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Turkey Recipes Anyone?

Posted Nov 21 2008 1:54pm

turkey.jpg I think the folks at All Recipes must have been listening to my conversations with friends over the last few days. You see, this year, yours truly will be cooking the entire Thanksgiving feast all by her lonesome. Why do you ask? Simple, my mom and dad decided to head south earlier in the season and so beginning next week, I'm going to be chained to my kitchen and frankly, that scares me.

And just today, I started asking people about the best websites to visit for some great turkey recipes and then BAM! Like a telepathic message from Emeril Lagasse, I get this fortuitous message waiting in my inbox from All Recipes...

"According to the National Turkey Federation, approximately 690 million pounds of turkey will be eaten November 27. What's this year's preferred method for cooking the holiday bird? As tracked by Allrecipes.com, the world's #1 food site, it appears it's back to basics.

Based on the activity of the eight million home cooks who have already visited the site this November, searches for roast turkey recipes are up 135 percent as compared to last year. Brined and fried turkey is piquing the curiosity of a few, but overall searches to these recipes are down three percent. No matter how you cook it, below is a list of America's top five most popular turkey recipes this year."

Allrecipes.com's 2008 Top Thanksgiving Turkey Recipes


CLASSIC
Homestyle Turkey, the Michigander Way

WITH A TWIST
Maple Roast Turkey

BRINED
Perfect Turkey

DEEP-FRIED
Deep-Fried Turkey

GRILLED
The Greatest Grilled Turkey

BAGGED
Turkey in a Bag

ETHNIC-INFLUENCED
Cajun Deep-Fried Turkey

OTHER
Garbage Can Turkey

So now that I got the turkey recipes down pat, what do I do about my mom's classic sweet potato pie with marshmallows? Do you think that could make it through fed-ex?

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