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Thanksgiving cooking

This is a discussion on Thanksgiving cooking within the Off Topic & Humor Discussion forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I do the brid, Mrs. BigJon and relatives fill in the rest. My wife is much more of the baker than cook. There are pies ...

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    I do the brid, Mrs. BigJon and relatives fill in the rest. My wife is much more of the baker than cook. There are pies all over the place, cookies on the table and a cheese danish she just cooked for breakfast tomorrow. I may have a heart attack by noon.

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    Quote Originally Posted by boscobeans View Post
    Mine's going into the brine in a few minutes and will spend the next 20 or so hours chillin out before it goes in the oven..

    Simple mix:
    1 cup of salt
    some peppercorns
    some allspice berries
    1/2 cup of brown sugar
    A gallon of good chicken or veggie stock
    Boil it up and when it's cold plunk the bird in the pot and add enough water to cover.
    Keep in the fridge (or for me the garage at this time of year) overnight and you're good to go.

    thats pretty much the brine i use, i add candied ginger to mine. then a dry rub before it goes into the fryer.
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    I brine. It is fantastic. And, when cooked the way I cook it, it is ultra moist - even the white meat. I learned how via Alton Brown on The Food Network about 3 or 4 years ago and have never done it any way except like that since.

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