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It's basically brined and then cooked on really high heat for a little while to seal in the juices. Then it's roasted at 350 until it hits a certain temperature (measured with a probe thermometer). It's an amazing recipe.
Looking forward to Christmas a little early this year.
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This is not to be confused with his outdoor, deep frying turkey episode.
I like all the holiday episodes but that one gets me laughing each year. I think he goes a tad to far creating that whole contraption to put the turkey in the fire. I get his point but that was just dramatics for TV.
“Every time a cash register rings, a food court employee gets his Buffalo Wings.”
I'm a Alton Brown fan, been watching Good Eats since it first went on air, the new Good Eats 3 cookbook is going on my wishlist to Santa this year
Kinda sad that no more new episodes are being made, his show and Emeril's show were the only things I watched on that network.
Loved the deep fried turkey episode too, and that roast turkey recipe looks awesome!