Everything you need to know about cooking your turkey

Everything you need to know about cooking your turkey

Use cooking methods that allow the turkey to reach an internal temperature of 140 degrees in less than four hours and a final temperature of 180 degrees in the thigh. Stuffing should reach 160 degrees. Avoid using low roasting temperatures or partial- …
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A Virtual Thanksgiving

There's nothing better than a potluck, where each person invited brings a unique addition to the meal, and now Food Network is pulling together some of the best Thanksgiving recipes from the most reputable and well-known food websites and blogs. You …
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Chef's table: Undone by the real-estate crash, he's thankful for a fulfilling …

So we turn to Webster for recipes to make your holiday feast particularly flavorful, especially easy and, shared with family, meaningful. To round out that meal, we also get a holiday pie recipe from the café's pastry chef, Stuart Whalan, who has also …
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Sylvia Plath's Cooking Tips For The Holiday Season Thought Catalog

Cooking is an art, like everything else, I do it exceptionally well –. 1: Stuffing You'll want to use lots of herbs, herbs from the ground – The ground, dirt between my fingers. Dirt — our mortal blanket. 2: Turkey Make sure you tender the meat.Thought Catalog
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Stay at Stove Dad: Better Cooking Through Technology: A Guest Post

Paul Kidwell, a Boston-based reader of this blog and a cooking father, wrote to me recently offering to contribute a guest post. I always enjoy hearing from Paul. He has previously written here about Mushroom Bruschetta and Christmas, …Stay at Stove Dad
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Experts urge fire safety when cooking for holidays

Newton County firefighter Joe Cagle carefully lowers a turkey into hot oil for frying. He has checked to make sure the oil is not too hot and knows how much the turkey weighs so it won't overflow the hot oil into the flames below. Careful and …
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Cooking a key ingredient to entertaining for Palmyra family

Cara Churchwell takes her white vegetable lasagna out of the oven to cool. Churchwell is always willing to try a new recipe, or a new combination of recipes, in search of a new favorite. (H-W Photo/Steve Bohnstedt). For White Vegetable Lasagna …
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