I spent last week showing you what I'm doing with my Turkey on the big day:
Grill your Thanksgiving Turkey!
Video: How to Truss and Spit a Turkey for the Rotisserie
Rotisserie Turkey, Dry Brined with Orange and Spices
To warm everyone up for the high holy day of American food, I want to share some Thanksgiving posts that have inspired me.
Kenji Alt - Deep Fried Whole Buffalo Turkey [SeriousEats.com]
*I have a deeply held belief. Grilled turkey is far superior to deep fried turkey. But...oh, my. Deep Fried Whole Buffalo Turkey is madness. Or genius. Or is doing backflips on the line between madness and genius.
**Kenji's entire Food Lab Thanksgiving Special series has been great. If you are looking for basic recipes, this is a good place to start.
Harold McGee - Ten Thanksgiving Tips [SeriousEats.com]
*The Original Food Scientist gives advice for cooking Thanksgiving dinner. He used to use an ace bandage to strap ice packs on the breast of his turkey, to make sure it didn't overcook. Too bad this grossed his family out...
Sharon Anderson - Stuffed! [ThreeManyCooks.com]
*Obsessed about stuffing? Sharon sure is. And I trust her judgement - this is the stuffing I'll be making this year.
Jules Clancy - Do you make the most common thanksgiving mistake? + how to avoid it [thestonesoup.com via CasualKitchen]
*I always make this mistake. Read on to find out what it is...
Lisa Abraham - Carve up tasks wisely this holiday [ohio.com]
*How to organize dinner, including an answer to the question "how many pounds of meat per person?" from Jim DiFeo of Difeos Poultry.
What do you think? Other links you've loved this Thanksgiving? Leave them in the comments section below.
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