[CnD] Question about frozen boneless turkey breast
wee1sman at fidnet.com
Wed Nov 25 10:40:27 EST 2015
I would follow the directions on the bag. Figure it this way: If people
follow the cooking directions on packages, and they get ill or something,
the people of today's society will jump at the opportunity to sue the
manufacturer. So, with that in mind, the manufacturers are going to be darn
sure that their directions will not result in a law suit. It's a sorry
affair when someone gets burned by not using common sense when microwaving a
meat pie on high for 7 minutes or so, and then cutting into it immediately
after taking it out of the oven, and then sues the manufacturer for not
warning them that the contents may be hot. The dumbing down of America,
also known as C Y A. They put the stupid warning on the container to
prevent the law suits by dumb people. So, especially since this is your
first attempt, I would follow those directions on the bag to! the! letter!
to insure good results.
Be positive! When it comes to being defeated, if you think you're finished,
you! really! are! finished!
----- Original Message -----
From: "Cindy Simpson via Cookinginthedark" <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
To: <cookinginthedark at acbradio.org>
Sent: Wednesday, November 25, 2015 2:46 AM
Subject: [CnD] Question about frozen boneless turkey breast
> Hello all,
> I've listened to the cooking in the dark show 318 a number of times about
> the preparation of boneless turkey breasts. I made up my mind I was going
> to try my hand at baking one this year. However, the only turkey breasts
> my assistant and I could find had the bone in them until we looked in the
> frozen section. My assistant found a frozen boneless turkey breast that
> came in its own roasting bag with different cooking instructions from the
> ones I learned from listening to Dale's show. My assistant told me if I
> wanted I could disregard the printed cooking instructions and follow the
> ones I was taught instead and should get the same results. Does anyone
> have any thoughts on this? For example, the instructions printed on the
> bag said to cook at 375 degrees for an hour and 45 minutes. But Dale's
> podcast said to cook at 325 for about the same amount of time. I should
> also note that this is about a 3-pound boneless breast I'm working with
> here. Any advice would be greatly appreciated. I would love to just
> disregard the cooking instructions on the bag and follow dale's
> instructions, but this is my very first time doing anything like this and
> I'm a little bit intimidated.
> Thanks and happy Thanksgiving to those who celebrate it.
> Cindy Simpson
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