How to Cook a Turkey: The Simplest, Easiest Method

25 Nov

 Printer-friendly recipe    Jump to the recipe

2011-11-15-turkeygeneral_rect540
Here’s our super basic, super simple, super easy tutorial for roasting a super beautiful turkey this Thanksgiving.
2011-11-15-turkeygeneral_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps9_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps8_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps7_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps6_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps5_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps4_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps3_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps2_square722011-11-15-turkeysteps1_square72

Are you roasting a whole turkey for the first time this year? Or perhaps you’ve done this many times before, but you want a quick refresher to brush up on the basics? We’ll help you make your mama proud with these step-by-step instructions for roasting a delicious turkey. Here’s our super basic, super simple, super easy tutorial for roasting a super beautiful turkey this Thanksgiving. 

Continue reading

Advertisements
25 Nov

 

 Crème brûlée is simply one of the sexiest recipes going. You know that tap-tap moment, when the caramelized crust shatters, and you dip into the creamy custard below? Heaven. The rustic burnt topping makes each bite different and more delicious than the last. I confess, though, that I find classic crème brûlée a little fussy. I do make it and love it (see our basic crème brûlée recipe here), but when I was working on my forthcoming book about pudding, Bakeless Sweets, I wondered whether there was an easier way. Could I make crème brûlée without the oven and water bath? 

Continue reading