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November 9, 2018
Thanksgiving is right around the corner. That means, friends, family and food – lots of food.
If you, like most of us, over-indulge on turkey, stuffing, cranberries and mashed potatoes, and you feel glued to the sofa and uncomfortable, we have a tip for you. (more…)
November 17, 2017
Our friends at Traeger grills prepared the ultimate cooking guide that we are sharing with you for the best holiday meal! Here’s the information you need for cooking your turkey for Thanksgiving.
It’s always confusing to know how much turkey to buy. Generally, you want to purchase one pound per person or a bit extra if you want leftovers. This infographic goes a step further and lets you know how many birds you can grill at once.
The last thing you want to do is wait to thaw your turkey until the day of the big meal. It can take up to five days to thaw the biggest birds, so use this guide to ensure you’ll actually be eating turkey on Thanksgiving.
Roast it, smoke, brine, rub, inject or spatchcock it. The method you choose is up to you. It’s even okay to mix methods!
The first rule of thumb is to cook your turkey until the internal temperature reaches 165 degrees Farenheit. Use this Traeger guide for the best in cooking times.
Once it’s time to serve your beautifully cooked turkey, follow these tips:
Good luck cooking, carving and serving your Thanksgiving turkey and enjoy your holiday!