I recently read an article ,which I unfortunately didn't save but, think it was from Cook Country.
(I've come to trust their recommendations and ratings regarding food products and items for the kitchen. ) In any event I do remember, if not from Cks Country, than from a source I really trust when it comes to cooking . The article was about cooking a turkey and said to use a Frozen Butterball.
A frozen turkey? I thought this was against all things holy. Even my Mother, way back, never considered getting a frozen turkey.
Is there something I've missed because last year, our fresh turkey from Whole Foods left much to be desired and, as I think of it, the previous year, a turkey from a local market was good, but not up to my usual standards. These were fresh, of course. one pre-brined and the last I brined And, I've been cooking them for many years usually with great results.