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by Kim Danger (a Womensforum Savings Expert and Network Partner)

Penny-pincher, frugal mom, budget conscious, coupon-clipper, sales queen... whatever you want to call the gift of extreme saving, Kimberly Danger has mastered them all! Find peace in saving a buck at Mommysavers.

Abby Terlecki
Kickin' Kentucky Derby Cocktails

The Kentucky Derby is pretty synonymous with Mint Juleps, but those are far from the only tasty choices to sip on while watching the ponies. Check out these excellent options and good luck to your favorite horses!

Great Kentucky Derby Drink Recipes

Spicy Blood Mary

This is an awesome morning-of-the-race drink or a just plain race-time drink.

  • 1 cup Vodka
  • 4-6 drops of Hot Sauce (depending on what you can handle)
  • 1/2 cup of Lemon Juice 
  • 1 teaspoon Celery Salt
  • 1 teaspoon Celery Seeds (this is optional)


Mix all together in a large, covered pitcher for 24 hours. When garnishing, add green onion, olives, celery sticks or asparagus spears."

Kentucky Whiskey Smash

  • 2 shots of Bourbon (note, a shot is counted as a "one-thousand one, one thousand two" as you pour, if you don't have the measurement fixture).
  • 3/4 cup of Lemon Juice
  • 4 Mint Leaves
  • 1 shot of Simple Syrup
  • Mint Sprig and/or Lemon Wheel (for garnish)


Mix everything but the Bourbon (and garnish) in a glass. Then add the Maker's Mark Bourbon and shake all with ice. Pour over ice-filled rock glasses. Add the lemon wheel and/or sprig of mint for garnish.

Abby Terlecki
Celebrate Cinco de Mayo With New Kitchen Tools

Mexican food is one of the most beloved cuisines in America and around the world! And Cinco de Mayo is the perfect day to treat yourself to a meal at your favorite Mexican restaurant - or perhaps a new kitchen tool to make them yourself. Now instead of schlepping to the nearest Mexican restaurant or ordering take-out, save some money and time with these three cool, and helpful, food tools. 

Mexican Hot Chocolate Set

It doesn’t need to be cold outside to enjoy some yummy Mexican hot chocolate. Beloved for it’s smooth chocolate taste with a kick of spice, making Mexican hot chocolate can make even the warmest of days better. For those looking to create the real thing, check out this set. It includes Instagram-worthy printed chocolate squares with a traditional wood molinillo to make that yummy froth.


Empanada Fork

Create a flawless empanada in seconds! Empanadas are known for their versatility - who doesn’t want an empanada for breakfast and dessert. Plus they are super easy to put together - that is until you need to seal them. Opt for this stainless steel “fork” that will make empanadas easier to make - and eat. Yum!



Churro Maker

Like flan and sopapillas, churros are a Mexican delicacy that is beloved by Americans. Now you no longer have to go to the nearest Mexican restaurant to get your hands covered in that cinnamon deliciousness. Learn how to make these delicious fried dough pastries with this fun kit! To get a more authentic Mexican experience, drizzle some dulce de leche and sprinkle a ton of cinnamon sugar on top. 


Abby Terlecki
6 Great First Pets For Kids

Parents may worry about the inevitable day of when their child asks if they can get a pet. Though the thought of an animal sharing your home may seem daunting, owning a pet is actually an excellent opportunity for your kids to build a strong connection with a living thing while learning valuable lessons about responsibility. Plus, you can start small and build your way up! 

Jumping right into pet ownership with a dog or cat may be a little too much. Between walks, clean up, and house training, larger pets can feel like caretaker overload, especially for young kids in their first pet experience. Consider a lower maintenance critter if you're thinking about making a new addition to the family for the first time. You'll be amazed at how these little creatures can teach big lessons! 


200 million years of evolution have molded the turtle into being both green and cute, a feat rarely repeated in the animal kingdom. These adorable amphibians require only 4-5 feedings a week of store-bought turtle food, with the occasional cricket or meal worm for an extra dash of protein. 

Maintaining a fun and clean environment for your turtle is most essential to keep it living a happy life. Their tanks only require cleaning every few weeks with regular monitoring of water levels and temperatures. 


These little fuzzballs offer a more interactive pet option, since they'll want to get out of the cage occasionally to do some scurrying around. Hamsters are relatively easy to care for. Your child will need to make sure that beside providing basics like food and water, they'll regularly need to clean out the hamster’s cage and bedding.


These cold-blooded creatures definitely have a certain charm to them and can be a great first pet for kids. They'll learn about the diet and lifestyle of reptiles while being the owner of the coolest looking pet on the block.

