Thanksgiving Recipes: How to Make the Two-Hour Turkey From Tastebuds Catering

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Many a Thanksgiving novice thinks he or she can handle taking on a whole dinner alone.

Sure, its seems easy enough: mash some potatoes, bake some stuffing, boil some cranberries, cook a bird.

While each of these tasks can be easily done on its own, for a properly executed meal, it's all about the timing. The one thing most beginners mess up is getting the turkey in the oven at the right point.

FYI: it can take all day to cook.

Fortunately, for those who are a bit pressed, quicker options do exist. To help you get it together in an expedient fashion, Larry Gebaide of Tastebuds Catering has given us some tips on preparing a two-hour turkey.

See also: Hanukkah Doughnuts from Mozart Café in Boca Raton (Recipe)

Before doing prep, the first step in any Thanksgiving meal is to ensure your turkey has been properly thawed.

According to Gebaide, "When buying a frozen turkey it is best to keep refrigerated for two to three days to thaw naturally".

This recipe is for a 20-pound turkey.

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