How to cook a turkey according to kids

Published 5:01pm Wednesday, November 21, 2012

 

MORGAN ACADEMY

First shoot the turkey. Then clean the turkey. Be nice to my dad and ask my dad to cook. Eat the turkey, watch football and play football. Have a good time.

– Cal Youngblood, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First, go kill a turkey for Thanksgiving. Next, take him home for Thanksgiving. Then get a knife and get the head and the feathers off. Fourth, take the turkey in the house and cook him for one hour. Then after one hour get a plate and take the turkey out and put him on a plate. Next get one plate and cut him up in to pieces, but if you want to, you can get some spices. First let him cool off for about four minutes. Then, stick a knife in him. Then, turn the knife and take it out and put the spices in. Next, push the turkey in. And that’s how to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey

- Will Alison, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

Skin the turkey. Put a cup of flour. Put in 2 cups of sugar. Then put it in the fryer for 30 minutes. Take it out and put it in vegetable oil for 10 minutes. Then put salt and pepper on it.

– Matthew Free, 4th grade, Morgan Acedemy

 

Put oven on 350 degrees. Cook for ten minutes. Then let it cool off. You might want to put some butter on it. Put it back in the oven on 350 degrees. Cook for ten more minutes. Then put some salt on it. Let it cool off. Put it in the refrigerator over night. Stuff it with dressing. Heat it up till completely warm. Take it to the table and wait for your guests. Then you eat it.

– Hunter Nichols, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First, catch and kill a turkey. Next, pluck out all the feathers. Next, stuff him with stuffing. Next, cook him.

Then get dressing. Finally the turkey is finished, put dressing on it.

–Sydney Brooks, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First, you need to go get a turkey from your freezer. Then when you get the turkey out you put in an oven. Next you warm it up for a few minutes. Then when the turkey is done you let the turkey get a little bit colder. Then, when it’s a little bit cold, you finally get to eat a very good turkey.

–Dhenji Patel, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you put the oven on 350. Then you put it in the oven. After that you let it bake for a few hours. Then you take it out. Next you eat it and that’s how you make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. P.S. Make sure you make other kinds of food. One good thing is dressing. I eat it every Thanksgiving.

–Holt Utsey, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you need the ingredients to make a turkey. You need a turkey and an oven. All you need to do is stuff the turkey. Then you can put it in the oven. If you want it crisp, brown and gold, leave your turkey in the oven for 2 hours and 30 minutes. After you take it out you can put dressing on the turkey. Then put the turkey on a silver tray. Finally, you can decorate around the turkey on the tray

–McKinley Fuller, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you hunt and shoot the turkey. Then you put it in a hot tub of boiling water. Then you serve it at a Thanksgiving dinner. Then you eat it. That would be tasty to eat on Thanksgiving. You can do this because Thanksgiving is coming soon and it’s bow season. So get on your hunting clothes and shoot a turkey for your Thanksgiving feast.

–Ben Feister, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

Add 2 cups of dressing. Set oven to 450. Add a pinch of salt and pepper. Cook for 1 hour and 30 minutes. Let it sit for 15 minutes. Add cream of mushroom soup.

–Mary Alan Dusley, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First, you cut little slices of the turkey and put it on a foam plate. Get out as many plates as there are guests. Put lettuce on those plates and 3 slices of turkey. Then you put cranberry sauce next to the turkey. Get out small plates for desert and finally serve! P.S. I don’t know how to cook well.

–Mary Carolyn Jones, 4th grade, Morgan Academy 

Shoot the turkey. Clean the turkey. Cut it up and put it in the crockpot. Turn it on boil. Put potatoes in. Let it cook for two hours. Let it cool. Fill it with stuffing.

–William Roberts, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

Preheat the oven to 350. Put the turkey in the oven. Cook it for an hour and a half. Let it cool for 30 minutes. You can put dressing, cranberry sauce, sweet potatoes or anything else on it. Invite your family over. Cut the turkey. If you want it warmer put it in the microwave. Eat the turkey and enjoy!

–Evan Eskridge, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First get a turkey. Next pre-heat the oven to 350. Then season and stuff the turkey. After that put it in the oven. Let it cook. When you get it cut let it cool off. Finally put the dressing on there. When you are done with that put it in the middle of the table. Then put lots of decorations around it to make it look good. Now you know how to make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey!

–Kristie Paige Morgan, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

This is how to make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. First buy the turkey. Then put it in a pot. Put seasoning on the turkey. Put it in the stove for one hour or until brown. Take out and let cool. Put it on the table and eat it.

–Sara Odell, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First hunt a turkey. Then bring the turkey to your house. Third fill the turkey with dressing. Fourth cook it for about an hour. Fifth lay the turkey in some stuffing. Finally put it on your dining room table ad dig in.

–John Martin, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

Well first you put the turkey in a pot for it to cook. When it’s done you take it and you have to clean it out. Then you can put soup or anything on it. Also, you need to add some salt to make it taste better. You need soup with your turkey too. You can also make turkey dressing.

–Conner Soileau, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you shoot the turkey. Second you preheat the oven. Third you add flavor flakes to the turkey. Fourth you put it in the oven for 5:30. Fifth you take it out. Sixth you put seasoning on the turkey. After putting seasoning on it then you need to add a tad of salt. Supplies: flavor flakes, oven mitts, seasoning, oven, pans and salt.

–Trevor Wilson, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

The first thing you need to do to make a turkey is shoot one. After you shoot one you get the meat out of it. Then you smoke it with powder and fry it. After it is fried you eat the turkey on Thanksgiving. Share the recipe with family or friends and cook it every Thanksgiving for the rest of your life. Have a great Thanksgiving!

–Faith Lane, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First buy a turkey or go hunting and kill one. If you followed option two, get it well cleaned. Add stuffing. Cook the turkey till it’s golden brown. Take the turkey out. Make cranberry sauce if wanted. Enjoy.

–Erin Odom, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First cut off the turkey’s head. Then pluck the feathers off. Stuff it. Cook it at 1,000,000 degrees. Then take it out. Then get the biggest knife you have. Finally cut it into slices. First one to eat it without cooling gets cranberry sauce.

