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Wednesday, November 25, 2015

Poultry Roasting Chart = Less Holiday Cooking Stress!

Poultry Roasting Chart
It seems like Halloween just ended and people are already beginning to plan out the rest of the season. For those celebrating Thanksgiving, sometimes planning and decor start pretty early.

Should we cook more food this year since many folks brought plus ones last year? Shall we cut back on the beer since the wine was such a hit? And for many families Turkey is a given so the question is "how big of a bird do we need?"

Personal Creations made a chart covering important things you need to know when prepping a turkey this year. It begins at the market and choosing the right sized bird. Then you can use it to determine what temperature to roast the turkey at depending on if it's stuffed or not, and how long you should be roasting it. Although turkey is the popular choice, many families go for other birds either just to mix it up, or to have smaller yet delicious portions. Check out all the details above, or see it at the original source.

Thank you to today's guest author, Julissa Garcia, who oversees community outreach at Personal Creations!

guest author, Julissa Garcia of Personal Creations
Southern California-raised with a heart left in New York City, Julissa has a love for live music, culture, fine whiskey, homemade food as well as fancy fare. When not exploring the world she'll be at home with some fresh-pressed juice, relaxing with her tiny Yorkie.