Julia childs thanksgiving turkey recipe

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Julia Child Quotes (Author of My Life in France)

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Julia and Jacques Cooking at Home Thanksgiving PT2

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The year was The occasion was Christmas. The location was the Childs' home in Provence. The wine was Chateauneuf du Pape. And the centerpiece of the menu was a turkey, deboned, breast removed, stuffed, breast sliced and replaced, and everything sewn back together and roasted as if nothing had ever happened.

No matter how busy, Mrs. Child would hand off whatever kitchen task she was doing, take the phone and talk the nervous cook down from the ledge. This could be nerve-racking for guests, said Ms. But Mrs. Child refused to unlist her number or turn off the phone; instead, she embraced the role of national Thanksgiving commander in chief. Julian said.

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Hi, this web browser has Javascript disabled. As a result, several features will be disabled. With turkey breast side up, using boning or paring knife, cut through skin around leg quarter where it attaches to breast. Bend the leg back, and pop leg bone out of socket. Cut through joint to separate leg quarter. Repeat and remove 2nd leg quarter. Working with one leg quarter at a time and with skin side down, use tip of knife to cut along sides of thigh bone to expose bone then slide knife under bone to free meat.

Tender and juicy turkey, perfect for Thanksgiving day. Plus instructions on how to make turkey stock, gravy and stuffing too! Bear with me today. This is a long post with a lot of information. Deconstructing the Thanksgiving Turkey has meaning and purpose. Trust me. Or, I guess in this case, trust Julia Child.

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