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To make brine: In different large stockpot mix 8 quarts water and 2 cups kosher salt. Bring to a boil; stir to dissolve salt. Remove from heat; stir in ½ cup brown sugar and other desired seasonings (garlic, herbs, and spices).

Linda Sue says: Woo Hoo! at long last Ree's update on how to do Thanksgiving dinner. I've brined before (apparently too southern a brine -mine had orange peels in it - not apples) but it is good to be reminded how deliciousness can be induced in a frozen turkey (not a food police

For about a dozen years, at the approach of turkey-eating season, I have been trumpeting to all who would listen, and to a good many who would rather not, that there is only one way to cook a turkey. This turkey is not my turkey. It is the creation of the late Morton Thompson, who wrote "Not as

In a 6 qt pot, combine salt, sugar, 2 qts water, and herbs. Put pot over high heat and stir occasionally until salt and sugar dissolve. Remove from store and let cool, stir in another 2 qts water and refrigerate until cold. Rinse turkey well. Double up two turkey oven bags and roll down the edges to

also Alton Brown's 2-Hour Mustard Brine for Pork Chops after reading tons of excellent reviews and comments with this recipe, I decided to give it a try, and let me tell you that the 2-hour marinating time is ALL your chops will need, this is the only way to go for pork chops!

This is one of my favorites. Posting this in liew of posting in the Brining Class of 8/12/2006 bon appetit
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