[Sca-cooks] The 50th annual SCA-Cooks Thanksgiving list!
Diane & Micheal Reid
dmreid at hfx.eastlink.ca
Mon Nov 20 20:14:37 PST 2006
You know you could always splurg and buy the heat wand for turkey stuffing.
Allows you to do stuffing with none of the worries of nasties.
Essentialy it`s a hollow stainless steel tube witha point on one end to
conduct heat through the bird cooking the stuffing. Don`t have one myself
but American Kitchens program on the Telly seems to think they work.
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From: "Celia des Archier" <celiadesarchier at cox.net>
To: "'Cooks within the SCA'" <sca-cooks at lists.ansteorra.org>
Sent: Monday, November 20, 2006 9:50 PM
Subject: Re: [Sca-cooks] The 50th annual SCA-Cooks Thanksgiving list!
> Kiri said:
> <<We purchased a turkey breast to cook probably on Friday. Phillip
> home the Food Section from the San Francisco Chronicle, and we're going to
> try a couple of the recipes from that...including their version of brined
> turkey. >>
> I brined turkey for the first time last year. It was o.k., but I didn't
> enjoy it enough to put the extra effort in on a regular basis.
> I usually take the lazy cook's way out and a) buy a pre-basted turkey then
> b) shove it into a cooking bag until the last 30 minutes then take it out
> for browning. I've gotten consistently happy results with that formula,
> think I'm gonna stick with it for the most part. (Of course, I also
> stuff the bird, but I do the stuffing ahead and make sure it's cool before
> stuffing the bird for safety's sake and guess I just grew up wrong 'cause
> prefer it that way.)
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