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Seasoning Question

Good morning and Happy Thanksgiving to all.

I removed my turkey from the brine last night (salt, sugar, oranges, lemon, thyme, rosemary) and has been sitting in the fridge over night to dry out. My question is do I need to season it or just leave it alone? I plan on butting herbed butter on it. Anything else?


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  • gdenbygdenby Posts: 4,770
    'Spose you could dust the inside of the cavity w. a bit more S&P. Maybe toss a couple of wedges of lemon in too, so the meat gets some acid to brighten the final flavor.  Otherwise, seems like its ready to go.
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