Thomas Mayr

Thomas Mayr

Copenhagen, Denmark
Thomas Mayr
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Ora Wanduhr 30 cm, Weiss, Kähler

Ora Wanduhr 30 cm, Weiss, Kähler

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Weißwurst mal anders: Den BavariaDog gibts in der Laugenstange, ohne Haut und auf Wunsch mit Gurkenrelish oder Meerrettich. Foto: ho

Weißwurst mal anders: Den BavariaDog gibts in der Laugenstange, ohne Haut und auf Wunsch mit Gurkenrelish oder Meerrettich. Foto: ho

Paleo PLUS Pfannkuchen - so geht's! - workoutoftheday.de

Paleo PLUS Pfannkuchen - so geht's! - workoutoftheday.de

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Gravy !After you've roasted the turkey, use all the flavorful vegetables and cooking juices in the roasting pan to make a rich-tasting gravy.

Gravy !After you've roasted the turkey, use all the flavorful vegetables and cooking juices in the roasting pan to make a rich-tasting gravy.

There are many ways to prepare a turkey: 19th-century Americans were said to have boiled their turkeys, serving them with a buttery oyster sauce. Some adventurous contemporary techniques include deep-frying turkeys outdoors in giant vats of oil, or creating intricate mosaics of herbs beneath the skin of the bird. These methods can be impressive, but most people prefer their turkey roasted.

There are many ways to prepare a turkey: 19th-century Americans were said to have boiled their turkeys, serving them with a buttery oyster sauce. Some adventurous contemporary techniques include deep-frying turkeys outdoors in giant vats of oil, or creating intricate mosaics of herbs beneath the skin of the bird. These methods can be impressive, but most people prefer their turkey roasted.

apple stuffing

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Leaving the turkey alone for the first hour of cooking allows the skin to crisp. Basting frequently after that gives the bird an even color while helping to seal in juices. Serve with Perfect Gravy.

Leaving the turkey alone for the first hour of cooking allows the skin to crisp. Basting frequently after that gives the bird an even color while helping to seal in juices. Serve with Perfect Gravy.