This Fully-Cooked Turkey Will Make Thanksgiving a Cinch

If you find yourself hosting a last-minute meal, having a fully-cooked turkey is a must!

It’s not easy to host a Thanksgiving dinner, that’s for sure. Even with our holiday handbook to guide you, there’s so much to be done. That’s why we’re always looking for shortcuts that will save a ton of time and effort. You can check one thing off your to-do list with a fully-cooked turkey.

What Are the Juicy (Turkey) Details?

Diestel makes a fully-cooked Organic Oven-Roasted Turkey. Each turkey weighs between 6 and 14 pounds, and is priced between $85.95 and $125.95 depending on the size. It’s more than the average turkey at the grocery store, but Diestel ships it to your doorstep so all you have to do is heat and eat!

It also helps that every Diestel bird is farm-raised. None of the fully-cooked turkeys have MSG, artificial ingredients or preservatives, nitrites or nitrates, antibiotics or hormones, which definitely saves you from having to check the labels. (By the way, that’s definitely something you should do when you’re buying the perfect turkey at the grocery store.)

Where Can I Get a Diestel Turkey?

You can use this store finder to see where you can buy a Diestel turkey nearby. Even if you can’t find a local grocery store that has them, not to worry—you can order a fully-cooked turkey online.

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Any Other Easy Turkey Options?

Still want to cook your own turkey? You can cut out a step by looking for a raw brined turkey. Diestel has Southwestern BBQ, lemon herb and Mediterranean-inspired brines, but the grocery store should have a couple choices, too.

For a fully-cooked bird, check out the restaurant chains that serve up Thanksgiving turkeys. Just round the meal out with some easy Turkey Day recipes, and you’re ready for a feast!

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Mackenzie Schieck
Mackenzie Schieck is a Seattle-based writer and photographer focused on food and lifestyle editorial, as well as digital marketing. Her work has appeared on sites like, Apartment Therapy, FeedFeed and more. She is always in search of the perfect macaron or working on a new marshmallow recipe.