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Old 11-21-2012, 01:40 PM
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How long do you cook a 14.5 lb bird?

What do you put on yours?
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There's really no one exact time. This is a good reference: http://southernfood.about.com/library/info/bltrkeya.htm

Usually just butter and salt on the outside, rub the inside with sage and a little allspice and stick two or three sprigs of rosemary inside, maybe an orange or a lemon.
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Old 11-21-2012, 02:08 PM
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There's really no one exact time. This is a good reference: http://southernfood.about.com/library/info/bltrkeya.htm

Usually just butter and salt on the outside, rub the inside with sage and a little allspice and stick two or three sprigs of rosemary inside, maybe an orange or a lemon.
someone suggested a garlic clove to J so we are going to try that inside and then butter, sage, salt, pepper, and rosemary.

I always season it just never bake it
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I never think about garlic because it's not a big favorite of mine -- I rarely use it at all because it's just an overpowering taste to me, and not one I particularly like, or like to smell cooking, lol.
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We always do the 2 hr turkey recipe but I'm not a cook so I can't do details.
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I always put garlic and lemon inside my chickens and turkeys. Butter, Sea salt and pepper on the outside with whatever seasoning mix I have on hand - the Costco organic blend is really good.
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I never think about garlic because it's not a big favorite of mine -- I rarely use it at all because it's just an overpowering taste to me, and not one I particularly like, or like to smell cooking, lol.
we use garlic alot. Garlic and herb seasoning is mandatory in this house at all times because its something I can get EVERYONE to eat.

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We always do the 2 hr turkey recipe but I'm not a cook so I can't do details.
hmmm never seen that one. I might have to look that up. We have 30 lbs of bird (2 that are 14/15 lbs) since my husband LOVES bird LOL

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I always put garlic and lemon inside my chickens and turkeys. Butter, Sea salt and pepper on the outside with whatever seasoning mix I have on hand - the Costco organic blend is really good.
Hmmm Ill have to get J to grab a lemon I didnt think of that.
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http://shop.safeway.com/corporate/sa...ing/turkey.htm
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I just wash and quarter the lemon and shove it in! I think it helps with tenderness for sure.
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it sent me to online shopping LOL

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I just wash and quarter the lemon and shove it in! I think it helps with tenderness for sure.
hmmmm definatly will have to get him to bring one home from work.
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