Thanksgiving will come on the last Thursday of November. This year (2020), it will be celebrated on November 26th. That means we still have days to prepare all the things we need for Thanksgiving. As a guest, maybe you only need to prepare a gift that you’ll give to the host. But as a host, you’ll need many preparations for this kind of feast. You’ll need to decorate your home with Thanksgiving’s theme, buying ingredients for dinner, contacting all your family members abroad and trying to gather them in your house, making invitations to them, and cooking the dinner for them. Dinner, alongside family gathering and expressing gratitude, plays the important role of Thanksgiving. Turkey is the main menu for Thanksgiving feast. A special preparation needed for your Thanksgiving turkey. It’s better to cook your Thanksgiving turkey on the last week of November, a number of days before Thanksgiving. You can start to prepare the seasoning for your turkey on Monday. Cook your turkey on Tuesday, and roast it on Wednesday. Spend your Wednesday with your turkey, give it a test and make sure your turkey is delicious enough to serve on Thursday.
A good Thanksgiving turkey is crispy on the skin but still moist on the meat. You don’t want your Thanksgiving turkey to be dry and tasteless. Keeping the moist on your Thanksgiving turkey will help it bond the seasonings too. To keep your Thanksgiving turkey moist, you can start to change your cooking technique. You can start to soak your Thanksgiving turkey on its brine or any other brine. Watch the soaking time, don’t be too short. It’s better to soak your Thanksgiving turkey on the brine for a longer time because the excess of the brine can be taken out by applying salt on its skin. Salting your Thanksgiving turkey will make the skin crispy too.
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There’s a lot of choices of Thanksgiving turkey that you can buy. Starting from young turkey that fit to your little family needs, to a heritage turkey for larger families. Choosing organic free-range turkey for your turkey can be a choice too if you want less fat on your turkey. If you want a fatty, large turkey, choosing heritage turkey as your turkey may be a good move.