–Kenneth Nichols, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

In cooking a turkey first you have to buy or kill a turkey. Then you cut open the turkey and make little holes. After that you fry it. Finally you eat it and you have just eaten a fried ice cream flavored turkey.

–George Turner, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

When you are going to cook a turkey you will need some sauce, hamburger meat and then stuff the hamburger meat inside then take some water and put it on it and cook it. It’s called a hamburger turkey.

–Arrington Mooney, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you will kill a turkey. Then you pluck off the feathers with an eyelash plucker. Next you say sorry to the turkey. Then if you want it to be a cake stuff carrot cake in it. Next you can stuff a stick of butter and popcorn. Then you put it in the microwave for 30 minutes. Last, you get it out of the oven and sit down at the table and enjoy.

–Hannah Lightfoot, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First get sugar, butter, vinegar, salt and dressing. Then spread the butter and the dressing on the turkey. Put it in the oven for 1,000,000 hours. It should be steaming hot by then. Then add the vinegar, sugar and salt. Then when you add all the spices enjoy a fresh baked turkey.

–Mund Batel, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First get out the turkey. Next heat the turkey on high. Then pull the turkey out and use oven mitts. Pour buttermilk on the turkey when it’s in a pan. Finally go eat it.

–Clay Leach, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you get out the turkey. Get out a bowl. Put pepper in the bowl. Next get out another bowl and put butter in it. Put it in the microwave. Get it out then pour pepper on it. Put it in the oven. Wait till the turkey gets done cooking. Get it out of the oven. Then get a knife out. Cut your turkey. Then put it on a plate. Finally eat your turkey.

–Emma Roberts, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you go to a place you think is good and buy a turkey. You take it home then make the stuffing. You can unfreeze the turkey by putting it in hot water. When it is ready you take it out and put the stuffing in it. Next you put it on a pan and put it in the oven. Let it cook for a couple of hours. Finally you take it out and have a great Thanksgiving feast.

–Adrienne Lunceford, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you kill the turkey. Next you put spices on it. Then you stuff your siblings in it. Finally you throw it away or eat it. Enjoy!

–Maggie Youngblood, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

The first thing you do is put dressing inside it. Then you put it on the grill and cook it. After you take it off, let it cool off. Then cut it up and put in on a plate. Before you eat it, you put more dressing on it so it can be juicy enough to eat it.

–Jack Jones, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you go to Wal-Mart and buy a frozen turkey. Then shove it in the microwave and set it on one hour. Be sure to check it every fifteen minutes. Once it is done, stuff it. Then serve it on a plate with cranberry sauce, mashed potatoes and corn.

–Cole Smith, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

First you go and kill a turkey. Then you take it home and marinate it. Then you cook the turkey and leave the feathers on the turkey. After it’s cooked you have to go set it on the table. Then everyone gets a feather to wear. But sometimes people say no. Then you eat them.

–Marleigh Green, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

This is how I would make the special turkey. First kill the turkey and get the feathers off. Then cook the turkey for 5 minutes. Put a special dressing on there. Put anything else on it that you want. Then I would fry the turkey.

–Madison Jordan, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

How to cook a turkey is to go and buy a turkey. Bring it home and put it in the oven. Take it out of the oven and enjoy!

–Kenneth Nichols, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

Skin the turkey. Put on spices. Put in stuffing. Put batter and butter on. Cook until it is golden brown. Take out of oven and put on more spices.

–Hasten Bridges, 4th grade, Morgan Academy

 

KNOX ELEMENTARY

This is how you cook the perfect turkey. Go to the store and buy the turkey. Buy your ingredients. Your bell peppers, jelly, onions, salt, pepper, and Lipton soup mix. You also need a turkey bag and aluminum pans. First wash your turkey. Second, stuff your turkey with your ingredients. Then cover the turkey with butter. Place your turkey in your turkey bag and put the turkey in the aluminum pan. Then cover your turkey with Lipton soup mix and salt and pepper. Then tie your bag up. Punch six little holes at the top of the turkey bag. Place the turkey in the oven. Cook the turkey at least 350 degrees. Remove turkey. Let it cool for one hour. Place back in aluminum pan. Pour one can of cream and chicken and cream of celery. Cover with aluminum foil. Then enjoy your well seasoned turkey.

–D’Andre Washington, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

In a large bowl combine batter, chicken, broth, apple, onions, celery, cranberry sauce and pantry seasonings. Place 3 tbs. stuffing mix on each turkey cutlet. Roll up and place in the crock-pot and slow cook. Cook for 8 hours or on high for 4 hours. Taste your turkey and enjoy your dinner.

–TyBaron Hunter, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To make a perfect turkey first go buy the turkey. Then take the turkey home and clean it. Wash everything off the turkey. Then stuff the turkey with stuffing. Season outside the turkey. Take it out of the pan and wash it out. Then put the turkey in the oven wrapped in foil. Then put a little water in the pan. Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Then put the turkey in the oven and let it cook for about 3 hours. Enjoy your perfect turkey. Happy Thanksgiving.

–TyTiena Walker, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

This is my idea of the perfect turkey. First buy the turkey. Then wash the turkey. Dry the turkey. Shove the turkey. Cook the turkey. Put it on 340 and there’s a perfect turkey.

–Charles Oliver, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

My idea of making a perfect turkey is first I will buy a turkey. Next I will wash my turkey for about 5 minutes. I will also season it. Then I will roast my turkey for about 2 hours. Finally I will eat it with my family. I hope everyone in Selma, Alabama has a great Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving!

–Karmollo Sullivan, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you have to clean it real good. Next season it with salt, black pepper, garlic onions and lemon pepper. Then stuff it with dressing. Onions, carrots, bell pepper and celery. Finally you will bake it in the oven and put it at 350 degrees. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Kendarious Albritton, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

Buy a big turkey. Wash the turkey. Put the turkey in a pan. Season the turkey real good. Put the turkey in the oven for 2 hours. Once it is done, let it cool for about 20 minutes before you eat it. Put the turkey on the table with other food. Enjoy the turkey. Enjoy your Thanksgiving!

–Jadarrius LeShore, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

My idea of a perfect Thanksgiving turkey is to clean the turkey then season it with seasoning salt. After that, stuff your turkey and get a large pan and put the oven on 350 degrees and cook your turkey for one hour and 10 minutes. Decorate your turkey with pineapples and let it cool then enjoy your turkey.

