Turkey Recipes

Turkey may be the most difficult of all meats because if you over cook it even slightly you have cardboard. But getting it right isn't hard. Turkey poses several problems that we can solve by thinking scientifically. My methods differ drastically from tradition, but if you follow my guidelines you can make this flightless bird soar above the flock.

"I can have Thanksgiving all year round."

Cindy Margolis
Everything you need to know about how to make the ultimate turkey, smoked, grilled, or barbecued. We cover shopping, thawing, prep, injecting, cooking, gravy, carving, serving. We bust the myths about brining resting and other tales and explain how to spatchcock (butterfly). Learn how to make stuffing muffins! read more
Sous Vide and the grill and smoke combine to make the best turkey you have ever tasted. This sous-vide-que turkey recipe results in superbly tender and and juicy meat from the low and slow sous vide method, highlighted by the delicate elegance of hardwood smoke and crispy skin that can only be achieved on the grill. read more
This flavor rich and visually stunning smoked turketta recipe is a fun holiday twist on traditional Italian porchetta. Turkey breast makes it much easier and faster than boning out a whole pig or even just the belly and loin. Port soaked cranberries stuffing elevate the turkey breast to epic heights. read more
You've heard of it whispered in back alleys and dark corners of bars. It works. Here's the recipe for the mythical White Castle stuffing, certain to not only be a hit with Harold and Kumar but with all of your holiday guests! And the best part? It's super simple to make with only a handful of ingredients. read more
Turkey is probably the most difficult meat to cook because you need to cook it to a higher temp than almost any other meat to make it safe, and if you overshoot by as little as 5°F, you go from juicy and giving thanks, to cardboard. Here's how to set up your charcoal grill for smoking an amazing turkey. read more
Turkey is probably the most difficult meat to cook because you need to cook it to a higher temp than almost any other meat to make it safe, and if you overshoot by as little as 5°F, you go from juicy and giving thanks, to cardboard. Here's how to set up your gas grill for smoking a turkey. read more
How do caterers hold cooked meats safely for so long? It's called a hotbox or Cambro and you can make a faux Cambro with a simple beer cooler. It's the secret to resting large cuts of BBQ like brisket, pork butts, and whole turkeys while keeping them warm and transporting them. Here's how to set up a faux Cambo. read more
Spatchcocking, or butterflying, a whole turkey, chicken or any other bird is a great way to make moist, delicious birds that are browned all over and evenly cooked in less time. It's a simple matter of cutting out the bird's backbone, a deboning process that is easy and painless with good kitchen or poultry shears. read more
Carving a turkey or chicken needn't be a chore. Once you understand the bird's architecture, you can easily dismantle it. read more
If you're a turkey breast fan then you're sure to fall in love with Bobby Flay's recipe for tandoori style grilled turkey breast. Turkey breast can be difficult to cook as it can easily overcook but Flay's flavorful marinade helps to keep it moist and tender while grilling. read more

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