Understanding how to maintain a proper habitat and feeding them the right food is essential to taking care of these lizards. Iguanas are herbivores, meaning they mostly eat plants, so it’ll be up to your child to make sure their pet gets plenty of fresh leafy greens and fruits .


Hear us out on this one. Tarantulas are quiet, clean, take up very little space and can live for up to 25 years! They're not the most cuddly critters on this list, but statistically speaking they're far less dangerous than cats or dogs. They rarely bite unless seriously threatened and their venom is less harmful then that of a bee or wasp.

Like the iguana, this is one of the more unique pets your child could have. Talk about show and tell gold! There are over 800 species of tarantulas out there, so you're kids will need to know the specifics about their tarantula breed regarding habitat and diet.

Guinea Pig

These small mammals have been pet favorites for 400 years. They're calm and docile while still being playful and fun. They'll even greet their favorite people with a chirp when they walk in the room.

They require a warm environment with daily feedings of fruits and veggies. Keeping their cage clean and giving them regular baths are essential for Guinea Pig health and happiness.


For the true first-time pet owners, it's hard to go wrong with a fish. They don't require any special attention and there's pretty much no chance of an escape. Just regular feedings and clean water is enough to keep these guys happy. 

Fish are a great option if you want to get your kid used to daily care of an animal while teaching them the importance of personal responsibility. 

Laurie Tam
Why Mother's Day Is Celebrated

From gifts like flowers and cards to the simple kiss on the cheek, there are many traditional ways to show appreciation for moms. But how did this tradition first start? What is the purpose? Dating back almost 150 years ago, Mother's Day is a tradition that started in the United States and spread to other countries.

The Many Purposes Of Mother's Day

The need for to appreciate moms was suggested by Julia Ward Howe in 1872. She promoted the "Mothers Day for Peace" in June 1872 to celebrate women, motherhood and peace.

A few decades later, Anna Jarvis continued the idea and pushed to make it an official celebration. She began Mother's Day festivities when she advocated for a day that was called "Mother's Work Day." In 1914, Woodrow Wilson made Mother's Day an official holiday.

May has been the official month for Mother's Day, held on the second Sunday of the month. 

Despite the fact that it all got started in the United States, moms are given love everywhere with international versions of Mother's Day. Families typically love to surprise a mom with breakfast in bed or dinner with the family. Schools even recognize the tradition, helping kids put together cards, drawings and crafts in school to recognize all that moms do. 

Being a mom is a hard job, especially if she also works outside of the house. Not many moms have the option to get to stay at home and take care of their kids. For the types of mom who work long and hard through the day, they often pine for quality time with the family. So a day celebrating them and all their effort is definitely needed and appreciated.

Abby Terlecki
7 Apps For Savvy Shopping

Some days the push of the crowds and the nose dives to the sale racks seem a little on the overwhelming side. We're here to help you avoid crazy shopping days with these savvy shopping apps that will help you gauge sale prices and compare the dollar amount across your local retailers.

1. RedLaser

Smart shopping is made easy with RedLaser's QR code reader and bar code scanner that finds the best deals from thousands of local and online retailers. Even more impressive is their loyalty card feature in which you're able to back up your loyalty card onto your RedLaser account. This allows you to leave your house card free, just don't forget the kids! (Available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone)

2. Shopsavvy

Why waste your time constantly checking your favorite retailers and local stores for upcoming back to school sales and coupons when you can have an app for that? Shopsavvy alerts the family of new prices and sales items and will even send you new coupons when they are available. (Available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone)

3. ScanLife

ScanLife allows you to compare prices from a variety of retailers, and depending on proximity, even allows you to purchase directly from your phone. This is great for busy-body families that need a simple and stress-free shopping experience or even for big families that don't have time to shop in-stores. The app is perfect for comparing prices as well as reviews, letting you see what others have to say about that product you've been on the fence about. (Available on iOS, Android)

4. ShopAdvisor

ShopAdvisor takes price comparing to a whole new level by not just finding the best deals but also tracking the product through its market high's and low's, notifying the family when the product reaches your desired price. This is especially great for monitoring that one backpack that your kid just "can't live without." (Available on iOS, Android)

5. Cash4books

Cash4books is a one-of-a-kind find for college students or any readers in your family ready to break free and find their books a new owner. Students are able to shed some weight off of their desks and find the best buy back prices for their used textbooks, receiving fast cash in return! (Available on iOS, Android)


6. Amazon Shopping

The Amazon app allows families to scan or even post a picture of in-store products to compare prices and check for availability! Fun feature: if your family has an Apple watch user, you can now create a shopping cart on your watch, check for products with voice command, and purchase with just 1-click all with the Amazon app! Got to love technology... (Available on iOS, Android, Windows Phone)


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Passover Macaroons Recipe

The perfect yeast free dessert for Passover.