–KeiMysha Myles, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

First you wash your turkey and you stuff it with celery, bell peppers, and onions. Then you season it with season salt. Then you oil it with vegetable oil put in the carrots. Then put the cabbages and other vegetables in the bag. Put them in the turkey. Put it in the oven and put it on 350 degrees and you have a Thanksgiving meal. What a tasty turkey!

–Cornell Blevins, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

Get a turkey and wash it off. Then you put some lemon pepper on it. You put it in the oven set to 350 degrees. After it is done let it cool. Finally you can put it on a plate and put lettuce around it. And after you have put lettuce around it you can put some tomatoes on top of the lettuce and enjoy your perfect turkey.

–Da’Vine Bush, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To make the perfect turkey first you would have to go to the grocery store to pick the perfect turkey. Then, you go home to clean or rinse the turkey off really good. The next thing you have to do is put it on a long pan. You then stuff the turkey with stuffing and put whatever flavor you want on it. Next you set the oven on the right temperature and put your turkey in the oven. Let it cook about three hours until good and done. But make sure you keep an eye on your turkey so it will not burn up to a crisp. Taste your turkey to make sure it’s done and tender before you and your family eats it. And if it’s done then you say ‘mmm delicious.” The End.

—Kristen Cole, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

First buy a turkey from the store. Next I will season it with some lemon pepper and black pepper. Then I will put it in the oven for four hours at 350 degrees. I will season it with more pepper on my plate. I will put lettuce all around the turkey then I will put it on the table with the other dinner. The end.

–Jacobian Carter, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

Put the turkey in the oven. Let it cook for about 2 hours. Put it on a platter and take a picture of your perfect turkey. Share this delicious bird with all your friends and family.

–Joseph Davis, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

Go to the store and buy the turkey. Go home. Let the turkey thaw out. Wash the turkey and get all the stuff off. Spread butter on the breast of the turkey so it won’t get dried out. Put the turkey in the oven. Set the oven on 400 degrees and let the turkey cook for 2 hours. When the red thing pops out, the turkey is done. Garnish it with lettuce and tomatoes. Happy Thanksgiving!

–JaLandra McDole, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you first need the turkey. Next you season it with salt and pepper and a little bit of lemon pepper, garlic and onions. Then stuff it with dressing, carrots, celery and bell pepper. Finally you wrap and bake the turkey. That is how you make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Rondravious Albritton, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

You would need a 13 lb. (6 kg.) turkey, butter, olive oil, salt, and pepper. First preheat the oven to 400 degrees then rinse the turkey in cool water. Put butter on the outside of the turkey and it will brown the turkey while cooking. Then brush the turkey with a certain amount of olive oil, this will seal the turkey and keep it moist. Then finish it by seasoning it with a lot of slat and pepper. Then transfer the turkey on to a large grilling rack in a large pan. If the turkey came with any giblets place them around the pan. Then cover the turkey. Place the covered turkey in the oven for 1 hour and 30 minutes.

–JaKyra Norwood, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

First heat the oven to 325 degrees and place in a roasting pan with lids. Then in a bowl mix olive oil, garlic powder, dried basil, ground sage, salt and pepper. Then brush ingredients on the outside of the turkey. Then pour water into the bottom pan and cover. Let it cook for 3 and a half hours. Enjoy.

–MyKesha Woods, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook a turkey you have to wash the turkey and season the turkey. Then put onions and tomatoes in it. Some salt and pepper and let the turkey bake at 350 degreed for 3 hours. Take the turkey out and add more seasonings to the turkey.

–Marquail Alexander, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

Let the turkey thaw out. Wash it clean the inside of the turkey. Base the turkey with season. Cut up an onion and celery and put them inside the turkey. Then wrap it in aluminum foil. Pre heat oven at 350 degrees. Let the turkey cook for 3 to 4 hours or until tender. Happy Thanksgiving!

–Rashiem Williams, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

Preheat oven to 350 degrees. Wash and clean the turkey. Season the turkey well. Place the turkey in an aluminum pan. Place it in the oven and cook for 3 hours. Place the perfectly cooked turkey in a platter and enjoy! Happy Thanksgiving!

–Raven Thigpen, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

First clean the turkey and season it. Put it in the oven. Put the oven on 350 degrees. Bake it for three hours and then let it cool down. After it is done put red peppers on it and share it with your family because it is so good and spicy and you will have a perfect turkey.

–Eyan Martin, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

 

KNOX ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving Turkey you will have to follow the correct directions.First, buy a big turkey. Second, clean it. Third, get some salt and pepper. Fourth, put it in the pan. Fifth, put it in the oven. Sixth, when its done take it out. Seventh, get some dressing and cranberry sauce.

–Shamaya Kelly, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. First get a turkey. Second take out the guts. Third put it in the oven. Then take it out. Next add salt and pepper. Then cool it down

Finally call people over and have a meal of turkey. Happy Thanksgiving.

–Jeremiah Harrison, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving Turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. First you will need to go buy a turkey from Walmart and other store. Next you will need to let the turkey sit in the sink to let it unfreeze. Then you will have to put the turkey in a big pan and put season salt on the turkey. Last, put it in the oven for 2 hours and let it cool off.

–Rodkevia Vaughn, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct direction. First get the turkey. Second cut the guts out. Third spray the pan

Then put it in the oven and let it cook until it is done. Next put leaves around it. Finally season it. Last have a banquet with your family.

–Anthony Sullivan Jr., 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. First we get a turkey. Second, wash the turkey. Then, put the spices and oil on the turkey. Third, put the turkey in the oven. Fourth, cook it for a half and hour. Finally, let it cool off to eat when it’s done then you will have a perfect treat. Happy Thanksgiving.

–Arianna S.M. Hellijas, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. Buy my turkey from Walmart. Wash the turkey and put it in a pan. Put it in the oven and let cook. Put some season salt and pepper. Take it out of the oven. Now you have the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Justice Thomas, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. First, you will have to buy a turkey from super market. Second you will unfreeze the turkey to do it you some water on it. Finally put season on it. Then put it in the oven for 1 hour. Last you serve your Thanksgiving. Happy Thanksgiving.

