When Turkey Met Cranberries.
So Thanksgiving is just 6 days away and my mouth is already watering. I’m cooking for my daughter and 3 of my grand kids. This is the first year in the last 3 that I’ve cooked and I’m glad to be back at it. I do my turkey’s on my Weber Grill. Have for more than 40 years now and I love it. It’s a process and some work with replenishing the coals every hour or so (you line a couple of rows around the outside edge of the grill and the heat which gives it a radiant effect). At least that’s what I’ve read and it works well. Replenishing the coals every hour or so. I’ve cooked birds as big as 36 pounds and it does take a while, only a 20 pounder this year. So are you a cranberry enthusiast or no? I like a little but it’s not the main ingredient for perfection on my Thanksgiving table. So where did the cranberry thing come from? Did the Pilgrims have cranberries with their first Thanksgiving dinner? I have some what of an answer. See below.