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Happy Thanksgiving!

I don't know about you, but I think wearing a turkey on your head is a fantastic sartorial choice for a family meal and I suggest all of you try it this Thanksgiving, dear readers. Also, please take photos and sent them to us if you do. Me, I've got a 20 pound Butterball all picked out. It really brings out my eyes. I can't wait to wear it.

A very happy and healthy Thanksgiving to all our American readers, and a sexy and lucrative Thursday and Friday to those of you who won't be spending the next two days wrestling family and friends over a turkey. We're pretty grateful for all of you. And we'll be back on Monday for more!

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Вот это фотография! Интересно как на эту(этого) актёра после всего смотрели )))



Whole Roasted Turkey

It’s not afraid of butter.

SERVES: 12, with leftovers

TIME: 3 to 4 hours1 14
pound turkey, giblets and neck removed and reserved for gravy
(best to let the turkey sit out at room temperature for two hours before cooking)
coarse sea salt 1/2 cup melted butter + 4 tablespoons softened
1/2 bottle dry white wine
freshly ground black pepper
optional: Classic Bread Stuffing or an onion, several cloves garlic, a lemon

Put your oven rack as low as it can go. Preheat the oven to 450º F.

Rub the turkey with a large handful of coarse sea salt. Rinse with cold water and pat completely dry with paper towels. Let it hang for a minute.

Get yourself a big piece of cheesecloth. Fold it in half and then in half again. Cut it so you have a four-layer square that’s roughly 15 x 15. Combine the melted butter and wine in a large bowl and soak the cheesecloth in it.

Back to the turkey. Stuff the cavity with some of your Classic Bread Stuffing (see recipe below) if you’d like. If not, sprinkle the cavity with salt and pepper. Feel free to throw in a quartered onion, a few cloves of garlic and/or a halved lemon. Tie the legs together with a piece of twine. Rub the four tablespoons of softened butter all over the turkey and sprinkle the outside with plenty of salt and pepper. Set the turkey on a roasting rack inside of a large roasting pan. Squeeze out your cheesecloth (it should still be damp, just not dripping) and drape it over the turkey, completely covering the breast and most of the legs. Be sure to save the leftover butter and wine.

Roast the turkey for half an hour. Take it out of the oven and baste it (over the cheesecloth) with some of the leftover butter and wine mixture. Turn the oven down to 350º F. Let the turkey roast for another hour and a half, basting every half hour with the butter and wine and the juices from the bottom of the pan.

At this point your turkey will have been cooking for two hours. Remove the cheesecloth and cook for another hour to hour and a half, still basting every half hour until a thermometer inserted in the thickest part of the thigh registers 180º F.

Remove the turkey to a board and let it rest for at least half an hour before carving. Be sure to save everything in the bottom of the pan for gravy.



а что же тогда произошло с тёткой на 1й картинке???  :shine:


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