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Wednesday, November 14, 2012

Don't know why...

This caught my eye on Pinterest, but it did:@)
Bacon Blanketed Herb Roasted Turkey found HERE.

I hope all of your Thanksgiving planning is falling into place!
Have a happy day:@)

33 comments:

  1. that looks delish~! I bet the bacon adds flavor and moisture. looks pretty too-like lattice:)

    xoxo
    Sonny

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  2. 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

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  3. 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 :)

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  4. What a beautiful turkey. Great idea for keeping it moist and it's pretty too.

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  5. ha ha ha ha ha ha.... Looks like a turkey that fell into a quilt shop.

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  6. Holy cow...
    Make that holy bacon wrapped turkey.

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  7. Think of the basteing time that will save : )

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  8. I saw this on Facebook this morning and thought of Earl! :)
    Be a sweetie,
    Shelia ;)

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  9. 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.

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  10. 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?

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  11. 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

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  12. What a pretty turkey, I must say! Don't let Earl see it, though. He might run off before Thanksgiving.

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  13. I pinned this when I saw it to my Thanksgiving board. I love the weave pattern. This turkey has to be flavorful. xo

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  14. It seems that bacon use is getting more creative all the time :)

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  15. I do this to my meat loaf. It adds a lot of favor.

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  16. How cute, sort of a turkey in a basket, lol...Christine

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  17. 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!

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  18. Oh my, this would make store bought turkey edible, somewhat .
    Visiting from....can't remember but enjoying my visit and you've
    got great recipes. I'm making the Tar Heel Pie for Christmas.

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  19. Wow, what a gorgeous turkey!!! I might try this on a roast chicken :)

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  20. Wow! That has to be delicious.

    Judy

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  21. 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.

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  22. 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??!

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  23. 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

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  24. Wow.. I bet that is one delicious turkey!!! ... and a lot of work.
    Have a great thanksgiving!!!!

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  25. Can you imagine how amazing this must taste. It even looks gorgeous.

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  26. 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

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  27. 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

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  28. 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!

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  29. Hi Lynn,
    Just stopping by and wishing you and your family a very Happy and Blessed Thanksgiving!
    Miz Helen

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  30. 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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