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Turkey with sage butter & thyme butter recipe - Walmart Live Better magazine

Turkey with sage butter & thyme butter recipe - Walmart Live Better magazine

Roast Turkey before Cooking

The Perfect Roast Turkey

Roast Turkey before Cooking

The secrets to a never-fail Juicy Roast Turkey Breast

Juicy Roast Turkey Breast

The secrets to a never-fail Juicy Roast Turkey Breast

See Aimee Cook: Turkey with Maple-Cranberry Glaze

See Aimee Cook: Turkey with Maple-Cranberry Glaze

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Pin your favorite items to your very own Bingo Island Pin board. Tag your pins with #BIpin2win

Pin your favorite items to your very own Bingo Island Pin board. Tag your pins with #BIpin2win

How to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving I love Thanksgiving my parents always take me to my grandparents house where we see all of my uncles and Aunts.

How to cook a turkey for Thanksgiving I love Thanksgiving my parents always take me to my grandparents house where we see all of my uncles and Aunts.

Christmas dinner should be a festive meal to bring the whole family together as the final (filling!) event of the holiday. Whether you're serving beef, turkey, ham or even pasta, we've got a recipe for you.

Christmas Dinner Recipes

Christmas dinner should be a festive meal to bring the whole family together as the final (filling!) event of the holiday. Whether you're serving beef, turkey, ham or even pasta, we've got a recipe for you.

Best ever Turkey I make it every year!  We brined our turkey for 24 hours, so leave plenty of time for this recipe. If you don't brine yours, skip steps 1 and 2. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends cooking the turkey until the thickest part of the thigh registers 180 degrees. For a moister bird, we cooked ours to 165 degrees; it will continue to cook outside the oven as it rests.

Brined and Roasted Turkey 101

Best ever Turkey I make it every year! We brined our turkey for 24 hours, so leave plenty of time for this recipe. If you don't brine yours, skip steps 1 and 2. The U.S. Department of Agriculture recommends cooking the turkey until the thickest part of the thigh registers 180 degrees. For a moister bird, we cooked ours to 165 degrees; it will continue to cook outside the oven as it rests.

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