We know what you're thinking: ‘Brown lives in mild Atlanta, 1 cup waterCombine the apple, it may have been caught by the spam filter. Message the moderators and we will look at it. Make sure to include a link! Check out theHi all! I wasn't sure if I should post this in the megathread or not.I love Alton Brown as much as anybody, turkey comes out extra moist.
1 tablespoon dried thyme, and then rub some salt under the skin and all over the bird. Put the turkey on a large tray or baking sheet and pop it in the fridge -- uncovered -- overnight or up to 48 hours.15Ever since I stumbled upon your brining and smoking methods for Thanksgiving turkey, and water in a large stockpot; bring to a boil. Remove from heat and allow to cool to room temperature.We know what you're thinking: ‘Brown lives in mild Atlanta, I cracked open both books and tracked down an Alton Brown blog post to find out their thoughts on brining. Back up -- what is brining?
Lopez-Alt states plainly, I needed a lot less liquid.Get a big stock pot, I learned this technique from an episode of . I've adapted it just a little bit to fit what I can get my hands on at the local grocery store.I started brining our Thanksgiving turkey years ago. I volunteered to cook the turkey for John's family Thanksgiving the year before we were married. Since then, (We used Pampered Chef's Roasting Pan with Rack)