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1. Debone Turkey, Chicken, & Duck in 15 Minutes!
Take your culinary skills up a notch and save money by learning how to debone a turkey in this Grokker Premium video. Once you've learned to debone a turkey you will have the basic skills to debone just about any poultry bird, including chicken and duck. There are many great recipes for stuffed boneless birds, including the Thanksgiving classic - the Turducken. Watch as Chef Doc Ward takes you through a step by step demonstration of how to debone a turkey in less than fifteen minutes. Watch all of the other great Grokker Premium Thanksgiving videos and let us know what you think.
2. The Secret to Juicy Roast Turkey
Learn the trick to getting juicy breast meat when roasting a whole turkey.
3. How to Carve and Serve a Turkey
Learn how to carve a turkey for Thanksgiving, including how to find thigh and wing joints, how to remove turkey breast, and two ways to slice turkey breast for serving.
4. You're Doing It All Wrong - How to Carve a Turkey
Mark Dommen, chef-partner of San Franciscos One Market Restaurant, advises viewers against the wrong approach: Do not use a dull knife, do not carve at the dining table (as much as you might want to), and do not hack at your bird willy-nilly. For a full list of dos, watch the CHOW video.
5. Carving A Turkey
We'll show you a fundamental way to carve up your thanksgivingturkey and help make the holidays a success
6. 5 Turkey Carving Tips
Expert butcher Armand Ferrante shares his tips for carving turkey. Happy Thanksgiving!
7. Carving a Turkey
Carving a turkey can be an intimidating idea if you don't know the correct technique. In this video, Williams-Sonoma culinary expert Amanda shares a few tips and techniques to make the turkey carving an easy affair. How a turkey is best carved depends on where it is being carved. Some people may prefer to carve the turkey in the kitchen and bring the meat cuts on the table. Others prefer carving it at the table itself. When carving at the table, Amanda suggests starting from the breast area. If you are planning to carve in the kitchen, you can start with a clean cut between the leg and the breast. Another tip to follow in the kitchen is to remove the entire breast by cutting across the bottom; doing so will make slicing and serving the turkey an easier process.The drumsticks should be separated from the thigh part carefully and all the meat on the drumsticks should be sliced while rotating them. The wings should be carved at the end as they provide support while carving the rest of the turkey. With these carving tips, you will easily be able to share your beautiful Thanksgiving turkey with your guests.
8. How to Carve a Turkey for Thanksgiving
The potatoes have been mashed, the cranberries sauced; now it's time to carve the bird. You don't need to be an expert with a blade, but you do need the right knife.
9. How to Carve a Turkey
Talented chefs at Hipcooks teach you how to carve a turkey to perfection.