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This healthy, reimagined taco salad recipe (adapted from Taste of Home) can be on the table in 30 minutes.
1Heat the olive oil in a large skillet over medium heat. Add the turkey, peppers, onion, and garlic and cook until turkey is no longer pink and the vegetables are tender, about 8 minutes. Break up the turkey into crumbles as it cooks.
2Stir in the salsa, beans, chili powder, and cumin and heat through, about 3 minutes.
3Divide the romaine among four serving plates. Top with the turkey mixture and sprinkle with the cilantro and suggested toppings.
In this Thanksgiving edition of our You’re Doing It All Wrong video series, chef and TV host Michael Chiarello extols the benefits of a brined turkey. Avoid some things (have you ever heard of a blivit?) and embrace others (the bird fits perfectly inside a cooler). If you follow the approach Michael outlines here, he guarantees you one of the juiciest turkey dinners you've ever had. See our Turkey Brining Guide for more info and options (dry brining is great if you're short on space), and our Ultimate Guide to Thanksgiving for everything else you need to know.
CHOW.com Food Editor Amy Wisniewski shares a simple technique for carving a leg of lamb. It's easier than carving a turkey! (And here are three Easter leg of lamb recipes you could practice your new carving skills on.)
Brining and roasting a turkey can sound like a monumental undertaking. But it can actually be pretty easy, and makes for a memorable meal if you use our delicious Easy Brined Roasted Turkey recipe. Follow along with Amy Wisniewski as she makes this Thanksgiving turkey in our simple video recipe. And see our Ultimate Guide to Thanksgiving for everything else you need to know.
The secret to a gorgeous evenly cooked turkey is trussing. If you want that bird to be the centerpiece at your Friendsgiving table, follow Erika Nakamura (whole animal butcher) as she teaches us this technique. Special thanks to The International Culinary Center