do I Cook A Turkey #thanksgiving #turkey #foodie”

  1. I’ve never actually cooked a whole Turkey before! I am scared that I will mess up “lol”, but I guess I just have to follow steps by steps, or I can just let my husband do all the dirty work!

  2. Hard to believe that Thanskgiving is right around the corner!! My first year cooking the turkey I was so scared I was going to mess up the whole dinner!

  3. This is a good guide! Turkey isn’t too hard to cook but it can take a long time to prepare and learning to plan your use of the oven is helpful.

  4. I’ve only made the turkey in a bag when it’s just my immediate family. Can’t believe it’s almost Thanksgiving already.

  5. I love cooking the Turkey! I came across a recipe years ago and have edited a bit since! But it always turns out wonderfully!

  6. We always have Thanksgiving dinner at my in-law’s about an hour away. Either my mother-in-law or my husband’s aunt cook the turkey and ham so I haven’t had to do it yet. Not looking forward to the pressure that I’m sure comes with it! haha Thanks for the recipe!

  7. My sister is always the one responsible for cooking the turkey for Thanksgiving. Her recipe is our mom’s own recipe and it always comes out perfect every year. BTW, we do use butter too. 🙂

  8. I guess it’s never too early to start thinking about and planning a Thanksgiving meal. These tips will help those who roast their own turkey.

  9. I guess it’s never too early to start thinking about and planning a Thanksgiving meal. These tips will help those who roast their own turkey.

  10. I wonder why turkey is so hard to make right–well you just told me! I wasn’t doing it correctly-figures. Maybe this year I will attempt it again using the above directions!!

  11. I remember making my first turkey!! These are great tips, it can be so hard to gauge if you are doing it right or not.

  12. Once you’ve cooked a turkey, you realize it’s really not that hard. Just make sure to remove the bag of gizzards first! I think I forgot to do that one time although the turkey still turned out fine!

  13. I wouldn’t even know where to begin if I had to prepare the turkey for Thanksgiving. I much rather enjoy eating it than cooking it.

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