One of the great holidays on the Hebrew calendar, Passover commemorates the emigration of Jews from slavery in Egypt. Because their exodus was frantic and their departure was so hasty, they could not take the time to let their breads rise before baking. To remember this historic detail and to honor the sacrifice of their ancestors, Jews do not eat leavened bread or anything with yeast for that matter during the eight-day passover holiday. 

Abby Terlecki
Gardening For Your Inner Goth: The Spookiest Plants Mother Nature Has To Offer

Everyone wants a bright and bubbly garden in the Spring and summertime,  but when autumn rolls around, it can be fun to give the space a darker feel. A Gothic upgrade for your garden in the fall opens up new creative possibilities with a ton of dark and spooky options. Don’t think because they're a darker colore that they aren't pretty. These plants add gorgeous drama to any garden! 

Queen of the Night tulips

Instead of the classic bright yellow and pink tulips, give your garden an eerie Gothic look with these almost-black tulips. 

Black Mondo Grass


Sure green grass looks lush but this black, dark and spiky foliage is the perfect way to round out a spooky garden. 

Aeonium Zwartkop


These winter-blooming succulents feature blackish leaves and a green center. Their size, shape and texture makes them great focal points for the garden.

Black bamboo

This type of bamboo  starts out with green stems that slowly turn black as it matures, often growing to heights up to 15 feet. 

Purple basil

Add a twist to your normal Italian basil and try out its purple variety. It has a clove-like taste with an intense purple color. 

Black Velvet petunias


They are so dark purple they look like black velvet! These sweet smelling petunias last throughout the fall season and are perfectly eerie! 

Black hollyhock


These babies can grow up to six feet tall and have almost-black blooms that look eerie-chic! 

Black pansies


Pansies are always the go-to flower because they last long and are super easy to maintain. These black pansies would look stellar in a bed of brightly colored neighbors. 

Nickey Jennings
How To Throw the Best Pizza Party

February 9th is National Pizza day, but who needs a special occasion to throw a pizza party? When it comes to entertaining your children on a day off from school, or any other time for that matter, there are two things parents can count on: kids find pizza irresistible, and they love to party.

So why not give them the best of both worlds by arranging a fun-filled pizza party?

Pizza Makes Everything More Fun

Sometimes arts and craft projects, watching TV and playing video games just doesn’t cut the mustard, so when you find yourself struggling to find something to do with the children, drag them into the kitchen. 

It's the perfect idea to fill those days off that pop-up on the school calendar from time to time. Maybe you need to reward good behavior or a good report card, whatever the reason, a pizza part can be the perfect treat. The point is you don’t need a holiday or special event in particular to give your kids a pizza party.

This one-size-fits-any-age activity can also fit any size, so invite all the kids to come over.

Aside from the ability to customize great-tasting pizza is the fact that you can monitor pizza ingredients and toppings to keep a watchful eye on your child's health and nutrition.  This is a benefit if you want to make sure their kids are eating healthily, since you can ensure the toppings and pizza dough ingredients are fresh, nutritious and free of preservatives or other additives found in pizzas prepared at fast food restaurants. On the other hand parent’s can enjoy how economically feasible it is to have a pizza party at home instead of a party at restaurant.  Even thought some pizza restaurants may offer video games and other activities there is always a fee to play the games and the number of guest invited determines the overall cost.  This can really add up if your kids invite friends from school.

Make It A Buffet!

A great idea to give the kids' pizza party a little pizzazz is to make it a buffet pizza party.  You can’t find that a pizza parlor, that’s for sure!  A buffet style pizza party allows the kids to mix and match ingredients and really get creative. And, if you really want to be inventive you can prepare pre-made pizza dough in different sizes and shapes, which will really make the pizza party out of the ordinary and entertaining. Not to mention if you prepare the pizza dough a few days before the pizza party and freeze them, until the day of the party.  That way you can avoid a messy kitchen, thus freeing up more time for you to
enjoy creating your own pizza and have just as much fun as the kids and not worry about a dirty kitchen on party day.

No matter what your reasons are for planning a pizza party for your kids, you can rest assure that the party will be a big hit among the kids, one slice at a time, if you put a little thought and creative planning into effect.

Abby Terlecki
Raising An Open-Minded Child

An intolerant attitude won't get you very far these days and a growing number of parents are concerned with how their children might react to lifestyles that are different than their own. It's true that children's attitudes are a product of their environment, so the fight against closed minds begins at home. 

Establish An Open Learning Environment

School curriculums are grounded in test performance, so while your kids will learn valuable lessons in the classroom, humanistic ideas such as acceptance have to be reinforced at home. 

