Marzipan Turkeys - Marzipan World

Marzipan Turkeys - Marzipan World

These adorable marzipan turkeys are the perfect decorations for Thanksgiving. Too cute to eat! They retail for £5.00 or $8.75 and are shipped in 5.

  • Char-Broil has outdone itself this year with the Infrared Oil-less Turkey Fryer. I have cooked a couple of turkeys and a chicken in it. The concept is great. No oil. No mess. No fire danger. Only problem with the IR fryer is th... Char-Broil has outdone itself this year with the Infrared Oil-less Turkey Fryer. I have cooked a couple of turkeys and a chicken in it. The concept is great. No oil. No mess. No fire danger. Only problem with the IR fryer is that it needs a flame control switch. Right now, the 1st gen model on sports ON or OFF. Consequently, if you aren't paying attention, your bird couuld get extra crispy on the outside before the inside is done. Despite that fact, there are work arounds and I highly recommend picking one up.

  • None of us city folk believed that you could deep fry a Thanksgiving turkey. Or two of them. Or two of them and a free range chicken. And I'm quite sure nobody believed that with the cajun spices I used, that it would taste like s... None of us city folk believed that you could deep fry a Thanksgiving turkey. Or two of them. Or two of them and a free range chicken. And I'm quite sure nobody believed that with the cajun spices I used, that it would taste like some ethereal treat. But it did. So I'm whole heartedly recommending deep frying a turkey, with this setup. Although you should have a fire-marshall close by, it is well worth the effort and time saved (a 15 lb turkey was done in 48 minutes).

  • if you're into creamy white, cosmetically enhanced breasts, sure go with a butterball. however. if you like natural beauties, you have to go with a heritage turkey.

  • sorry girls, roasting a turkey isn't like finally meeting mr. right -- you won't "just know." which ever recipe you're using to roast your bird, you'll only know when it's done by reading a final temperature on a thermometer. the ... sorry girls, roasting a turkey isn't like finally meeting mr. right -- you won't "just know." which ever recipe you're using to roast your bird, you'll only know when it's done by reading a final temperature on a thermometer. the pyrex digital thermometer also has a timer that lets you know when the bird is finally all worked up into a hot sweat so you don't have to keep checking in. not sure that's the case with mr. right.