POLL: Do You Brine Your Thanksgiving Turkey?

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Playing To Brine or Not to Brine Your Thanksgiving Turkey

We sent Chef Ryan Scott to ask New Yorkers on the street about whether they brine their Thanksgiving turkey, and we want to hear from you too:

If you're still wondering what brining is, Rach explains, “Brining is when you put your turkey into a salt and sugar solution for a day or two (or more, even in some cases) before you cook it.” The idea is that by brining, you’re going to infuse a lot of extra moisture and flavor into your bird. Get Chef Scott's step-by-step recipe here.

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