Happy Thanksgiving

Happy Thanksgiving

 

Best wishes to one and all for a warm and happy holiday season.

I had thought that — much like that ol’ tradition of Thanksgiving dinners past — I should make a list of all those things that I’m thankful for. And so I started that list. In the end it’s grown so long as to be unseemly… and posting it would seem altogether arrogant, and maybe a poke in the eye to anybody who’s not been so fortunate as me.

Suffice it to say, I am a profoundly lucky and grateful individual. And what I wish for you, really, is that the list of things for which *you* are grateful is so long as to startle you, too.

3 Comments

  1. Hello,
    I came across this post from an archived message board on ask.metafilter.com regarding whether or not to brine a butterball turkey. I have purchased a butterball turkey and want to brine it, I know this was several years ago but I was wondering if you remember the bringing method you used, or possibly how much salt and water used.

    Thank You in advanced

    Sara

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  2. Wondering the same thing too about brine and Butterball

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  3. Sara, Rob:

    I’ve used Alton Brown’s brine recipe and methods since I first saw the Thanksgiving Good Eats episode lo those many years ago.

    I’ve brined Butterballs and other “already-juiced-up” birds with equal effect. You may back off on the salt a little bit — I don’t.

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