–Erica Parker, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

Lets make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey! Step 1: go buy a juicy turkey. Step 2: take it home and wash it good. Step 3: Season the turkey with salt and pepper. Step 4: stuff the turkey with stuffing. Step 5: Let the turkey cook for 2 hours. Finally after turkey is cut up, eat all you want.

–Jaquarius Ford, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook a perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow correct direction. First you go to the supermarket. Next, you wash the turkey. Then, add spices and oil on the turkey. Second, heat hot oil on the turkey.

Third, put the turkey in the oven. Fourth, cook it for 30 minutes. Finally you pray 2 times then you sit at the table. When you sit at the table we eat the food. The end.

–Kaniyah Watts, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary 

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. First you get a turkey. Next, wash the turkey. Then cool it for 40 minutes. Finally you let it cool off and when it is done cooling off you eat it.

–Dameria Watts, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. First, go to the store and get a turkey. Second, let the turkey sit in the sink. Next, put seasoning on turkey. Then, put turkey in the oven. Finally take turkey out let it cool. And then began eating it. Enjoy.

–Sharlise Destiny Williams, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions.You will first, need to buy the turkey and take it home and let it unthaw. Then, when it unthaw, you wash it. Then, you scrape out the gut. You put salt and pepper on it. Then put it in the oven about 1 our. That will be you last thing to do the end. When everything is finished you will have the perfect turkey!

–Arthur Smith, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to follow the correct directions. First, get a turkey from the supermarket. Second, put the turkey in the sink and put water on it. Third, let it sit in the sink for 1 hour. Fourth, take the turkey out of the sink then put the turkey in the oven. Fifth, put the turkey on 1 hour and 40 minutes. Sixth, wait until it is finished cooking. Seventh, take it out of the oven and put it on the stove to cool. Finally, eat the turkey with the family. Happy Thanksgiving.

–Johnny Wattors, 3rd grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you have to clean it real good. Next, season it with salt, black pepper, garlic, onions and lemon pepper. Then, stuff it with dressing, onions, carrots, bell pepper, and celery. Finally you will bake it in the oven and put it on 350 degrees. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Ashanti McGhee, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you first clean the turkey. Next you season it with salt, paper and a but little of lemon papper, garlic, onions. Then stuff it with dressing, onions, carrots, bell papper, celery. Finally, you wrap and bake the turkey. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

Ashley D. Curry, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

First, you have to clean the turkey. Next, you season the perfect turkey and you also can put salt, pepper, garlic, and onions. Then I put stuff in my perfect turkey is dressing, carrot. Finally you put the turkey in the oven for 400 degrees longer. Then you have to rap it up and eat it for Thanksgiving that is how to cook a perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Montrell Alexander, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you first have to clean the turkey in season it. Next you will stuff it. Finally you will bake it. Then you will add onion, salt, in lemon pepper. Then you will cook the dressing in the stuff it in the turkey. Also you will put the turkey in the oven in set the time. Then when it get don you will wrap it in aluminum foil in let it cool off. Then you will take off the dressing. Finally you will eat all of it. That’s how you cook a Thanksgiving turkey.

–Marquavous Thomas, 4th grade, Knox Elementary 

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey first you clean the turkey. Next, you season with galic, onion, and lemon pepper. Then you stuff the turkey with dressing. Finally you preheat the oven and you put the turkey in the oven.

–Deon Wilson, 4th grade. Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you will have to do these things first. Clean the turkey. Next, you will season the turkey with salt, papper, garlic powder, onions, and lemon pepper. Then you will stuff it with dressing, onions, carrots, bell pepper and celery. Finally you will wrap your turkey with aluminum foil and put it in a pan. Before you put the turkey in the oven you will pre-heat the oven to 400 degrees. Then, you will put your turkey in the oven. Cook the turkey for 3 hours and take it out. That’s how you cook a perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Taurus Lartell Carter Junior, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow this recipe. First, you clean the turkey. Next, you season it with salt, pepper, garlic, onions and lemon pepper. Then, you stuff the turkey with dressing, onions, carrots, bell peppers and celery. Finally, you pre-heat the oven and bake your turkey. Now, you have a perfect Thanksgiving dinner!

–Kendarrious L. Watts, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you have to clean the turkey first.

Next, you have to season the turkey with salt, pepper, garlic, onions and lemon pepper. Then stuff the turkey with dressing, onions, carrots, bell pepper, celery and wrap it. Finally, you preheat the oven and put the turkey in the oven so the turkey can bake on 400 degrees and about 4 hours. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Aaliyah Carter, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey first you must clean the turkey. Next you need to add salt, pepper, garlic, season salt, lemon pepper and onions. Then, stuff dressing, onions, carrots, butter, bell pepper, celery. Then wrap your turkey in aluminum foil for 3 to 4 hours. That is the way to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey!

–Kenterrious Posey, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must first, clean the turkey. Next, season it with salt, pepper, garlic, onions and lemon pepper. Then put whatever you want in it like dressing, carrots, bell pepper and celery, just like designing it! Finally you put it in the oven and wait until your special Thanksgiving turkey cooks for 3 hours. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey!

–KeAira Nicole Watts, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

This is how to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, first the side season salt, pepper, garlics, and onions. Finally, bake the oven at 400 degrees for 3 to 4 hours. That is how to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Michael Lewis, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey follow these directions. First, you have to clean it. Next, season it with salt, pepper, garlic, onions and lemon pepper. Then stuff the turkey with dressing, onions, carrots, bell pepper and celery. Now you have to wrap the turkey. Finally, you bake it for 4 hours in the oven. That’s how you cook a Thanksgiving turkey.

–Shanavia Mack, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey follow these steps. First, you will clean the turkey. Next, you will season the turkey with onions, garlic, salt and lemon pepper. Then you will stuff it with dressing, onions, carrots, celery. Finally you will wrap and bake the turkey. You will bake it for hours at 400 degrees. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, Happy Thanksgiving.

