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  • Lemon Dry Brined Turkey with Sage

    Nearly every bit of advice out there for roasting a turkey recommends brining the bird overnight to ensure that it is moist and tender. One of my favorite alternatives to having a giant ziplock bag of salty water in the fridge is the dry brine! An easy sprinkle of salt over the turkey is all you need for moist and tender meat. As an added bonus there’s not the struggle with the lifting the bird out of a giant bag of water. The resulting roasted turkey also has a super crispy crackling skin! I’ve add a touch of lemon zest to the salt brine to give it a little dimension. Overnight time is recommended for a wet brine (you don’t want to overbrine it) but with a dry brine, 2 or 3 days is perfectly fine and in fact, the longer you dry brine, the crisper the skin.

  • Turkey Meatballs in Cranberry BBQ Sauce

    The combination of turkey and cranberries are obvious to anyone that has sat down for a Thanksgiving meal. But the tart tangy cranberries also work well in a bright and colorful BBQ sauce base for turkey meatballs. This crowd-pleasing appetizer is an excellent addition to any holiday buffet or party. Feel free to use fresh or frozen cranberries for this recipe. And if you can find it, try to use ground turkey thigh meat as it is more tender and juicy.

  • Riesling and Warm Spices Brined Turkey with Riesling Gravy

    The secret to a moist turkey is soaking it in a brining solution overnight before cooking. The aromatics added to the brine infused the turkey with subtle flavors of herbs and warm spices.

  • Cranberry-Dijon Glazed Turkey

    A rosemary citrus rub with a sweet and tart cranberry glaze provides you with an updated take on roasted turkey while staying in your Thanksgiving comfort zone. Cranberry-Dijon Glazed Turkey is packed full of flavor with homemade cranberry sauce and pan gravy to serve on the side.

  • Oven Roasted Sage Turkey with Brown Butter Sage Gravy

    Prior to roasting the turkey, brine your turkey for up to 12 hours.

  • Hearty Ancho, Turkey and Pumpkin Chili

    Pumpkin is the secret ingredient that gives this smoky chili savory-sweet, creamy richness.

  • Turkey Protein Burger

    With crunchy iceberg lettuce as the “bun” around a turkey patty—plus tomato, onion, avocado, cheese, and ranch sauce—this burger is low on carbs but high in flavor.

  • Turkey Reuben Paninis

    When the classic post-holiday turkey sandwich meets up with a classic deli favorite, a new tradition is born. Long live the new king of the day after!

  • Roast Turkey Breast with Smoked Sea Salt and Brown Sugar Rub

    Not every holiday table needs an entire bird. For smaller gatherings – or for families that prefer to eat breast meat only, turkey breast is every bit as delicious and festive.

  • Turkey Picadillo Tacos

    A can of fire-roasted tomatoes transforms ground turkey into taco filling. Fire-roasted tomatoes vary in heat by the brand, try a few to pick your favorite. Raisins add sweet contrast to the heat.

  • Turkey Juicy Lucy

    Minneapolis is famous for its “Juicy Lucy”—a thin burger with an oozing cheese filling. Have lots of napkins on hand—and be sure to wait a minute or two after you take these off the fire before you bite into them to avoid getting burned!

  • Turkey Cutlet Milanese with Arugula and Tomato Salad

    Crisp, slightly acidic salad topping makes a perfect counterpoint to breaded fried cutlets.