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How to Carve a Turkey

on November 25, 2010

Today is Thanksgiving. I am sure most people are spending the day with family, friends, or both. As you remember we didn’t usually have turkey in my house therefore, carving it is a challenge to say the least. So I found this video courtesy of the Food Network with Alton Brown demonstrating his technique for carving a turkey. I’ll be watching the Macy’s parade this morning as I do every single year, no matter where I am. To me, as soon as I see Santa at the end of the parade, the Christmas season has begun! Woo hoo! But before we get to all that craziness let’s have a safe and happy Thanksgiving! Careful with those knives!

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