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Written by Gary Kunkel | November 23, 2020
Pat is not only an excellent plumber, but he’s also a fantastic cook! He’s sharing his favorite brine recipe for wild or farm-raised turkeys. “The brine helps the turkey thaw faster, cook faster, and makes it more tender and juicy,” says Pat.
Pat’s Turkey Brine Recipe
Whole turkey (18-24 pounds)
5-gallon bucket or large pot
3 gallons of water
1 pound of salt
2 cups brown sugar
1 cup raspberry vinegar
Make the Brine: Fill a container with warm water, salt, raspberry vinegar, and brown sugar. Mix until it dissolves. Let the liquid cool.
Prepare the Turkey: Unwrap thawed or frozen turkey, remove the giblets, and put the turkey into the pot. Pour brine over the turkey and put it into the refrigerator. Let sit for 2-3 days.
1. Remove turkey from the brine and discard the brine.
2. Rinse the turkey in cold water to remove excess salt from the outside.
3. Put the turkey in a container of cold water and let sit for 15 minutes.
4. Pat dry and cook per turkey package cooking instructions.
Gary started working at All Comfort Services in 2000. Gary says he learned everything he knows about plumbing from his father, Irenus. Gary’s earliest memories are of him following his father around learning the art of plumbing.
Matt C. performed detailed service call on our A/C today. He was very thorough and helpful and understanding of our concerns. He represented All Comfort in a professional and polite way. We were left with a thorough understanding following the service call.