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    Thanks ChelseaBurn I will go to my supermarket and get one.

    What will I do without you????

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    Quote Originally Posted by super jumbe View Post
    Thanks ChelseaBurn I will go to my supermarket and get one.

    What will I do without you????

    you'd be stuffingless?

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    agree with rashers also stick some oranges inside the bird mate.

    I hate stuffing out of a packet..... mind you I hate most things premade of utter cheap crap .


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    I may invite dk members for a slice of turkey if it comes out to be tasty??..

    I like that one garry1312 stick some oranges inside the arse.

    Are you shore, they say too many cooks spoil the!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

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    Yeah stuff it right up there mate.

    Not only does it give a nice flavour but the oranges will burst and will keep the meat nice and moist and stop it going dry


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    The first line of ya question said it all my wife said! Well let let her do it then if it all goes pete tong it wasn't ur fault and u can sit drowning your sorrows of a Xmas dinner went wrong till the pubs open

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    Recipes I'll leave to others but the best cooking pan for a turkey is a porcelain enamel on steel rectangle covered roaster - 14" W x 8.5" D x 21.25" L - dimensions to hold a 25lb turkey. Can be a wee bit pricey but it will last forever and your turkey will cook fast, brown (even with cover on) with the meat falling off the bones. I spent years cooking with cheap cookware, and those horrible aluminum temp pans until I broke down and bought a covered roaster and haven't regretted a day. Great for large roasts and hams as well.

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    I inject mine with a mixture of beer, cajun spice and italian dressing and deep fry it. I have done many and this is the best way I have had my turkeys so far.

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    256 mins per pound plus 256 mins. Cover turkey in foil to keep it moist and place bacon rashers on it. Remove foil last 25 mins.Check with skewer that juices run clear by plcing skewer in below the leg at the thickest part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by super jumbe View Post
    I may invite dk members for a slice of turkey if it comes out to be tasty??..

    I like that one garry1312 stick some oranges inside the arse.

    Are you shore, they say too many cooks spoil the!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

    i wouldnt go stickin oranges up your arse while cooking a big bird like this,wait until youve cooked it...

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    Default How do I cook my 25 lb turkey

    My turkey is pre-brined this yearIm doing the slow roast method, where you cook it for like 15 hours at 185F. Im using the Jalepeno butter injection kit and slathering the outside with butter.

 

 
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