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that looks delish~! I bet the bacon adds flavor and moisture. looks pretty too-like lattice:)xoxoSonny
Interesting! Starting to cook today. We are visiting friends for the day but we will cook a dinner for us because we love the leftovers.Carol
Lynn, That caught my eye too when I spied it on Pinterest! I bet Earl broke out in a cold sweat when he saw it :)
What a beautiful turkey. Great idea for keeping it moist and it's pretty too.
ha ha ha ha ha ha.... Looks like a turkey that fell into a quilt shop.
Holy cow...Make that holy bacon wrapped turkey.
Think of the basteing time that will save : )
I bet that tastes wonderful!
ha ha ha! run, earl, run!
I saw this on Facebook this morning and thought of Earl! :)Be a sweetie,Shelia ;)
We did this one year, but not so elaborately! Poor Earl must be a nervous wreck with you and your bacon recipes.I love bacon on everything. Sorry, little guy.
Wow, is that a turkey or a piece of artwork?! Quite amazing - I bet the cooker of that bird could whip up a cherry lattice pie before you could wink an eye, what do you think?
wow...I think this turkey must be more than wonderful..... I wish your T'Day plannings are going to be falling into place too !! xoxoxox. Flavia
What a pretty turkey, I must say! Don't let Earl see it, though. He might run off before Thanksgiving.
I pinned this when I saw it to my Thanksgiving board. I love the weave pattern. This turkey has to be flavorful. xo
Wow - sandie
It seems that bacon use is getting more creative all the time :)
I do this to my meat loaf. It adds a lot of favor.
How cute, sort of a turkey in a basket, lol...Christine
I saw this too! I love the creative weave of bacon arund the turkey, but I don't think I'd attempt this myself as I'd too much fat in the roasting pan to make gravy!
Oh my, this would make store bought turkey edible, somewhat .Visiting from....can't remember but enjoying my visit and you'vegot great recipes. I'm making the Tar Heel Pie for Christmas.
Wow, what a gorgeous turkey!!! I might try this on a roast chicken :)
Wow! That has to be delicious.Judy
Hmmm...not sure what I think about that. Everybody says that bacon makes anything better. The crispy herbed skin is one of my favorite parts of the turkey. Happy Thanksgiving, Lynn.
So beautiful! Lynn, I really should learn NOT to read your blog when I'm hungry!Although, it seems like I'm hungry a lot, so that might not work.Wouldn't it be fun to make this??!
That catches my eye too. I wonder how that turkey tasted when it was done. Like bacon??? Smile. It sure looks pretty.Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours Lynn. Don't eat Earl!!!Blessings, Jeanne
Wow.. I bet that is one delicious turkey!!! ... and a lot of work.Have a great thanksgiving!!!!
Can you imagine how amazing this must taste. It even looks gorgeous.
hahhaa....it looks great but SOMEbody has more free time than I do.....now I might just LAY bacon over my turkey. :)I hope YOU are having TURKEY and not EARL.....XOXO
Wow Lynn! Is Earl in hiding? I checked out this recipe and she certainly throws around the bourbon for après assembly AND the gravy. I can see why! This looks like it would be so much work. Happy Thanksgiving! Linda
I know why because it looks like a basket. If you are in love with baskets like me then this is amazing isn't it? LOL! Wow! Love it!
Hi Lynn,Just stopping by and wishing you and your family a very Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving!Miz Helen
That has to be one of the most beautiful and creative ways to prepare a turkey that I have ever seen! Thanks for sharing! I would also like to wish you a happy and blessed Thanksgiving; I am thankful for our friendship!!!Big hugs,Roz
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