I know everyone has a turkey success story on how to bake the best turkey.
I have learned the first step is to clean it with salt water, make sure the guts and metal wire is removed....(experience always play a role in this one)
Some people have told me that they slit the turkey all over and insert garlic. I have never heard of that but I might try that.
Bottom of roasting pan, onions, carrots and celery.
Now what I use (this might be part of the lazy side of me) is the bag. So I bag my turkey and I have to tell you, it helps. The turkey is moist, nice juice for the gravy, and it is easy cleanup and you don't have to babysit the bird.
Anyone want to talk turkey and share their short cuts, baking ideas or just some of the snafoo's along the way.......
Store bought bird vs fresh bird.......