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Roast chicken, black

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Eating lots of dips

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Entered a Serious Eats contest!

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Spatchcocked chicken

Bake the Book: 'Entenmann's Big Book of Baking'

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Don't know poetry
Like football ribs and some beans
Send them to me please

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touch of cream

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on a pizza with arugula

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Sticking with Alton Brown's Roast Turkey!

Ask the Food Lab Anything, the Thanksgiving Edition

I have a family that insists on cooking turkey in a bag. I have brined/roasted the turkey the last few years with excellent results, yet they still think the bag method is better. What are the pros/cons of cooking a turkey in a bag vs roasting?

Candy a Day: Airheads

Anyone else "whip" it until it all consolidated to one side of the packaging?

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fresh herbs, garlic and butter!

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Win a Free Organic D'Artagnan Turkey

Somethin with Pumpkin

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Alton Brown Turkey

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Brussel Sprouts with Bacon

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Alton Brown Turkey

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Must have Buffalo Fried Turkey!

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Food Lab Brussels Sprouts

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Going to do Alton Brown's Turkey again!

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Pumpkin Cheesecake!

help me enjoy asparagus!

I usually trim them, then blanch them in boiling water for a minute. Then I dry them and sautee with olive oil, crushed garlic and salt/peper. Then they get a nice coating of parmigiano reggiano.

I think I may try frying them this year. Dust in flour, dip in egg then panko.

Ice the Turkey Breast?

Arnold Ziffel made a comment in the "Should You Cook Your Turkey in Parts?" post about icing the turkey breasts with a ziplock bag before roasting your turkey. This would allow the dark meat and white meat to both come to their optimal temperatures at the same time. Does this really work? Are there any "cons" to doing this?

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