St. Patrick’s day is right around the corner… and everybody is Irish on March 17th! That means green beer, fun parties, and good memories! Did you know that beer is the most consumed alcoholic drink all over the world? There are many types of beer to choose from, from mild to hard kind of beer. They have the Pale Ale, Stout, Mild, Wheat, Lager and Lambic. Whatever kind of beer is served in front of you, it is still best if you can pour it perfectly on your glass.
The question is how you enjoy drinking your beer? First, let’s pour it make let’s make it perfect.
- Choose the best and your favorite beer.
- Chilled it.
- A beer glass, a mug or just simply a glass.
- But it’s better if you can use a chilled or frozen mug too.
- Always hold the glass on a 45 degree angle.
- Pour the beer slowly with at least 1 inch from the mouth of the glass.
- Pouring the beer in a nice and slowly way can give your beer a right amount of foam.
- Then sip your beer right away. Enjoys the beer while it’s chilled.
A beautifully carved turkey tastes even better on Thanksgiving or Christmas! One of the tricks before serving your turkey dish is to carve it perfectly.
- Make sure that your turkey is already cook and good to go.
- Get a carving knife.
- Place you turkey in the most comfortable place where you can carve it.
- The first part is you must cut the leg; you must start on where the bones connected.
- Then remove the meat from the thigh part.
- Next is the wing part. Cut also on the where the bones connected.
- Then gently slice the meat on the breast until it reaches the half of the chicken.
- Remove all the meat connected on the bones.
- Then repeat all those steps on the other side of the turkey.
- Start again from the leg and ends on the breast.
- Now you can serve your turkey at its best. Enjoy eating!
Thanksgiving is on it’s way and a popular food for the gathering is turkey! You can bake it, roast it, stuff it! But the most common way to cook a turkey is by roasting. Here are simplified ways on how to cook a turkey by roasting.
- Find the perfect turkey size for your visitors or family.
- Wash the turkey or if frozen, thaw it first. Make sure that you thaw the turkey very well to avoid longer cooking time and for the turkey to cook perfectly.
- Clean the turkey; remove the giblet and the neck. Wash with running water until it’s very clean.
- Season your turkey with salt and pepper until you reach under the skin.
- Make sure that you place your turkey breast side up on a baking pan.
- Brush your turkey with oil or butter to have a beautiful brown effect when cooked.
- If you want to stuff your turkey, it’s time to place it inside the turkey.
- There’s no need to preheat your oven, just make sure that your temperature will not be less than 325 °F.
- Stuffed turkey requires longer cooking time.
- If the juice is already clear the turkey is done and ready to serve.
APPROXIMATE COOKING TIME FOR TURKEY
- 4 to 6 lb breast…..1 1/2 to 2 1/4 hrs
- 6 to 8 lb breast…2 1/4 to 3 1/4 hrs
- 8 to 12 lbs…………….2 3/4 to 3 hrs
- 12 to 14 lbs…………..3 to 3 3/4 hrs
- 14 to 18 lbs……..3 3/4 to 4 1/4 hrs
- 18 to 20 lbs……..4 1/4 to 4 1/2 hrs
- 20 to 24 lbs…………..4 1/2 to 5 hrs
- 8 to 12 lbs……………3 to 3 1/2 hrs
- 12 to 14 lbs…………..3 1/2 to 4 hrs
- 14 to 18 lbs…………..4 to 4 1/4 hrs
- 18 to 20 lbs……..4 1/4 to 4 3/4 hrs
- 20 to 24 lbs……..4 3/4 to 5 1/4 hrs