–Jamarius Johnson, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you first have to clean the turkey. Next you have to season, salt it and put pepper on it. Then you have to stuff it with dressing, onions, bell pepper. Finally you have to put the turkey in the oven to bake. That’s how you bake the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Javante’ Stubbs, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey first you have to clean the turkey so all of the fat is off it. Next you have to season the turkey with salt, pepper, Lawry’s Season Salt and onions. Then you stuff the turkey with dressing, onions, celery, and wrap it up.Finally you bake the turkey. Then you check on it so it will not burn or dry out. That will be the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. Then everybody will start to eat the perfect Thanksgiving turkey! That is how you cook a perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Lanosha Suttles, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must clean it first. Next you season it with salt, pepper, garlic, onions, lemon and pepper. Then, dressing, onions, carrots, bell pepper, celery. Now wrap it up

Finally bake it in the oven. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Roderick Thomas, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey follow these steps. First you clean the turkey and make sure all the fat is off the turkey. Next you season the turkey with salt, black pepper, onions and garlic pepper. Then you have to stuff the turkey with bell pepper or dressing. Finally you must wrap the turkey in aluminum foil. Before you put it in the oven, preheat it first. Then it can go in the oven.That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Ashanti Vinikia Simmons, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you should first get all the internal organs out of the turkey. Next, you should clean the turkey. Then, stuff the turkey with lemon pepper. Finally, you should put pineapples on the turkey to give it some flavor. Put the turkey in the oven to bake. That is how to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey!

–Triniti Reasia Jones, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you first clean the turkey. Next you season the turkey with salt, pepper, and onions. Then you stuff the turkey with dressing, celery, onions, carrots and wrap it. Finally, you bake the turkey on 450 degrees. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Phadorian Horn, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps. You must always wash your hands. Fire it up. Remove giblets.

Rinse and place. Brush skin with olive oil. Insert thermometer. Start smoking and relax. Check for doneness. Happy Thanksgiving!! “smoked turkey”

–A’Triniti Johnson, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you must follow these steps for smoked turkey. Fire it up. Remove giblets. Rinse and place. Brush with olive oil. Insert themometer. Start smoking and relax. Check for doneness. Done. Thank you so much! Happy Thanksgiving TO ALL GOD BLESS YOU ALL.

–Bres’nay Hunter, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps. First buy a turkey. Second, wash you hands. Thirdly, put it in the oven. Next, wait for one hour. Then that is out of the oven. Also see hoe much pounds it is.

—Jaishaun Kelly, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you must all follow these steps. Fire it up. Remove the giblets. Rinse and dry the turkey. Brush the turkey with olive oil. Insert the thermometer. Start smoking up the grill and relax. Check for doneness. Happy Thanksgiving.

—Roderick Vaughn, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook a perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you must follow these steps. You have to thaw the turkey. You have to remove the giblets. Then you have to wash the turkey. You have to stuff the skin. You put the stuffing in side the turkey. You season the turkey. You turn on the temp. Put it in the oven and put the thermometer on the turkey. When its ready its time to eat it. Happy Thanksgiving.

—Emporia Daniels, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to make the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps. You have to thaw the turkey. You have to remove the giblets. Then you have to wash the turkey. You have to stuff the skin. You put the stuffing inside the turkey. You season the turkey. You turn on the temperature. Put it and the oven and put the thermometer and the turkey. When its ready its time to eat. Happy Thanksgiving from your friend Shirlante’ Woods.

—Shirlante’ Woods, 4th grade, knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps. Fire it up. Remove the giblets. Rince and place. Brush with olive oil. Insert thermometer. Start smoking and relax. Check for doneness. Have a nice Thanksgiving Everybody From Your Friend Ashalyn Watts.

—Ashalyn Watts, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving dinner you must follow these steps. Preheat the oven. Remove giblets. Rinse the turkey. Place in a roasting pan. Add seasonings. Insert thermometer. Cook your bird. Test your turkey for doneness.

—Artaviua Watts, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps. Heat the stove. Remove giblets. Rinse turkey. Place in roasting pan. Add Seasonings. Insert thermometer. Cook your bird. Tent your chiken. Test for doneniss.

—Ja’Derrickus Waller, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps. Preheat oven. Remove giblets. Rinse turkey. Place in roasting pan. Add Seasonings. Insert thermometer. Cook your bird. Tent your turkey. Test for doneness.

—DaBreona Bennett, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey. First, fire up. Secondly, remove the giblet. Thirdly, wash in place. Forthly, put season on your hand. Fifthly, rub in and out the turkey. Sixly, put the turkey in . Sevenly, put the pan in the oven. Eightly, put the stuffing in side the turkey. Ninely, check the pan. 10th, put it on the plate.

—Angel Moultrie, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, you must follow these steps. First fire it up. Second, remove the giblets. Thirdly, rinse in place also brush skin with olive oil. Next, start smoking and relax. Then check for doneness. Also, eat the turkey. Happy Thanksgiving.

La’Kayla Marsh, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps: Kill the turkey. Chop the head off, take out the heart and take out the giblets. Rinse the turkey inside and out. Brush with olive oil lightly. Put the thermometer in the turkey. Cook it on the grill. Take it off the grill and let it sit for 15 minutes for juicier meat. Now you have the perfect turkey for Thanksgiving.

—Genesis Barnett, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps: Clean out the turkey. Thaw the turkey. Preheat the oven. Remove the giblets. Place the turkey in the roasting pan. Add Seasoning. Insert the thermometer. Put pineapple and salt. Test for doneness and now it’s done it’s time to eat. Happy Thanksgiving.

—La’Kayla Marsh, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

In order to cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps: Fire it up. Remove the giblets. Rinse and place. Brush with olive oil. Insert thermometer. Start smoking and relax. Check for doneness. Happy Thanksgiving.

—Kyona Ford, 4th grade, Knox Elementary School

To cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey you must follow these steps. Clean the turkey. Makes sure you wash your hands before touching the turkey. Clean the gizzard. Next put the grill on 535 degrees and get the turkey baster. When you get it out of the oven, let it cool for 20 minutes, and well you have a good turkey to eat. And have a good Thanksgiving.

