The recipe didn't call for any kind of broth but I noticed my pan got a little "done" so I added some broth so that I could actually baste the turkey per the directions.
It came out crispy brown!! Awesome but I think I should have cooked mine about 10-20 min longer. When I was removing the breast from the bone it seemed not quite done. I nuked that part in the microwave so I didn't feed my family raw turkey.
I was originally going to try that recipe using a chicken but I found Turkey's for .59 a pound! They were actually cheaper than the chickens and the chickens were smaller!!
All in all very easy recipe once you do all the bone breaking & would definitely cut down on the time it takes to make a turkey for Thanksgiving. You just would have a laying down turkey instead of the usual. I carve before I come to the table anyway so my family doesn't care.
The 10th was pumpkin roasting day. Yes I finally got in there and did it!
Here are a few pictures of the before roasting and after roasting. I'm not going to go into any detail about how to roast a pumpkin and show you all kind of picture steps etc... I'm not into reinventing the wheel for the thousandth time. LOL You can Google instructions if you need them. I think I did post the method I was going to use in a post during the last couple of days. ;)
I used Coconut & EV Olive oil and brushed it all over.
He He He um I apologize for my non awesome photography. I do have a very nice camera set up but I have been opting to use my much smaller point and shoot lately. I'm being a little lazy I guess and when you are already short on time you don't want to try and set up the perfect shot.
I'll try to do better for you in the future. :)