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By Jim Coleman and Candace Hagan and Jim Coleman and Candace Hagan,Knight Ridder / Tribune | December 15, 2002
I have an 18-pound turkey that was given to me last year. I've kept it in the freezer all this time. Is it still good? Should I cook it any differently? Thanks in advance. It must be that turkey time of the year. With all the turkey requests I've gotten in the last week, I'm beginning to know how Santa feels about all those toy lists he gets at the North Pole. In fact, I kind of look like Santa at the North Pole. What puzzled me about your question is your freezer. Who has a freezer big enough to hold an 18-pound turkey all year without it being in the way so much that you finally just throw it out one day?
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By Charlyne Varkonyi | November 20, 1991
Don't worry. Every year is the first year for somebody to cook a turkey. It's easy. Just think of it as a big chicken and follow these simple directions.* Make sure to buy your turkey far enough ahead of time so you can thaw it safely. Always thaw the turkey in the refrigerator or in cold water. A typical 20-pound turkey will take 3 to 4 days in the refrigerator and 11 to 12 hours in cold water. Never thaw a turkey by putting it on a countertop to defrost.* When you are ready to cook, discard the plastic wrapper and remove the neck and giblets.
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By Sam Sessa and Sam Sessa,Sun reporter | March 14, 2007
When it comes to burgers, ground turkey offers the best of both worlds - that grilled taste with a more healthful profile. We like ours slightly charred and loaded with turkey flavor. We tried four turkey burgers from area bars and restaurants. When given the option, we asked for lettuce, tomato and onion. Here are the results. Della Rose's 8153 A Honeygo Blvd., White Marsh -- 410-933-8861 Hours --11 a.m.-2 a.m. daily Restaurant's estimate --10-15 minutes Ready in --18 minutes Served on a kaiser roll, this burger, $7.62, could have used more seasoning.
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By Rita Calvert and Rita Calvert,Special to The Sun | November 16, 1994
Q: Last year I followed a recipe for a grilled turkey, which was the best I have ever had. Unfortunately, I have lost the recipe. Can you help?A: Start a day in advance. Rinse the turkey and remove the giblets. I find that a brine creates a beautifully moist turkey. Place the turkey in a large pot and rub 1 pound of salt and 1/2 pound of sugar in the cavity and into the skin of the bird. Add cool water to cover the turkey. Refrigerate for 24 hours.An unstuffed bird will cook quickly and more evenly, so bake the stuffing, wrapped in heavy duty foil, on the grill next to the turkey, over indirect heat.
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By New York Times News Service | June 5, 1994
ANKARA, Turkey -- Turkey is pressing the United States and other Western and Arab allies for relief from the hardships that the United Nations embargo on Iraq imposes on its crisis-ridden economy.At the same time, sentiment is growing against the continued use of Turkish territory for an international operation on behalf of Kurds in northern Iraq.The government of Prime Minister Tansu Ciller is seeking approval for a tentative agreement it reached with Iraq in April to conduct what it calls a "rescue operation" to reopen for repair and maintenance the pipeline from the Kirkuk oil fields in Iraq to the Turkish port of Yumurtalik on the Mediterranean.
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By Steven Raichlen and Steven Raichlen,Tribune Media Services | November 18, 2006
There are many ways to mark one's passage through life. Mine could be charted with turkey. My first Thanksgiving bird was prepared by my great-grandmother, Jenny Marks. Born in a small village in Lithuania, Bubbe may have maintained a thick accent but she gamely embraced America's Thanksgiving tradition. Every year she'd ride the streetcar to Baltimore's Lexington Market to buy a turkey with the feathers still intact. Her seasonings consisted of salt and pepper, and she chose to roast 25-pound monsters -- a better value.
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November 14, 1990
Anthony Dias and Kathryn K. Blue say this basic turkey recipe has served their family well for years; they include it in their book "Thanksgiving Dinner." The glaze flavors the skin and gives the bird a very dark mahogany color, he says. Another tip from Mr. Blue: If you're a stuffing fanatic, make two flavors and put one in the bird's neck cavity and one in the body cavity.For this recipe, you'll need poultry skewers, a large roasting pan with a rack and a pastry brush.Turkey with molasses glazeServes 12, with leftovers.
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By MIKE ROYKO | November 30, 1992
Losing a job can be tough for anyone. And in some ways, it' even worse for George Bush.When most people get the boot, they clean out their desk or locker, say so long to their friends and up yours to the boss, and go home or to the nearest bar.But because we have this long transition period, Bush has to stick around the White House for a couple of months and be gawked at by the press.They note that he looks glum, weary and listless. Well, why not? Being fired by 62 million people has to be a downer.
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By Diana Jean Schemo and Diana Jean Schemo,Paris Bureau of The Sun | October 22, 1990
PARIS -- Though the international embargo on Iraq is expected to cripple the already weak Turkish economy, solemn pledges to support that front-line state with billions of dollars of foreign aid have so far failed to materialize.Last month, U.S. Secretary of State James A. Baker III flew around the world seeking commitments from U.S. allies to help Jordan, Turkey and Egypt offset the costs of maintaining the embargo against Iraq.His tour was hailed as a grand success. The Germans promised Turkey $71 million, and Tokyo promised $2 billion to the three states, including $600 million in immediate emergency assistance.
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By Laura Le Cornu and Laura Le Cornu,Special to The Sun | June 5, 1991
CIZRE, Turkey -- Clashes in southeastern Turkey have left six soldiers and four Kurdish separatists dead, the Anatolia news agency reported yesterday.The soldiers were killed in an ambush near Cizre on Monday. Earlier in the day, the separatists were killed in a clash with an army patrol.The Turkish government's reluctance in early April to accept thousands of Iraqi Kurds fleeing President Saddam Hussein's repression has put further pressure on Turkey's already strained relationship with its own Kurdish minority.
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