Time to "catch" the turkey...

Thank goodness I don't have to chase a turkey (and do unkind things to it...like chopping off his head!!). I just have to fight the usual supermarket crowd and pick out an anonymous looking frozen bird and let it thaw. After the thaw, my turkey will be spending a day soaking in cider brining spices from Williams-Sonoma. This stuff has a wonderful aroma...smells like Thanksgiving!!


Dena said...

Oh that sounds good! I need to go hunt down my turkey today too...and maybe hit the mall for some of that William-Sonoma merinade :)


Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

I caught my Turkey yesterday! Yahooo.

Penny from Enjoying The Simple Things said...

Ok - I need to look before I post... I meant to say Yahoooooo!!!!!
and sign with the correct spelling of my name :-)

Anonymous said...

What a cute picture! Eeek, I really need to get moving on the food for Thanksgiving. I get so excited about fluffing my house I forget that people might expect something to eat! LOL!

I tagged you for a game, come check it out!


bj said...

Oh, that is one thing I am VERY thankful for...not having to chase and catch and kill a turkey. I tried, in vain, I might add...to help my MIL with her chickens and I just could not do it. I'd watch her wring their necks and couldn't eat chicken for a month!!
Happy day, bj

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