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Thanksgiving Turkey

Whether stuffed, roasted, brined, glazed or grilled, prepare the perfect Thanksgiving turkey with these family-favorite recipes. Your holiday spread will look, smell and taste better than ever with these variations on the star of Thanksgiving dinner.

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Barded Turkey with Corn Bread Stuffing

Barded Turkey with Corn Bread Stuffing

Barded Turkey with Corn Bread Stuffing

As a newlywed, I didn't know much about roasting a turkey. Then our pastor, an excellent cook, told me about barding - placing or tying bacon on the turkey to prevent drying during roasting. The fat bastes the turkey while it cooks, keeping it moist and adding flavor.

Buttery Lemon Turkey

Buttery Lemon Turkey

Buttery Lemon Turkey

A simple seasoned butter with a dash of hot sauce and a splash of lemon provides all the flavor you could want in a holiday turkey. Even novice cooks will find the recipe easy.—Sharon Tipton, Winter Garden, Florida

Carrie's Famous Turkey

Carrie's Famous Turkey

Carrie's Famous Turkey

If you’re looking for a simple yet impressive bird, this is it! Moist and flavorful, the golden-brown turkey is sure to thrill your guests. —Carrie Goedken, Iowa City, Iowa
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Fruit-Glazed Turkey

Fruit-Glazed Turkey

Fruit-Glazed Turkey

I came up with this recipe one holiday when my family asked that I make something other than the same old turkey. They loved this fruity version. —Christal Helman, Lisbon, Ohio

Herbed Turkey with Citrus Dressing

Herbed Turkey with Citrus Dressing

Herbed Turkey with Citrus Dressing

This tasty turkey recipe is a spin on traditional herb flavors. The citrus hints refresh your taste buds!—Susan Voigt, Plymouth, Minnesota

Mushroom-Onion Stuffed Turkey

Mushroom-Onion Stuffed Turkey

Mushroom-Onion Stuffed Turkey

I created this superb Mushroom and Onion Stuffing for turkey and it became a family favorite almost overnight. The blend of fresh mushrooms, onions, wine, and half-and-half provide a unique addition to the traditional bread stuffing.—James Hayes, Ridgecrest, California

No-Fuss Herb-Roasted Turkey & Stuffing

No-Fuss Herb-Roasted Turkey & Stuffing

No-Fuss Herb-Roasted Turkey & Stuffing

I learned to bake turkey in a brown paper bag, but now I use an oven roasting bag for perfect results that keep white meat moist. —Marla Hyatt, St. Paul, Minnesota

Roasted Orange Turkey

Roasted Orange Turkey

Roasted Orange Turkey

I like to bake my turkey a little different every year, so I came up with an orange mixture to rub under the skin. It gives the meat a delicate orange flavor that tastes even better the next day. —Brenda Brooks, Bowie, Maryland

Roasted Turkey with Corn-Bread Dressing

Roasted Turkey with Corn-Bread Dressing

Roasted Turkey with Corn-Bread Dressing

"THE DRESSING was always my favorite part of the meal. I can still smell the wonderful aroma that filled the house while the turkey roasted in our wood stove. We could hardly wait to sit down and eat!"
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