– ToRai Mezreen, 4th grade, Knox Elementary

The first step it to clean the turkey. Next, season the turkey and put the turkey on a pan then it in the oven. Next, set the oven on 350 degrees. After that let the turkey bake for 30-45 minutes and check up on it ever so often. Then wait til the turkey get golden brown. Finally, you can take the turkey out the oven and enjoy the turkey. Happy Thanksgiving.

–Miracle McNeil, 5th grade, Knox Elementary

First you wash off the turkey and peel the fat off. Next you get all the seasons like season salt and creo season. Next you get a huge pan and put water in it. Next you put the turkey in the pan with the water. Then you set the oven to 450 degrees. Finally you close the oven and check on the turkey every 20 minutes until its golden brown. Cut in to see if all the meat is done. Then you and your family enjoy.

–Jalissa Dasher, 5th grade, Knox Elementary

The first step to cooking the perfect Thanksgiving turkey is you wash the turkey very good. The next step is seasoning the turkey the way you want it. Then the next step is you put it in the oven. You keep the turkey in the oven for a while and when you look at the turkey after it has been in the oven for so long you need to determine is is ready or not. If it is done how you want it you take it out of the oven and sit it down where you want it. Then you eat your own homemade PERFECT THANKSGIVING TURKEY!

–Jasmine Crum, 5th grade, Knox Elementary

First you wash your turkey. After you wash your turkey you stuff it I think. Stuff till you cant fit any more in the turkey. Oh and when you wash the turkey don’t use any soap or your turkey will taste all soapy. Soon after you stuff your turkey was your hands and begin to season it. You should try the best seasoning for your turkey. Also remember not to much on it wont taste right and not to much or it will be tasteless. After you have seasoned your turkey put it in the oven for a while and start on the other food you plan to make on Thanksgiving. Also remember not to long it will be burnt and not to short it will be raw. Do these simple steps and you’ll have a perfect Thanksgiving turkey.

–Cameryn N. Morales, 5th grade, Knox Elementary

First take the turkey out of the pack. Then you wash it, also you seasoned it. Next you pop it in the oven. Put the oven on 350 degrees. Then you take it out when its done. Finally, you get to decorate it. That is how you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey, Happy Thanksgiving!

–Chantavia Arliyah Coleman, 5th grade, Knox Elementary

 

EDGEWOOD ELEMENTARY

For the perfect deep fried turkey, take a 10-12 pound turkey and remove all items from turkey. Rinse turkey with cold water. Loosen skin from breast but do not detach it. Carefully rub your favorite spices and seasoning under skin. Let it sit for 30 minutes before frying. Carefully place turkey in heating peanut oil at 375 degrees over medium to low flame. Cook for 45 minutes. Slowly remove from fryer and cool slightly before slicing.

—Jerilyn Davis, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

My mom says to cook the perfect turkey, butter turkey all over, then cut up celebry, one large onion, one large bell peper, one medium apple, (give flavor, lemon peper seasoning, one can of cream of chicken, bake 325, until tender and then take it out and let it cool, at least 1 hour, then slice the turkey, and it will be ready.

— Raven Dallas, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

Go buy the turkey at Winn Dixie and thaw it in the refrigerator. Take when it thaws and put it in the pan with season and put it in the over. Put it on 10 to 15 minutes per pound. And that is how to cook the perfect turkey.

—Joy Cook, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

First you buy the turkey then you unwrap the turkey. After you unwrap the turkey you need to wash it off. You must turn your over on and set it for 450. Next you put your season on your turkey and wrap with foil. Finlly you put your turkey in the overn.

— Je’Shya Collier, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

You by a turkey. Then you wash it and cook it. Put it on your plate and start eating.

— Jordan Bolden, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

First you buy it then you unwrap it. Then you put some onions inside of it then you seazen it. Then you put it in the oven to bank.

— Daniel McReynolds, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

The way you to cook the perfect turkey is first you defrost the turkey and add seasonings. Then you preheat your oven to 325 degrees. You also need to remove the neckbone and pack giblets from the inside of the turkey. Rinse inside and outside of the turkey with cool water. Place the turkey on the rack in a heavy roster pan. Coat the skin of the turkey with melted butter or canola oil. Cover the turkey with a loose foil and place the turkey in the oven. Cook the turkey until the turkey is done.

— Jayden Reeves, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

This is how to cook a Thanksgiving turkey. You need spice and pineapple rings on it. Then take the guts out of the turkey and clean it. Then slap the turkey. Then rap tinfoyol under it. Then put it in the oven for 16 hour and your turkey is done.

Fredrick Hodges, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

Frist wash the turkey, then you season it. Put the turkey in a oven bag then place it in a roaster. Set the timer and cook at 350 until done.

— Willie Hunter, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

How I would cook my Thanksgiving turkey. First I would buy it from the store and take it home and wash it. Then I would put my season on it then I would make my cornbread stuffin in my turkey. Then I would wrap the turkey and put it in the oven to bake. Then we take the turkey out and we sit down and say our grace and we sit down and have Thanksgiving dinner.

— Tyrel Jaquane Perry, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

I would buy the turkey then I would clean it and put some season on it and put it on the grill and cook it and call family to come over and I would cook some green beans and then the turkey will be ready. I will get the tables ready then put the turkey in the middle of the table and give the good graise.

— Terrion Jemison, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

How you cook the perfect Thanksgiving turkey is first take it out of the pack and then take the gibble out of it. Season it and then put celery and onions. Set the oven temperature for 375 degrees. Put the turkey in a pan and then put the turkey in the oven for 3 to 5 hours. Take the turkey out of the oven. Time to eat! Happy Thanksgiving.

— Jada Jaleah Powell, 3rd grade, Edgewood Elementary

 

BRANTLEY ELEMENTARY SCHOOL

First you take out the turkey. Then you put it in a roasting pan. Next you put some seasoning on it. Then you want to baste it with melted butter. Then you cover it with tin foil. Next you would bake it in the oven. When it is done, let it cool down. When warm, take a plate and chow down.

–Thomas Locke, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

Things you need: turkey, pan, butter, garlic cloves, water, turkey baster, herbs. Wash and removed the giblets. Heat the over to 450 degrees. Rub the turkey with butter and herb. Put garlic cloves inside the turkey water. Put the turkey in the over. Baste the turkey. Bake until golden brown.

