Are you cooking Thanksgiving dinner this year or do you have trouble with your turkey?
Thankfully, Martha Stewart has decided to help out with a few tips for cooking the bird.
Keep everything clean - Wash your hands as often as you can and also keep your prep station as sanitary as you can.
Keep that turkey just cold-enough before cooking - If you have a frozen turkey thaw it in the bag that it comes in. If the turkey is a "fresh" turkey then keep it in the coldest part of your refrigerator.
Use the right tools - Don't cook your turkey in that flimsy aluminum pan. NOPE! Martha Stewart says so. Use a proper roasting pan. Also, be sure to use your thermometer to make sure that the center of the turkey and the thickest part of the thigh is cooked properly at 165 degrees.