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Answered: My son in law killed a turkey... he took the skin off ... how do you cook

Fill (stuff)the turkey with some good moist bread stuffing and then seal the bird into aluminum foil. If you want to, drape two or three strips of bacon over the top of the breast before wrapping in foil. Also, be sure to season the breast to taste before wrapping and cooking. Last, be sure to ...

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I know many people keep chickens in cities. I don't know about turkeys. I expect the same restrictions would apply. You need to find out the codes in your city, like calling animal control and finding out what you have to do to legally keep them.
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Turkey burgers

Why make yourself? there are many other options instead of turkey that are healthy and better tasting. you can keep regular beef or so, just make it less fat- less oil and calorie rich gravy. You can also just try regular chicken breast or my fav- fish :)

I have a turkey baster with the marking BHG on it, it is the perfect

The BHG stands for Better Homes and Gardens. Hope that helps.

Whole turkey crockpot?

You can cook anything in a crock-pot as long as it will fit...the meat will fall off the bones!