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Lemon Rosemary Roast Turkey


Thanksgiving is just a few days away. Are you ready? I think I am. I still have to go grocery shopping for the big day. I’m such procrastinator, I always wait until the last minute to go shopping, like Wednesday afternoon. Fortuneately all of our grocery stores stay very stocked with all the basics you need for your Thanksgiving Day Feast.

We’re hosting a small Thanksgiving Day dinner again this year. I’ve hosted every year for quite some time now, and I can’t say every Thanksginng was filled with perfectly cooked Turkeys and sides, but I tried. I think even the most experienced cooks are bound to make mistakes. I mean there’s so many distractions. There’s friends and family to catch up with, the wine is flowing, and so much fun to be  had. How can you make sure every dish is perfect? I think it’s impossible.


But of all the little mistakes we’ll make cooking our Thanksgiving Day feasts, undercooking the turkey is not something that should happen. I mean who wants to give everybody food poisoning? Not me. That’s why I rely on these simple Pop Up® Timers for my turkeys. These little automatic thermometers pop when the turkey has reached the correct temperature. They’re so easy!

This video below goes tells all about Pop Up® Timers

The turkey recipe shown in the video above is very similar to one of my favorite ways to roast a turkey. Simply stuffing the turkey with fresh rosemary, lemon and onion is so simple, and so delicious. You can add any type of seasoning you like. For my recipe, I just used salt and pepper. There’s a beauty to the simplicity of this recipe.

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This post sponsored by Volk Enterprises. All opinions 100% mine. 


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