With Thanksgiving just around the corner, it’s important to start thinking of all the things you’re thankful for in your life. The friendly staff of Sherman Provision has been considering what they’re thankful for, and every year it is their loyal customers. Since Sherman Provision opened their doors in 1950, they’ve been providing those in the Summit County, Ohio area and beyond with affordable food products of outstanding quality. Their dedication to customer service and providing quality products is what has helped turn them into the reliable family owned business they are today. Individuals whose grandparents shopped at Sherman Provision are now coming in for the same great products, such as their fresh Thanksgiving turkey. If you’re preparing the Thanksgiving meal at your Akron, Ohio or Wadsworth, Ohio residence this season, Sherman Provision would like to provide you with some Turkey Cooking Tips to make your meal even more delicious!
How you proceed with cooking your turkey is determined on the condition in which you bought it: fresh or frozen. If using a frozen turkey, you’ll need to completely thaw it in the refrigerator. This can take several days depending on the size of your turkey, so you’ll want to make sure you have plenty of time. If you’ve invested in a fresh Thanksgiving turkey by Jaindl from Sherman Provision, your turkey should be ready to roast. Does your Akron family like stuffing added to the turkey? Consider making the stuffing the night before you cook your turkey and putting it into the fridge. This way, your stuffing and turkey will cook at the same temperature and will be the same temperature when going into the oven.
Before cooking the turkey, make sure the cavities are cleaned out. Once you’ve done this, rinse out the cavities and pat them dry. For extra flavoring and moisture as you cook your turkey, put several pats of butter in the cavities of the turkey. When your turkey is ready to cook, preheat the oven to 325 degrees. While the oven is preheating, put the stuffing in the cavities. From here, put the turkey in the pan breast side down (upside down) and cook according to weight. Remember to add the weight of the stuffing to the weight of the bird for accurate cooking times. Internal temperature should be 185 degrees.
- 8 to 12 pounds = 3 ½ to 4 ½ hours
- 12 to 16 pounds = 4 ½ to 5 ½ hours
- 16 to 20 pounds = 5 ½ to 6 ½ hours
- 20 to 24 pounds = 6 ½ to 7 hours
By using these Turkey Cooking Tips to create your Wadsworth family meal, you’ll have a delicious turkey your family won’t soon forget! Don’t have a turkey for your Thanksgiving meal yet? Sherman Provision in Summit County not only offers affordable food products, but they’re still taking orders for turkeys before the holidays arrive!
If you still find yourself in need of a fresh Thanksgiving turkey for your Akron, Ohio Thanksgiving meal, you’ll be happy to know that Sherman Provision is still taking orders for their Jaindl fresh turkeys. While visiting this Summit County, Ohio location, don’t forget to pick up a few other affordable food products to complete your meal. Using these great products and the Turkey Cooking Tips provided by Sherman Provision, you’ll be able to create a holiday meal at your Barberton, Ohio residence your family won’t soon forget! For more information, visit www.shermanprovision.com or call 330.825.2711 today!
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