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Butterball Turkey: A Q&A

Butterball Turkey: A Q&A
BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

As we get closer to Thanksgiving, every year people make plans to get together with family and friends to enjoy a hearty holiday meal. If you're not among those people who are having their turkey thinly sliced, processed, wrapped in foil and delivered by the good people at Swansons' (not that I know any such person), then you are likely to have questions about how to properly prepare a turkey dinner.

Such folks have been receiving helpful hints since 1981 from the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line. You can ask them all of your turkey-related questions such as: How do I safely handle a turkey?, Where does the meat thermometer go?, and Do I actually have to TOUCH the giblets?

Since the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line receives over 100,000 other questions in November and December, as a public service we offered to answer some of their tougher turkey questions for them.

Q: First, how long should I defrost my turkey? A: It is best to take it out of the freezer no later than Easter.

 

Thanksgiving recipes and memories from New Jersey chefs

Thanksgiving recipes and memories from New Jersey chefs
BY MARGARET MORGAN
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

Thomas Donohoe, Executive Chef at Doris & Ed's in the Highlands, says, " I have a very large family and my fondest memories are of spending the holiday at an ...

Facebook becoming enemy of the church

Facebook becoming enemy of the church

N.J. pastor believes social network leads to infidelity

BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

An earlier affair story of his own have not slowed Rev. Cedric Miller's campaign to get his church leaders away f...

Thanksgiving recipes: How about a festive Pomegranate Mango Guacamole?

Thanksgiving recipes: How about a festive Pomegranate Mango Guacamole?
BY MARGARET MORGAN
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

This guacamole recipe is a terrific twist to an old standby hors d'oeuvre dip. It's vivid colors are true to the festive holiday season and an eye-catching winne...

Sage advice on Thanksgiving recipes with sage

Sage advice on Thanksgiving recipes with sage
BY MARY ANN CASTRONOVO FUSCO
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The last of the peppers has long been picked, the basil has withered away. Yet, in my modest garden, one hardy plant still stands tall, ready for its s...

Kate Middleton: A real princess for young girls

Kate Middleton: A real princess for young girls
BY SUSIE WILSON
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
SEX MATTERS

Young girls and princesses seem to have a natural affinity for each other, and I confess to this mysterious connection myself.

My younger sister and I gre...

1,000 turkeys donated anonymously in New Jersey

1,000 turkeys donated anonymously in New Jersey

Gift allows Englewood food bank to feed 3,800 families for Thanksgiving

BY BOB HOLT
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM

The Center for Food Action of Englewood, New Jersey is feeling a little more thankful these days ...

The writing family-life

The writing family-life
BY LORI SENDER
NEWJERSEYNEWSROOM.COM
THE MAYBE CHRONICLES

The days were all false, warm-gray . I love this line. Too bad I didn't write it. Lorrie Moore did. It does seem that all the good lines are t...

Imam Abdullah Antepli confesses, at Seton Hall, to being a recovering antisemite

Imam Abdullah Antepli confesses, at Seton Hall, to being a recovering antisemite

250 listen as he describes how a trip to Auschwitz changed his viewpoint and his life

On August 7 - 11, Imams and Muslim leaders in the U.S. made an historic trip to Germany and Poland with a stop in A...

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