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By SusannL 12/26/2009
Cooking instructions have always come with every turkey or part of a turkey I have purchased. But you might consider using cooking bags. They have the instructions and will keep the turkey moist.
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Turkeys are so cheap right now. If you have a small family or even if you are going out for T-giving dinner, do buy a turkey anyway. The butcher can saw the frozen bird in half for you, thaw half to cook now, and wrap and stick the other half in the freezer to use a couple of months later. Turkey is so good and good for you. Take advantage of this inexpensive bargain.
By Linda L from Vista, CA
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