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    Our Christmas tradition is the Silver Palate's recipe for seafood lasagne. Very red and green and festive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gator View Post
    The key to having tender and juicy turkey is cooking to an internal temp of about 165. It really starts drying out at 180. At 190 and above it starts to transition into thick cardboard.
    I've never cooked a turkey. I figure my mother's genes may be strong in me, so why tempt fate. When it's my turn to have Christmas I go with something I can't screw up...filet mignon and lobster tail.
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    Tamales :)
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    Deviled eggs made with diced watermellon rind pickle.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gator View Post
    The key to having tender and juicy turkey is cooking to an internal temp of about 165. It really starts drying out at 180. At 190 and above it starts to transition into thick cardboard.
    I thought the secret was dipping it into a fryer. :D
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