Happy Thanksgiving everyone! It’s time for the turkey, with family and/or friends, and for the holidays. We hope you will all enjoy this time of the year, although Thanksgiving is not celebrated outside of North America. For those who still don’t know what Thanksgiving is about (the word itself says it all), here comes the definition taken from Wikipedia:
Thanksgiving Day is a harvest festival celebrated primarily in Canada and the United States. Traditionally, it is a time to give thanks for the harvest and express gratitude in general. While perhaps religious in origin, Thanksgiving is now primarily identified as a secular holiday.
So now, let’s find out how to cook the turkey (good luck on that!).
Recipe by Sydny Carter published on AllRecipes.com:
• Before you buy the turkey, figure out your guest list. You should have 1 to 1½ pounds of turkey per person.
• Your next decision will be selecting between a frozen or fresh turkey.
• A fresh bird is more expensive, but will save you time and precious refrigerator space. Buy the bird the day before you wish to roast it, but remember to reserve your turkey with the butcher. Most grocers don’t keep a large stock of fresh birds on hand.
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Happy Thanksgiving to all our Sama-Readers!