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« Reply #4: November 18, 2008, 11:15:53 pm »



I don't know that this is a TIME saver, per se, but it's definitely an effort saver:

Really Good Turkey

--Get turkey (or turkey breast) of choice, make sure all thawed, etc., preheat oven and prepare to cook turkey for appropriate amount of time.

--Set turkey in roasting pan. Take 1 to 2 lbs. of bacon (depending on size of turkey) -- fattier is better -- and lay strips all over turkey until bird as completely covered as possible.

The fat melts as the bacon cooks and it bastes the turkey FOR you, so you don't have to do anything at all. It also gives the skin a nice dark color. The turkey comes out beautifully moist and the skin has a bacony bit of flavor. And whoever is stuck with the carving gets to eat the crispy bacon bits that fall off!
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