How to cook the turkey for the Thanks giving?

I am new to north america and I want to cook a perrrfect,true to style authentic turkey for the coming Thanksgiving. All answers thanked before hand...THANKS!!!:)

Asked By: mur_muh - 7/8/2006
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Turkey Primer... More
Answered By: BBQGuide - 7/8/2006
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In a Fryer itr really taste good!
Answered By: Abe - 7/8/2006
Maple Roast Turkey and Gravy... More
Answered By: scrappykins - 7/8/2006
For a juicy turkey you can brine it the night before. Anyway that you decide to cook it your turkey will be moist. Here is a recipe for brine two quarts of vegetable stock/broth, cup of salt, half a cup of sugar. Put the vegetable stock in a pan on the stove heat it up put the salt and sugar in to dissolve. Let it... More
Answered By: Antoinette O - 7/8/2006
Welcome to North America : If you want to get the Turkey on Turkey I sugges you go to the Natianal Turkey Fedration. They have everything that you need to know about them on food safety, handling, preparation and recipes.
Answered By: askthechef - 7/8/2006
Depending on the size of the turkey, it needs to thaw out in the REFRIDGERATOR for a few days ahead of time. Cooking times will also depend on how many pound the bird is. The bigger the bird in pounds, the longer it'll take to cook. You'll want to cook the bird in a roasting pan, not one of those roasting bags. The... More
Answered By: Belle - 7/8/2006
I don't know how authentic it is, but we deep fry ours. It is SO good.
Answered By: motleycfan - 7/8/2006
When you get the turkey home, rinse it out and make sure you take the little packets of kidneys, giblets and the neck out of the cavities. If you buy a frozen one, it will need to defrost in your refrigerator for a week. If you buy a fresh one, it's ready to use as soon as you get home... More
Answered By: yellow_jellybeans_rock - 7/8/2006
I've got an easy method for cooking a turkey and it ends up looking really elegant... More
Answered By: heatherraemccoy - 7/8/2006
It may not be authentic, but it's the easiest since there's some many other dishes to prepare for dinner...I use a oven roaster bag... More
Answered By: Swirly - 7/8/2006
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