Re: help with turkey
The bag makes it really easy, take out the neck and giblets and follow the directions that came with the bag. I always have a nice brown skin with the bag and it stay nice and moist on the inside. Most turkeys have a button that pops out when it is done so you really don't need a thermometer. You can also check it by piercing the thigh and if the juices are clear it's good.
It's not really that hard, I cooked my first complete Thanksgiving by myself when I was 17 and it was all good.
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