How to Choose a Turkey

Posted on November 18th, 2010

Thanksgiving is approaching and, as usual, I am hosting family and friends. I

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7 Responses to “How to Choose a Turkey”

  1. Karrin Says:

    Hahahahahahahahahahaha! Ok I never thought of self-basting turkey’s quite like that! I should not read you at work…I give myself away that I am having a good time ; )

  2. Laurie Says:

    Karrin, LOL. I still can’t believe I think like that!

  3. et Says:

    LOl too funny Here’s another category of “turkey” that ahem… my family uses when and if the emergency of relatives showing up is imminent(in 30 mins or less)…the “whole roasted turkey from Whole Foods complete with stuffing, but will be dumped in a pan and shoved in the oven just before said relatives arrive” category..Now I know this sounds like Thanksgiving blasphemy, but really when mom plans dinner for 4, then gets a phone call right before that relatives are coming(3-4 but eat for 8-10), it’s an all out race to accommodate…what’s a girl to do right? Oh and when this does happen? The family is sworn to secrecy n stuff with full nondisclosure forms and level orange momism threats…lol

  4. Karrin Says:

    Hahahahahah et – what they don’t know, right? ; )

  5. Laurie Says:

    LOL. et, at least you go the Whole Foods route.

    Fortunately for me, I’m Italian-American. We operate under the concept that you can never make too much food, so we always make way, way too much for family dinners. Last year, my husband made two turkeys for 8 people. Yeah. Everyone took home leftovers.

    Happy Thanksgiving!

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