Turkey

How long to cook Turkey

Corn Dogs

Corn Dogs

Corn dogs are a staple of state fairs. If you don't eat beef hot dogs, the corn dogs can be made from pork, chicken, and turkey hot dogs.

Hamburgers on the Grill

Hamburgers on the Grill

Hamburgers are a staple of any backyard barbecue. They're quick and simple to grill. And if you don't eat beef, you can make hamburgers using ground turkey or chicken.

Hamburgers, Pan Fried

Hamburgers, Pan Fried

Too cold outside to fire up the grill and make a hamburger? Why not pan fry some on the stove? And if you don't eat beef, you can make hamburgers using ground turkey or chicken.

Hot Dogs on the Grill

Hot Dogs on the Grill

Hot dogs are a staple of any backyard barbecue. They're quick and simple to grill. And if you don't eat beef, hot dogs are also available in pork, chicken, and turkey.

Hot Dogs, Boiled

Hot Dogs, Boiled

Boiling is a quick way to make soft and juicy hot dogs. And if you don't eat beef, hot dogs are also available in pork, chicken, and turkey.

Hot Dogs, Pan Fried

Hot Dogs, Pan Fried

Can't get outside to grill but you're dying for a hot dog? Why not pan fry some? And if you don't eat beef, hot dogs are also available in pork, chicken, and turkey.

Kielbasa on the Grill

Kielbasa on the Grill

Kielbasa is a nice alternative to traditional sausage. Add this Polish food to the menu for your next barbecue!

Meatballs

Meatballs

Decide at the last minute to make some pasta for dinner? Are you craving some meatballs to go with it, but don't think you have time to make them? You've got time! And these can be made with ground beef or turkey.

Turkey

Turkey

Do you dread having to cook the Thanksgiving bird? Cooking a turkey to perfection is an art. Use our easy cooking guide to take the stress out of the holidays!

Turkey Burgers on the Grill
  • Time: 8-9 minutes
  • Origin: Turkey

Turkey Burgers on the Grill

Grilling turkey burgers can be tricky. Keep your burgers from drying out by following our cooking guide.

Turkey on the Grill

Turkey on the Grill

Roasting is the most traditional method for cooking turkey. But did you know that a whole turkey can be cooked on the grill? Why not try making grilled turkey for your next Thanksgiving meal? And using the grill will free up your oven for all of those side dishes!

Turkey Tenderloin on the Grill
  • Time: 10-12 minutes
  • Origin: Turkey

Turkey Tenderloin on the Grill

Turkey tenderloin is tasty and easy to prepare. Try cooking these on the grill. You can even wrap them in bacon to make them even more flavorful!

Turkey, Fried

Turkey, Fried

Roasting is the most traditional method for cooking turkey. But did you know that a whole turkey can be deep-fried? Deep frying turkeys became extremely popular a few years ago. The turkey cooks much faster and frying seals in the natural juices of the turkey. Why not try deep frying turkey for your next Thanksgiving meal? And using the deep fryer will free up your oven for all of those side dishes!