cooking turkey

If you've ever overcooked or undercooked your bird, know that others have done worse.
Cooking a bird takes a bit of wrangling. Here's how to tie up the legs and wings.
Breast-side down to gives the legs a head start.
11 problems you might encounter, and how to conquer them.
We know nutrition isn't your top priority on Thanksgiving Day, but we couldn't resist ranking the ways Americans cook their birds, from unhealthiest to healthiest.
Cooking and serving the parts separately just can't match the eye-popping appeal of serving that smoke-burnished, handsomely browned holiday bird whole.
His secretary started calling me at noon every Monday with, "He'd like a full turkey dinner for dinner tonight. Okay, bye, bye." There were the strings... tied right to my bag of money. He tugged the strings and I roasted the turkeys.
Roasting a turkey is actually just as easy as roasting a chicken. It might take a little longer, but in the end, there's no reason why you can't have a tender, delicious, drama-free dinner.
This is no ordinary turkey preparation, pilgrims. Follow these detailed steps and you will never have a dry, stringy, cardboardy