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12 Mouthwatering Ideas for How to Cook a Turkey

By Jennifer Savor the Thyme |

I received an email earlier today from Better Homes & Gardens about How to Cook a Turkey. I wondered if, in fact, there can be that many ways to cook a turkey based on the title that stated ’12 Mouthwatering Ways to Cook a Turkey’.

Could it be that there are 12 different approaches and from that an endless supply of Turkey Recipes?

I had no idea that there were so many ways to cook an amazing Thanksgiving Day Turkey. Which are your favorites?

1. Glazed
2. Infused
3. Deconstructed
4. Brined
5. Crusted
6. Grilled
7. Roasted
8. Marinated
9. Smoked
10 Butter under Skin
11. Rubbed
12. Deep-Fried

Read each one in detail at Better Homes & Garden

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About Jennifer Savor the Thyme

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Jennifer Savor the Thyme

Jennifer Leal is a stay-at-home mom with two children, ages 5 and 7. Her blog Savor the Thyme, along with her recipes at Babble, focus on family-friendly healthy food and lifestyle.

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0 thoughts on “12 Mouthwatering Ideas for How to Cook a Turkey

  1. Bluedog says:

    Deep fried with buffalo sauce, baby!! And a whole head of celery and bluecheese sauce on the side. Only way to go.

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  3. iheartrhody says:

    I’m a traditionalist. Roasted, all the way. Maybe a little Bell’s seasoning, and stuffing.

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