I've rinsed the turkey inside and out and salted. It's in the fridge right now w/ a dry brine. Thanks for your assistance!
Kristen is the Creative Director of Food52
No, haul them out when you can—if they stay a frozen lump inside, they could skew the roasting, secretly keeping part of the bird undercooked. Try jimmying them out again tomorrow, maybe rinsing the inside with more warmish water if needed. Good luck!
Thanks so much!
Rebecca is Food52's Director of Customer Care
As the turkey begins to defrost, I would remove them! I like to use them to flavor stock/gravy. This helps to ensure they're fully cooked. This is a great recipe: https://food52.com/recipes...
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