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Let's Talk Turkey . . . And All the Trimmings: 100 Delicious Holiday Recipes, Tips, and Ideas from America's Top Magazines

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One hundred delicious holiday recipes, tips, and ideas from America’s top magazines

Whether you’re hosting your first turkey dinner or you’re a time-tested pro, you’ll find new recipes and ideas in this collection from Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Country Living, and Woman’s Day that will make this year’s holiday meal super-delicious—and practically stress-free. Tips and ill
ebook, 140 pages
Published October 23rd 2012 by Hearst
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Nov 16, 2013 rated it liked it
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Three Stars.

Let's Talk Turkey is a compilation of recipes taken from a variety of American magazines. This is a nifty little collection that takes all of the most needed and utilized recipes and keeps them together in one volume, which lessens the hassle of leafing through old magazines thinking "I know I saw it somewhere."

This book has a lot of tips and troubleshooting for how to host the perfect holiday. Let's Talk Turkey offers instructions on how to perfectly carve your turkey, helpful micro
DelAnne Frazee
Dec 01, 2013 rated it it was amazing
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Title: Let's Talk Turkey...And All The Trimmings: 100 Delicious Holiday Recipes, Tips, and Ideas from America's Top Magazines
Author: Hearst Magazines
Publisher: OpenRoad Media
Published: 10-23-2013
ISBN: 9781453288191
Pages: 235
Genre: Wine and Cooking
Tags: Holiday, Cookbooks

More than just your ordinary cookbook. Let's Talk Turkey takes you from planning your holiday get together to the carving of the meat and the serving. No detail is too small to cover. Covered is the the g
Dec 02, 2012 rated it really liked it
Turkey is a big deal for an American particularly at Thanksgiving time - and for an Englishman at Christmastime. Yet despite it being so commonplace not everyone really knows how to cook turkey and all the trimmings (and are often ashamed to admit it). Maybe this book can help?

Here is a information-packed ebook, published for the American marketplace with Thanksgiving in mind, that features 100 different holiday recipes, tips and ideas that have previously appeared in magazines such as Good Hous
Heath Henwood
Apr 07, 2014 rated it really liked it
Lets Talk Turkey
American’s associate turkey with Thanksgiving, where in Australia we tend to pull out the recipe books for Christmas lunch. Either way there are one hundred recipes and cooking ideas that have been published in American magazines.

The book is well illustrated, including colour photos of what the final product should look like.

Recipes include all the sides including Soups, salads, and vegetable sides; gravy and cranberry sauces; and desserts. There are also some great recipes to u
Nov 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing
This excellent and easy to read cookbook is a must have for beginners and veterans of Thanksgiving and Christmas - two big holidays that we eat turkey on. It has numerous tips and pointers complete with dozens of scrumptious photographs that include a guide to prepare for the holidays so you aren't rushing around at the last minute trying to get everything ready. If you've never carved a turkey before, no problem! It has step by step instructions with mouth-watering photographs to walk you throu ...more
Nov 25, 2013 rated it really liked it
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This is a well put together cookbook that provides a compilation of good Thanksgiving recipes from a variety of different women’s magazines: Redbook, Woman’s Day, Good Housekeeping and Country Living. A photo is provided for each recipe (which I love) and everything is provided for a great Thanksgiving feast. There are a multitude of different types of turkey recipes to suit everyone’s taste: Roasted, Lemon-Sage, Cocoa-Spice, Orange-Scented, Pomegranate-Lacquered and more. And a great variety of ...more
Margaret Sholders
Nov 21, 2013 rated it it was amazing
First, I want to say I really liked the color photos for the recipes. I liked checking out the turkey recipes. I never would think of oranges added to the cooking turkey or sage gravy. I am not a fan of sage but I like the idea of fruited turkey. I love cranberries and boy are there a lot of recipes that look good.Yum-Ginger Cranberry sauce! There were recipes for squash and parsnip soups. I'll try some of those. All the veggie recipes look yummy-Spinach! Then comes the "Never met a potato recip ...more
Cheryl Sanders
Nov 26, 2013 rated it really liked it
The cooking tips are great and always good to have in the same book you're cooking from. The recipes look amazing! I have made the Apple & Squash Soup and it was DELICIOUS!!! The recipe called for Fried Sage Leaves and that was the perfect finish for an awesome soup. The ingredients can be bought at any grocery store, so there's no need to drive all over town looking for them.

Thank you Hearst books for putting together this awesome collection of recipes, tips and ideas.
Jeanette Johnson
Nov 04, 2012 rated it really liked it
Reading cookbooks always makes me hungry....that said, this cookbook was well laid out, descriptive and had some lovely recipes. I especially enjoyed the section on the variety of ways to season and cook a turkey. It certainly gave me some ideas for my turkey this Thanksgiving. It really is a lovely book for anyone entertaining for the holidays. It takes your from table set-up through dessert.
Nov 20, 2016 rated it it was amazing  ·  review of another edition
Love the Ginger-Cranberry Sauce

So many unique make-ahead recipes that are short on ingredients and long on flavor. In addition, directions are simple, and colorful pictures are provided.
Jan 15, 2014 rated it really liked it
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All of these recipes look delicious and I'm glad they're all in one place. The information at the beginning is helpful for any dinner party, but especially for holidays. If I hadn't been reading this before and after a meal, it would have definitely made me hungry.
Dec 01, 2013 rated it really liked it
This is a great cookbook for turkey dinners and Thanksgiving. Has several different sections depending on the number of people you will be cooking for and recipes for each unique dish for that meal. Lot's of great information. I recommend this book
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