–Darron Hatcher, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

Thaw turkey in cold water approximately 30 minutes per pound (change water every ½ hour). Thawed turkey may remain in refrigerator 1 to 2 days. The secret of cooking a Bates Turkey is slow cooking and basting the turkey with its own natural juices. For the best results follow these easy steps: Preheat oven to correct temperature. Remove neck from body cavity. Rinse and dry your turkey. Rub salt on turkey and into cavities. Place in a shallow pan (add 1 to 2 cups water to keep turkey from sticking to pan). Bake, uncovered, for 1 hour. Allow turkey to begin browning. Cover turkey with aluminum foil, making a loose tent. Do not seal. Roasting turkey, cook until temperatures reaches 170 degrees in the breast and 180 degrees in the thigh. Cooking times are for planning purposes only. Always use a meat thermometer to determine doneness. Baste as often as possible. Allow turkey to set for at least 15 to 90 minutes before carving.

–Marquis Taylor, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First you get a turkey. You do not want an alive turkey! You have to kill it. Then pluck it. Next you have to stuff with bell peppers, onions, celery. Then you put it in the overn. You put it in on for 3 hours. Go to Rickey’s turkey shop.

–Rickey Brown, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First you kill it. Then you clean it. Next put it in the oven for 5 minutes. After that take it out and you put salt and pepper and dressing and finally you made a turkey to eat. The end.

–Ladarius, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

Dear Thanksgiving, to make a turkey first buy you some boxes of turkey then take out all of the stuff. Don’t eat. Then stuff it with chicken then seasoning. Then get your fryer. Set it on 450 degrees and boil it for an hour. Then get your dressing out for the turkey for when the turkey is done. Then call your family to have a Thanksgiving dinner to eat.

–Cameron Cobb, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

I think I would cook a turkey when it is skinned with no feathers on it’s skin, and I would like it well done and in stead of it not done. And I would not would have blood in the turkey because you probably would die because your turkey is raw and it has blood in it. So I rather be alive because I rather be alive and live with my family and friends and I think when I would cook a turkey it would be cooked right. It would be set to 300 degrees to be ripe.

–Cierra Green, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary 

Hello this is how you make a turkey. First you get a turkey from the store or take one you killed last spring. Then you let the oven pre heat. While you’re waiting you should put salt and pepper on it and any kind of seasoning you want. Then you put it in the oven, and set the oven for about 400 degrees for about one to two hours. While you’re waiting you should set the table. Finally you take the turkey out of the oven, and that’s your turkey for Thanksgiving.

–Brody Eiland, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First thing you got to do to make a Thanksgiving turkey is you got to find the turkey. Then you go kill the turkey and then you got to skin the turkey and then you got to season it and then you got to bake it for 30 minutes or more. Then you got to put some pepper and you got you a turkey and just to prove it call me.

–Mathew Pruitt, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First you have to get a turkey. Cut the turkey up and wash the turkey off and put it in a pan. Put it in the oven and put in on 149 minutes. Then wait to it to get done and put the dressing in the pan and you can eat it and you have some more food with it and you can have a good day with your turkey. Happy Thanksgiving have a good day with your turkey.

–Shamerika, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First you clean the turkey. Then you take the stuff out of it. Net you put it on the pan. After you put it on the pan you put it in the oven. Finally you put it on the table. Now you have your Thanksgiving dinner. Thank you for listening.

-–Makhila Turner, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First you have to clean it. The next thing is to get the stuff out and put the turkey in the oven. Then you put the turkey out. Finally you can eat it. It will be good. Then when you cook a turkey for Thanksgiving you can cook it a new way to cook it. My Grandad cook the best turkey. It’s every every good. Some turkey is different. I love Thanksgiving turkeys.

–Kamyah Janea Brown, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First kill the turkey then clean it. Finally cook it for 2 or 3 hours and stuff it with dressing.

–Jacoby Carter, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First we clean it then we cook it and finally and going to bake 20 hours and it will smell good. Then the feathers will just take an hour to cook. Its going to smell so delciiosu and finally you take the stuff out then put the turkey and the oven and then it will be so delicious and it going to smell good.

–Sha’Dimon Tarrance, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

I like when you buy pie and cook it in turkey and we will celebrate. I will be going to my granddaddy house and go to see my granmom and have a good turkey day.

–Tyrese Vower, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First kill the turkey, then get all of the feather off it. Next split it open, after than you clean it and get the insides out. Then you cut his legs and head off. After than put him in the oven and let him bake. Last friend and it eat and have fun eating. Hope you like it and Happy Thanksgiving to the world.

–Kachavious Terioun Carter, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

First you need a turkey. Then you need two 5-gallon tubs of peanut oil. Then you inject the turkey with Cajun seasoning. Then you deep-fry for about 45 minutes. Slice and enjoy.

–Sebastian Perry Wolfe, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

By cooking things you liked for Thanksgiving or by watching your grandmother cook a turkey for thanksgiving and cooked the perfect. You want to make the bacon, you can cook cornbread, beans and greens. You made want to cook some more things that your favorite food you liked the most. You might need to buy stuff you like the very very very best or tell you mom.

–Timerika Towns, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

Step 1: Get a fresh turkey then get salt, pepper, melted butter or olive oil. Step 2: Season the turkey with the ingredients and set the oven on 450. Step 3: Put your own type of stuffing in it. Step 4: serve everyone with turkey.

-–Khylar Bishop, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

I know how to cook a turkey. My first step is to put it in the oven. Get it out zero degrees. Then you have to put some salt in it.

–Jaquarious Howard, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

Turn oven on 350 degrees. Wash the turkey real good. Put butter and seasoning on the turkey. Get a turkey bag and put a spoon of flower in the bag and shake it around. Then you put the turkey in the bag. Set it in a roasting pan and set in the oven and let it cook for 4 to 5 hours. Keep checking with a thermometer to make sure it is done.

–Carretta Yelder, 3rd grade, Brantley Elementary

 

MEADOWVIEW CHRISTIAN SCHOOL

First you buy your turkey and then you take it home. You stuff it and cook at 350 degrees for an hour and a half. Then wait and talk about Thanksgiving. Then take out the turkey and wait for it to cool down. Then eat it and have fun on Thanksgiving.

