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Old 11-16-2007, 08:33 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Cordel View Post
We have used Martha's turkey recipe for about five years. You drape cheesecloth dipped in butter and wine over the turkey and baste it every 20 minutes. We were really scared when we took it out because the cheesecloth was black, but the turkey was golden underneath, and the skin was delicate and delicious. The entire turkey was more tender and juicy than any I had tasted up to then. The gravy is something special, as well.

About Emeril's paper bag? That I have not heard of, but if it is soaked in wine and butter, it too may be special. My mother-in-law used to cover her turkey with brown paper, as I remember.
I have made a turkey with a butter soaked tea towel did not notice a great difference.

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Old 11-16-2007, 09:28 PM   #12
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Originally Posted by yorkie View Post
I love cooking thanksgiving dinner and am looking for emerils recipe for turkey roasted in a paper bag. any ideas?
Yeah, yorkie - most of Emeril's recipes are on the Food Network site - go to Food Network : Healthy Recipe Collections, Party Ideas, Quick & Easy Recipes, Cooking Videos - happy searching!

Mom tried roasting the turkey in a brown paper bag one year - the turkey tasted like a brown paper bag ... ARRGH!!!

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