How to brine a turkey
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Check out this recipe from Alton Brown: http://www.foodnetwork.... It's heavenly. You can also go to the "videos" tab on that page and SEE how to brine a turkey!
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Use a brine that specified which Kosher Salt you should use.
The Diamond brand is the default for most brine recipes. While Morton will scoop out differently in weight of salt/cup.
William Sonoma sells a premade spice brine mix which I haven't tried but should be fairly foolproof.
The other thing you'd need is a clean icechest or one of those 5 gallon buckets with lids from the home depot. (use ice for the water element or set outside if it's cool enough in your region).
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This one from campagnes looks lovely:
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Well played. You deserve a cookie.
It's lean, it's mean, it's—here's the answer—steam!
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