Thanksgiving Tip: Roast 2 Small Turkeys
Instead of 1 Large One
Hi Sweet Friends,
Roast two small turkeys instead of one large turkey. They’ll roast in less time, be easier to carve, plus you’ll have four of everything! This is perfect for beginners!!
Watch this YouTube video as I walk you through the step-by-step process of making two Thanksgiving turkeys.
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