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Old 01-22-2013, 10:56 PM   #11
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It's my pleasure :) Glad I could help!

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Old 01-23-2013, 01:49 AM   #12
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For roasting a turkey, I use the oldest thinnest (clean) flour sack dish towel in the house. It covers the turkey and then I baste it on starting with some melted fat and then use a baster to drench the cloth periodic as the turkey roasts. Comes out brown and the meat is moist. Have to lift the cloth off Carefully so as not to pull the skin away when removing the turkey from the roasting pan.

Mmmm. ( As he falls off his chair from the memory of a turkey roasting in a slow oven) Double trouble= Go for a walk. Come back home. Now -- let your nose feast on the kitchen smells and aroma wafting from the oven. Heaven is wrapped in a roasting pan. I do not put a cover on my roasting pan.

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