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Discussion in 'The Mainboard' started by devine, Nov 17, 2021.
We’re doing a ham and a Goose
Roasted using Ina’s recipe
Probably getting a Mexican meal instead
Idk ask my mom lol
I smoked, 1 fried, 1 ham. Just as turkey- jesus intended.
Can you add her to our snap group I lost her number lol
dry brined and roasted. Upside down method
I plan to buttchug my turkey this year.
Also, can not vote for multiple options. OP is a known hack and this is evidence.
I know it's been a rough year, but is it so bad that youve turned into a Tennessee fan?
Heading to grandparents house on my side where my grandmother cooks the bird and then over to my wife’s parents after that where her mom cooks it. Both in the oven.
I see a bunch of turkeys in here and am not prepared to do anything with them lol
Hoping to sous vide a turkey breast. Just depends on how many people will be at the dinner and how big of a turkey they get.
How are you doing your Turkey though
My wife roasts a turkey. She rubs under the skin with butter and fresh sage. Then she wraps the turkey in a bacon weave and bastes it with straight maple syrup. It's amazing.
I also smoke about 6 extra legs.
Garlic thyme rosemary prime rib
Not a real holiday unless a large mammal is slain
Ordered a honey baked ham. I gave up on cooking a turkey because no one in my family eats it. We are also traveling so not sure what kind of cookware we'd have.
I have a niece who fancies herself to be a cook. She’s volunteered to make the turkey this year and I’m frankly nervous about it.
Spatchcock and smoke it.
Raw like the lord intended it
A relative is making the turkey and I think I’m going to smoke a turkey breast Franklin method
spatchcock is not an option and it should be gbr
i am having tendies
You can roast,smoke, and I suppose fry a spatchcocked bird.
Just sous vide of a Turkey breast this year
Every Thanksgiving we have a home game in Fayetteville (like this year) we have Thanksgiving at Ella's Table. Huge fucking spread of delicious food
Other option. Are you grilling it?
you probably can’t
making turkey sushi
Love the salmon options and good God get me at that risotto.
Smoked and might sous vide a turkey breast.
Going to roast one turkey and smoke another one
Buying a smoked one as part of a meal thing with local BBQ spot due to lack of time this year
Would sous vide a breast if I was doing it, probably will in the next month or two
OP is probably door dashing a cold Turkey to eat at midnight along with two cheese pizzas and a 12 pack of wings
Doing the same, since I’m going to KC Monday-Wednesday next week. I usually do my turkeys this way anyways since they’re incredible but at least I have an excuse this year.
if you’re not frying it, dry brine and spatchcock is the best alternative
Spatchcock, brine, then smoke.
my dad asked me to smoke a turkey again, but my stepmom told me yesterday that she already got turkey breast from Honeybaked Ham so it was covered. Still smoking one and if less gets eaten than expected then that's more to go in the gumbo later.
Have a good dry brine recipe? We were going to try that this year.
I’ve tried several, but nothing works better than just salt and air drying in the fridge overnight (or longer.)
That our plan. Usually order a fried one from Ragin Cajun but it’s just us and the kiddo this year so doing a small turkey ourselves
Is it possible to dry brine for too long?
I typically dry brine Monday night, but I have to travel for work, so I’m thinking I’ll do it Sunday afternoon instead.
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Equal parts kosher salt and baking powder. I also zest a lemon and muddle it in w the salt w a pinch pepper before mixing w the baking powder.
Let it sit in the fridge uncovered on a rack for 3 days prior to cooking