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HAPPY TURKEY DAY!!!!!

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I'm thankful for everyone here, will be posting picks of the dinner later, I'd love to see your guys' spread!! 😃😃
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I really miss a proper thanksgiving. Here its just another thursday. Happy T day to all.
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Hello there! Happy Thanksgiving! 

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I didn't get a photo of the whole spread. I posted a couple platters I did in a different thread but will include them here. This was the first year I oven roasted a turkey. I've fried them for probably the past 8 years so wanted to try this out. I made a sage and thyme compound butter and rubbed it under the skin along the breast and thighs. Here's the turkey about to get brushed with butter.

 

 

And my meat and cheese platter, along with relish platter. Just snacks leading up to the big meal.

 

 

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Originally Posted by eastshores View Post
 

I didn't get a photo of the whole spread. I posted a couple platters I did in a different thread but will include them here. This was the first year I oven roasted a turkey. I've fried them for probably the past 8 years so wanted to try this out. I made a sage and thyme compound butter and rubbed it under the skin along the breast and thighs. Here's the turkey about to get brushed with butter.

 

 

And my meat and cheese platter, along with relish platter. Just snacks leading up to the big meal.

 

 

 

Wow..just...wow...Thanks for sharing. :)

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some butternut pull apart bread (I got the idea from an old thread on this site and haven't seen it anywhere else yet). That layer of compound under the flesh looks crazy amazing ES!
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some butternut pull apart bread (I got the idea from an old thread on this site and haven't seen it anywhere else yet). That layer of compound under the flesh looks crazy amazing ES!

 

Oh man! That bread looks so buttery and chewy! That's one of those cases where I'd say aloud in case anyone was watching .. "Oh... I'll just have one more" every 5 minutes or so until I had consumed over half and my guilt finally stopped me :D

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