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Tyler Florence
Super crispy skin. #Thanksgiving #tftestkitchen
So moist it sounds like stirring macaroni salad when you cut it. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Perfect... #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Hour and a half later... Perfect 160 degrees. I'm going to let it rest for 20 minutes. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Put the stuffed turkey on a rack, then coat with extra virgin olive oil, and a good amount of salt and pepper. It goes into the oven at 375 for an hour and a half. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Using the piping bag loaded with stuffing, carefully fill the breast pocket with a back and forth motion. You'll need to do a little smoothing out with your fingers when you're done. This is a very easy step. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Then gently separate the skin from the breast with your fingers. Be really careful here not to rip the skin. We're making a pocket for the sausage/sage stuffing. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Season the bottom side of the turkey with a liberal amount of salt and pepper. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Gently pulse the stuffing ingredients together. Then spoon the sausage/sage stuffing into a pipping bag. A plastic ziplock bags works just as well. Push the stuffing into one corner and snip the end off. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
In a food processor, add the vegetables and sausage, toasted bread cubes, the egg and the chicken stock. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Over high heat, sauté the vegetables in olive oil with the sausage, sage and thyme. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Dice the carrots, celery, onion and garlic. #tftestkitchen #Thanksgiving
Stuffing ingredients. 1 pound pork sausage, 4 cups of sour dough bread (use cornbread for gluten free) cubed and toasted, 1 cup diced onion, 1 cup diced carrot, 1 cup diced celery, 5 cloves of garlic, one bunch fresh thyme, 1 bunch fresh sage, 1 egg and 2/3's cup of chicken stock.
Getting ready for Thanksgiving, I thought I would show you my Spatchcock Turkey recipe, set by set. This is a 13 pound organic turkey, flipped over breast side down. With sharp kitchen shears, it takes about 4 to 5 cuts on each side to remove the spine. The bones are soft. It's a lot easier than you
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.@TylerFlorence's ultimate fall meal: Pork Chops w/ Apple, Brussels Sprouts + Bacon:
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