So....TurkeyOf course this staple of the season should be part of your holiday feast. However, few things about preparations intimidated me more. Let's face facts...that thing in it's pre-cooked state is HORRIBLE to look at, cold and slimy to touch and heavy as a rock to maneuver. Rest easy brave culinary adventurer! Where there's a will, there's a way.
So what will you need? Let's have a look.
Get a turkey1) A turkey that will feed the amount of people you are expecting to serve. Your butcher will be happy to advise you, but the info is generally right on the turkey's packaging.
Get a pan2) A pan that will accommodate the bulk of the turkey you choose to roast. There is nothing fun about being all ready to go and finding out that tiny pan will MAYBE fit a drumstick.
Get a turkey bag8) A turkey bag. These are specially designed to be used in the oven and are actually CALLED oven bags, so make sure you get the right kind from the grocery store. This is NOT the same thing as a freezer bag and if you try to cook your turkey in that bag you will be a douchebag.
Get ingredients3) 4 stalks of chopped celery
4) 2 onions, brown or white
5) 6 cloves of fresh, peeled garlic
6) 2 sticks of butter
7) Poultry seasoning
And prepare yourself to take the steps that will land you in gastronomical history!
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