Poultry

Poultry

Whole fried turkey is the best illustration I know of just how delicious and greaseless fried food can be.

Use a large, shallow pan, not a turkey roaster, and nurture the bird with its own juices by basting often, and I think you'll like the results.

This is the basic recipe for a dish that allows great variation.

An example of deglazing with possibilities limited only by our imaginations and mood.

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Use less sugar in baking by treating it as a spice

"Instead of thinking about [sugar] as an evil ingredient, I thought maybe we can just go back in history a little bit and think about a time when sugar was one of the many spices that people used to flavor their foods," says Sam Seneviratne, author of The New Sugar and Spice.