Would you believe I cooked this turkey in a trash can? Just stumbled across this method on the internet. It is nothing new and has been around for a while. I had to try it. It came out moist, was easy and I didn’t need to stay indoors to keep an eye on the oven. A fun project with the grandkids.... See
"Trashcan Turkey" . Aloha and thank you for viewing
ps We made it thru 12-21-12 :)
Dec 22, 2012 12:18:07 pmby mikeerson Homepage »
I hope it was a trash can that had never had trash in it.... take cat crap from an example - hepatitis. Turkey looks great, but if I ate it and then you told me you cooked it in a trash can I'd feel like you're trying to kill me - lol.... can you imagine what that Turkey looks like today? yeah, worse than trash - lol
Dec 23, 2012 2:45:36 amby whaleman Homepage »
Gee, I tried it and it turned out really messy and strange tasting...guess I shouldn't have used a plastic trsh can, eh? LOL! Looks good! Actually, roasting a turkey in the oven looks way easier than this to me. I've cooked so many I just find it about the easiest thing to make if you're not stuffing it with dressing. Dressing is what takes the time and energy.
(On a side note Errol, I finally got a pineapple to try your slicing method and it works very well. The fruit was very acidic though which happens to pineapples that are picked too early so they can be shipped to Canada. The fruit tasted good but I had to drink a glass of water right afterwards. I got spoiled by having fresh pineapple in Hawaii...nothing like it!)