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FoodNetwork offers tips on how to cook a turkey

thanks goodeatsroastturkey lead FoodNetwork offers tips on how to cook a turkeyOkay, so you’ve seen how they drain the blood out of the helpless turkey, here comes how you cook it for Thanksgiving dinner.

With hundreds of Thanksgiving turkey recipes, FoodNetwork.com is talking turkey about how to prepare the perfect bird this year.

Alton Brown’s Good Eats Roast Turkey recipe is the reigning favorite turkey recipe on the Web. The aromatic brine makes the meat perfectly moist while flavoring it with tastes of the season including apple, cinnamon and sage.

Other popular turkey recipes offered on the site include Alton’s delicious Fried Turkey, and Bobby Flay’s Roasted Turkey with a Southwestern flair. The World’s Simplest Thanksgiving Turkey recipe uses traditional ingredients and seasoning with simple preparation for a turkey made with ease and confidence.

The site also provides tips on how to get crisp skin and moist meat when cooking your Thanksgiving turkey. From free range to organic, FoodNetwork.com has explanations of all turkey labels so you can pick the best bird for your holiday celebration. Users will also find important safety tips for cooking this year’s entree.

For Thanksgiving beginners the site offers how-to tips for carving, brining and trussing the turkey. FoodNetwork.com experts Paula Deen, Alton Brown and Bobby Flay offer instructional videos that share personal Thanksgiving holiday tips.

 

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  1. Food Network recipes are great and usually pretty easy to follow. Fancast now has an all-star celeb chef Thanksgiving menu featuring recpies from your fav Food Network chefs. And you can also watch Food Network shows on Fancast on your computer for free. Check it out- http://thebiz.fancast.com/2008/11/allstar_celebrity_chef_thanksg.html

    By meg4fancast on November 26, 2008 12:43 pm

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