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Thanksgiving: Turkey Cooking Time

Thanksgiving: Turkey Cooking Time - With Thanksgiving getting closer by the second, many cooks are already panicking about figuring out turkey cooking times per pound, how to baste the turkey, deep fat fry it, or roast it. It can be a complex cooking task for those who are brand new to a family and want to impress the in-laws or other relatives and friends. Obviously, they don't want to screw it up and serve an under or over-cooked meal!

Enter the Butterball Turkey Talk-line! It's a toll-free hotline service courtesy of the good folks at Butterball, one of the top turkey and chicken companies around. Their Butterball Turkey Talk-Line is open weekdays from 8 AM to 8 PM Central Standard Time, to give you all the info you need on preparing that bird. Simply call 1-800-BUTTERBALL and a representative there should be able to answer your turkey questions!

Butterball also provides their Top Frequently Asked Questions, which include Turkey thawing and cooking times. An example turkey cooking time for a 10 to 18 pound turkey is 3 to 3 1/2 hours if its unstuffed and 3 3/4 to 4 1/2 if it is stuffed. There's also info on the proper way to stuff a turkey, how to know when the turkey is officially ready to eat, and more.

This is a great helpful service on the part of the folks at Butterball, providing on-call assistance to frantic cooks. It also prevents people from contacting 911 saying they have an emergency turkey cooking question. It really seems Butterball is giving customers thanks for buying, cooking and eating their turkeys!

Thanksgiving: Turkey Cooking Time

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