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Date: 11/25/08 5:36 PM

I'm thinking of brining my Turkey this year. Any recipes or suggestions?

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Date: 11/25/08 5:51 PM

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Date: 11/25/08 5:53 PM

Thank you! I will check Martha Stewarts site!

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Date: 11/25/08 5:55 PM

I am a Canadian so celebrated Thnaks Giving 6 weeks ago. I decided to do thing s a bit differently and followed the recipes in Cooks Illustrated magazine. The one with an apple cranberry pie on the front.

Not only was the turkey brined, but it was butterflied and cooked at a high temp for a shorter period of time. It was delicious. I followed the stuffing recipe, premade the gravy and all. I will do it again.

I made the apple cranberry pie too. I did not like the pastry, but the filling was yummy and not too sweet.

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Date: 11/25/08 6:03 PM

Domestic farm raised turkey is good brined. But a fresh from the woods wild turkey tastes best over a charcoal grill on the rotisserie, Mmmm

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Date: 11/25/08 6:09 PM

Sounds delicious!

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Date: 11/25/08 6:09 PM

Both sound wonderful!

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Date: 11/25/08 6:12 PM

I vote brine. Alton Brown has a wonderful recipe we have used for several years. Can't wait. Happy Thanksgiving.

the aromatics make this a great recipe Brine Recipe
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Date: 11/25/08 6:15 PM

I'll check to see if I can find his recipe online. Thanks for the info! Happy Thanksgiving!

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Date: 11/25/08 6:18 PM

I just checked to see if Cooks Illustrated had a website. They do, and the recipes are on there! I'm all for preparing what I can ahead of time~this is such a great resource! Thank You!

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