Back to school means the cooler weather of fall and many cooks are anxious to get back in the kitchen. Learning some cooking basics can go a long way towards creating better tasting meals and taking some of the anxiety off the cook's shoulders. Check out this great video about carving a turkey properly. Of course, it may seem too early to discuss cutting up the traditional holiday bird, but turkey is a versatile meat and should be made more than just once or twice a year.
Cook it once, and have multiple meals, carving a turkey properly is an important part of frugal cooking.
Now that you know how to carve a roasted turkey, how about some ideas for using the extra turkey meat in recipes?
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