How to Carve a Turkey

Video Guide to Carving a Turkey

August 1, 2016

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Get a quick refresher on how to carve the turkey before placing it on the table.

This is the easiest and most efficient way to carve the big bird for your feast.

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Forgot to get the 2 oysters underneath the Turkey

The turkey oyster is a meat cut from the back of turkeys that is formed like an oyster. The turkey oyster is cut from the back with a 1 cm deep lateral cut underneath the scapula and at a right angle along the spine. I recently saw this on America's Test Kitchens & Martha Stewart.

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