–Grey Jones, 3rd grade, Meadowview Christian School

First you will buy the turkey. Then you will wash it and dry it off. Next, put salt and pepper on your turkey. Put it in the oven and bake it at 350 degrees for an hour.

Then when it’s finished cooking , you will cut it up and you will eat it.

–Christopher Ezelle, 3rd grade, Meadowview Christian School

To cook the Thanksgiving turkey, you first buy the turkey. You pat the turkey until it is soft. Put it in the oven for 2 minutes. Set it for 350 degrees. You take it out. Then you eat. It is delicious. The end.

–Trent Mims, 3rd grade, Meadowview Christian School

First you go hunting, skin turkey, take meat and freeze the meat for 10 hours.Defrost the turkey, put turkey in oven for 30 minutes at 300 degrees. Next, make stuffing, stuff turkey, put turkey on plate and eat. Enjoy yourself.

–Trinton Sheffield, 3rd grade, Meadowview Christian School

 

Byrd Elementary School

 

First wash the turkey. Then rub down with butter inside and outside. Then season salt, Aeccent, Grlted powerd, black pepper. Then put in the over for 321 degrees F. Slow cook for 3 hours and 5 hours til golden brown.

— Corey Smith, 4th Grade, Byrd Elementary School

Season the turkey. Put one and a half cup of salt on the turkey. Put black pepper on the turkey. Let the oven get hot. Put the turkey in the oven. Put the oven on 124 degrees. Take the turkey out of the oven.

— Jerome L Baker, 4th grade Byrd Elementary School

First you add some butter. Then you add a cup of Salt. Then you set it in the oven. Next get it on 12:00. Then get the frozen turkey. Next get some season. Then sit it in the oven wait to it get warm. Last take it out.

— Deunishia Crenshaw, 4th Grade Byrd Elementary School

First you take the turkey out the bag. Then you have to wash the turkey. And you injet the turkey. After that you put it in the oven for 354 degress. And then take the turkey out of the oven.

— Kayla Merriweather, 4th grade Byrd Elementary School

Season the turkey with black peper. Put the turkey in the oven for about 45 mins or 50 mins. Then take the turkey out and and put it on a plate. Put the gravy on the turkey. Chop the turkey in medium size pieces. And serve it to your family.

— Aubrianna Starks, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

You can make a turkey by injesting it. Then you can chop it up. You can season the turkey. You put onion on the turkey. Then you put it in the oven. At last you take the turkey out of the oven then it will be done.

— Kamijhal Benjamin, 4th grade Byrd Elementary School

You can make a turkey by injesting it. Then you season the turkey. You can put onion on the turkey. Then put it in the oven. Then take it out the oven. Then the turkey will be done.

— Sierra Blanks, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School 

Clean out the inside of the turkey. Season the turkey with lemen pepper. Put the turkey in the oven. Let the turkey cook. Pour the juice on the turkey. Set the timer for ten hours. Take the turkey out the oven. Put the turkey on the table. Cut the turkey. Then I pass the turkey out.

— Terry Wanye Harris Jr., 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

First step: you have to wash the turkey. Second step: You put the stuffing inside the turkey. Third step: rub the turkey with olive oil. Forth step: put the stuffing in the turkey. Fifth step: Carefully put the turkey in the pan. Sixth step: Now put the turkey in the oven and put it on 150 degrees. Change it overnight to 120 degrees.

— Za’mya Sanders, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

First you clean the turkey. Put some onions. And put some water and put it in the pan. Let it cook. Let it cool down. Cut it.

— Darian Brown, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School 

The greatest Thanksgiving turkey should weigh a zillion pounds. It is made with sauce, ketchup and lots of love. The turkey is cooked at a million degrees with seasoning salt. It is served with barbeque and broccoli and cut into a thousand pieces.

— Curtis Maton, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

1 cup florw. Then sonon the turty. You cook the turty of 7 min. Pur milk on it. Sug the turty.

— Danny Jackson, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

First step: clean the turkey and just the turkey. And put pepper on it. Chopp up onion. Cook it. Check it by 8:00 p.m. Then it will be brown.

— Myron Watts Jr., 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

Take the turkey out of the freezer and clean the turkey. Put the turkey in the water while the turkey you massage it. Take the gizerd out of the turkey and put the stuffing in the turkey. Put season salt and black pepper on the turkey. You can put onions around/on the turkey. You can put cranberry sauce on the turkey. Then put the turkey on the oven. When the red timer comes out the turkey the turkey is done. Have a great Thanksgiving.

— Ahrmonie Keshiyah Surles, 4th grade, Bryd Elementary School

First go to the stor and get a turkey. Then put it in the sink to thaw. When it has thawed Ill put delishus spices on it and a pinch of salt, pper and a smigin of vineger. Ill pop it in the oven for 5 min 25 sec and enjoy!!

— Eric Draven Baker, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

Wash the turkey. Season the turkey. Put black pepper on turkey. Put turkey in oven. Put the turkey in oven for 45 min or 50 min. Take turkey out and serve to family.

— Antonio Hardy, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

Take the bag off the turkey and wash the turkey. Pre-heat the oven 350 degrees. Place turkey in the pan. Season the turkey with soft butter, salt and pepper and place them inside around the turkey. Place an apple in the top chest of the turkey to soak up the grease. Cover it with aluminum foil. Place it in the oven for 3 to 3 and a half hours depending upon the weight on the turkey. Take the turkey out of the oven. Take the apple out of the chest and stuff the turkey with dressing. Then place it back into the oven uncovered. Cook for another 40 to 45 minutes at 400 degrees. Take it out of the oven and let it cool for 15 minutes before eating a delicious Thanksgiving turkey.

— Leah Reeves, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

First: you clean the turkey. Next: You need to get a bottle that you cook a turkey in. And next: You season the turkey and put some water in the turkey bottle and put the turkey in the turkey bottle. And next: put the turkey bottle on the stove. Let the turkey cook for 30 minutes. Next get a turkey pan and put the turkey in the turkey pan and put it in the oven. And let it cook for 45 minutes

— Ja’Nasha Jones, 4th grade, Byrd Elementary School

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