Tag: turkey

Spatchcock Turkey
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Spatchcock Turkey for Christmas

As I’ve previously written, I’m not a big fan of turkey. It’s just not a type of meat I’m crazy about. – I find it too dry. So people often say things like brine the turkey. Or cook it breast down. Or inject it with liquified butter. Or dry brine it. Or deep fry the […]

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Turducken 2.0

Earlier last year I had Greg the Butcher from Meat Craft put together a sort of turducken for me. It was delicious. Around the same time I saw the local grocery store, Buy Low was advertising turduckens on sale for $80. We bought and kept one of the Buy Low turduckens in the freezer ready […]

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Cooking the Turducken

As I have said many tiimes before, I am NOT a fan of the traditional turkey. No matter what I have done, I have found the meat to be dry and tasteless – of course I have not yet had a deep-fried turkey, but no matter what I have done, my turkey experience has not […]

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STOUFFER’S Fit Kitchen; a Nutritious Wingman

In an effort to make sure we are making food choices that provide us with healthy and nutritious meals, we are eating at home much more often. So I thought today would be an excellent opportunity to try out the new STOUFFER’S® Fit Kitchen meals. To begin I first warmed up the Stouffer’s® Fit Kitchen […]

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After the Brined Turkey

Well Christmas dinner has come and gone and other than the “wreck” the brined turkey has been consumed. And the verdict? I still do not enjoy the white breast meat from turkey. The truth is, breast meat is simply too dry to be enjoyable. Even after brining for 24 hours, the breast meat was not […]

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Brining a Turkey

I can’t stand to eat turkey; more specifically, I can’t stand the dry, sawdust like white turkey meat that is all too often served up at the traditional family gatherings like Thanksgiving and Christmas. I don’t mind the dark meat so much. As a result of my dislike for turkey, I have been searching for […]

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Christmas Turducken for our Family Meat-Feast

I have decided, rather arbitrarily that our family Christmas feast will be centered around a Turducken. For those unfamiliar with such a beast, it is a chicken deboned wrapped inside of a deboned duck with the final outer layer of flesh of a deboned turkey. However, such a feast can be ridiculously expensive so I […]