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You can't go wrong if the cocktail has the world "turkey" in it... so we think. The Jive Turkey is made at Stephen Starr’s Steak 954 in Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
I might never have come up with this recipe if my car hadn't broken down on the way to a catering job. My client was looking forward to my cooking turkey at her home. She was psyched about the house filling up with the aroma of it roasting in the oven. Well, it took so long to get the car fixed that by the time I arrived at her house, I wouldn't have been able to cook and serve dinner until very late. And then I remembered how often I had been told that you can think of a turkey as a big chicken, so I cut it into parts: wing, drumstick, thigh, breast. It cut down the cooking time by two-thirds, and everyone really liked the way we rescued Thanksgiving.
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Let's say you're hungry — really hungry — and those tiny chicken wings whose meat you have to nibble off aren't going to cut it, but you want the wings taste and feel. Turkey wings are barbecued wings for a giant, or, for Super Bowl 2012, a Giants fan.
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In my family, Black Friday lunch is all about the Turkey-Leftovers Sandwich, but for dinner, it's always Turkey Soup. This soup is a great — not to mention light and easy — way to continue enjoying the flavors of Thanksgiving after the big feast has come and gone.
Marinate turkey breast tenderloin overnight in an Asian-style marinade for ultimate flavor. Pair these kebobs with other barbecue favorites like crunchy coleslaw and potato salad.
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Leafy green vegetables with lean protein for dinner is the perfect pairing when it comes to a healthy and satisfying dinner. Turkey breast can be switched out with chicken or fish, depending on your preference. View Recipe
This simple technique from Butterball is an easy way to spice up your Thanksgiving turkey.
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Thanksgiving is hands-down my favorite holiday. Bar Americain is open each year for Thanksgiving, and we typically serve about 600 people before the day is over. No matter how many wonderful selections we offer on the abbreviated holiday menu, without fail turkey is the biggest seller — partly because people love it and partly, I think, out of a sense of tradition. This is the turkey that I serve at Bar Americain, with only the dressing and sides changing from year to year.
A bright citrus rub for your Thanksgiving turkey. Recipe courtesy of Jennie-O.Click Here to See More Thanksgiving RecipesView Recipe
Nothing's better than bacon, except when it's Thanksgiving day and your turkey is wrapped in some. This recipe uses a seasoning and olive oil paste for under the turkey's skin to add a subtle hint of flavor that pairs perfectly with the bacon. Click here for 10 Different Turkeys, 10 Different WaysPhoto Modified: Flickr/dpstyles View Recipe
The secret to this exceptional bird is an old-fashioned, inexpensive, enameled metal oval roaster with a lid, found in most supermarkets. It simultaneously roasts and braises the turkey, so the meat stays moist even as it cooks quickly. Uncover the pan at the end to crisp the skin.
This recipe has been adapted from the 2011 Gourmet Live Holiday Special Edition.
Smoking is both exotic and wonderful as a spice for everything from meat and fish to vegetables and cheese. Experiment with different types of wood to find just the right balance. Here, applewood is used to complement and enhance the flavor of the turkey.