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From sandwiches to lunch and dinner entrees, there is no more
versatile principal protein ingredient than turkey. To help you and
our friends in the foodservice trade with meal planning and
traditional and innovative turkey preparation, we are linking you to
the National Turkey Federation. Enjoy!



P.S. Here's Lillian's Favorite Turkey Roasting Method:

In the world of cooking, there is probably not a more hotly debated subject: How to prepare a roasted turkey? Ask five people and you'll get six opinions. You might even get a good-natured argument. Well, here at Zacky Farms we're fortunate to have our own family expert, Lillian Zacky. And, here's what she recommends for a scrumptious, golden brown, tender and juicy result.



One sparkling fresh pure and natural Zacky Farms Turkey (what else?)
Lots of garlic cloves
Season salt (to taste)
Pepper (to taste)
One lemon
Roasting Pan
Roasting V Rack
One cup of water or clear turkey broth
Meat thermometer
Aluminum foil


  • Preheat oven to 325 degrees or preheat barbecue.
  • Wash turkey inside and out, leaving turkey moist. This allows the seasoning to adhere to the skin.
  • Crush half the garlic cloves you have selected (garlic lovers feel free to add even more!).
  • Slice the lemon.
  • Season the cavity of the turkey with season salt and pepper.
  • Place the remaining whole garlic cloves in the cavity of the turkey along with the sliced lemon (skin and all).
  • Season the outer portion of the turkey.
  • Pour the one cup of liquid in the bottom of the roasting pan.
  • Place the turkey BREAST SIDE DOWN on the V rack in a shallow roasting pan uncovered.
  • Place a loose "tent" of foil over turkey to prevent over-browning.
  • Foil may be removed and turkey turned breast-side up during the last half hour to enhance appearance.
  • When turkey is done after it reaches 165 degrees on the meat thermometer, remove it from the roasting pan and wrap it tightly with foil so that no steam can escape.
  • Wait at least a half-hour and remove foil for carving and serving.

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