Short-on-Time Turkey

This year I want to give you a heads up — to ensure the extra time for some nurturing for yourself (the hostess/host).

I remember reading this original post from Judy at Curious to the Max, last year but then forgot about it.  At first glance, I was not sure whether or not JJ was “pulling our leg” — She does have a wicked-good sense of humor! 😀
However, after thoroughly reading her comments and the feedback from her followers on the original post … I cannot resist placing this recipe on my “must try list” for sometime in the holiday season.

Following this method – you do not have to get up in the wee hours of the morning, and be stressed.  Instead — relish a couple of hours more of sleep, or enjoy another cup of coffee or tea — or better yet, start the party early with a glass of wine. 😀

Part of my early Thanksgiving wishes for you is more time to enjoy the festivities.

How to Painlessly Cook a Turkey

(painless for you, not the turkey)

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About becca givens

Becca is an artist, poet, and animal communicator. She delights in cooking, nurturing, and sharing a rich spiritual life with others on the Path.
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4 Responses to Short-on-Time Turkey

  1. Wendy says:

    Hmmm….I think this looks like an awesome way to cook a turkey! Thanks

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  2. Becca, I am not pulling anyone’s leg except the turkey’s! This method of cooking a bird is soooo easy, soooo fast and soooooo good and I’m soooooo glad you passed it on.

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    • becca givens says:

      Last year I wasn’t “really really sure” — but did store in my memory bank somewhere … but when you posted it again this year, I went back and read everyone’s comments and yours — I knew I have to try. I will personally do it when I get back to TX next week … can’t wait to try!! Fits right in there with my “Dishwasher Salmon”! 😀 Thanks for sharing, again! and have a blessed Thanksgiving!! ❤

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  3. Lorik says:

    Sounds very familiar:))!

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