You can foster this type of thinking by participating with your children in problem solving scenarios that require critical thinking. Brainstorming together rather than handing them solutions to their problem will help them exercise their minds and become more independent thinkers.

Watch Your Own Attitude

You are your kids' biggest role model for what being a grown up means. Outright judgement of someone based on where they stand on an issue is a quick way to get your kids to do the same. 

Reject your own inclinations to value someone based on their beliefs and your kids will respond in turn. 

Monitor Their Media Intake

There are a wide variety of movies and TV shows out there, so the values your children develop could easily reflect the entertainment they grow up watching. We spoke with Dr. Adiaha Spinks-Franklin, Developmental-Behavioral Pediatrician at Texas Children's Hospital, who explained to us the importance of introducing positive content to your children at a young age.

"Look at Cinderella. Her step mother and step sisters bullied her. They treated her poorly. So there are a lot of examples in cartoons and even pop culture or literature where someone is ostracized, teased, made fun of, or treated meanly because they;re not like the other people and we have to let them know that's not okay."

There are countless examples of movies that both help and hurt the efforts of establishing open-mindedness, so take special care to ensure your kids are being entertained by beneficial content. 

Abby Terlecki
Women Who've Made A Difference In American Activism

It's hard to make change happen without ruffling a few feathers. We have put together a list of women who were not afraid to stand up for what they believe, and who in the process made a real difference in American politics and activism.

Gloria Steinem

A leader in the pivotal feminist movement of the late 1960s, Gloria Steinem is well-known as an advocate and political activist. As a journalist, she worked to bring women's liberation to mainstream American culture. 

In 2005, along with Jane Fonda and Robin Morgan, Steinem founded the Women's Media Center, an organization dedicated to making "women visible and powerful in the media." She continues to travel the world giving lectures on issues of justice and equality.

Angela Davis

The 1960s gave rise to another female activist, Angela Davis. Davis was the controversial leader of the Communist Party USA. Her work focused on bringing down the prison-industrial complex by founding an organization called Critical Resistance.

Davis was arrested for conspiracy to commit murder when guns she had purchased were used in a courtroom takeover where a judge was killed. President Nixon called Davis a 'dangerous terrorist' when she was captured, but she was soon released after a nationwide movement demanded her freedom. 

Joan Baez

One of the most iconic American folk singers of all time, Joan Baez found fame with her protest songs about social justice, releasing more than 30 albums throughout the course of her career. 

As a friend of Martin Luther King Jr., Baez participated in a number of civil rights demonstrations throughout the 1960s. Her version of We Shall Overcome became a staple in political demonstrations. Baez herself became a symbol of non-violence and peaceful protest during the a very turbulent time. 

Nina Simone

Nina Simone started her singing career as a student of mostly classical music, but she eventually added jazz, blues, and R&B to her sound. By the time the 1960s rolled around, she used her fame to address racial inequality. Her song 'Mississippi Goddam,' which addressed the murder of black children living in the south, was banned in some southern states.

After that, civil rights became a part of both her songs and live performances. Beyond just singing and playing the piano, Simone also spoke at a number of rallies and even advocated violent revolution during the period.

Dolores Huerta

As an outspoken advocate for both immigrant and women's rights, Dolores Huerta has dedicated her career to fighting against inequality. She has been arrested 22 times for her non-violent civil disobedience rallies. 

Huerta stood beside Robert F. Kennedy when he was assassinated in 1968 and was beaten by San Francisco police officers during a legal protest in 1988. She has continuously and non-violently put herself in harm's way to improve the lives of others and continues to advocate through the Dolores Huerta Foundation. 

Even today, she continues to travel giving lectures on issues of justice and equality.
Abby Terlecki
Add Personality To Your Middle Schooler's Uniform

When it comes to clothes and tweens, it’s all about the look. So when it’s time to wear a uniform, the lack of individuality can seem like the end of the world. Help them show their personality with unique touches for their uniform that will take them from an eye-rolling pre-teen to a smiling student.


 Photo Credit: Hinkse.etsy.com

Keep your pre-teen warm and stylish with eye-catching legwear. From tights, leg warmers to leggings, prints and colors will let you daughter show her personal style without sacrificing the uniform’s look. A school appropriate suggestion is a colorful pair of printed tights. They will be a colorful and unique touch to a black and white uniform that will soon be your pre-teen’s favorite. 


Accessories are where the true individuality begins. Certain schools are strict when it comes to jewelry and accessories, so double check before you buy. 

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Pre-Teens love jewelry and accessories that evoke their personality, so the more, the better. For your fashionista daughter who wants to amp up her uniform, opt for small jewelry pieces in distinctive shapes. The small size won’t cause a distraction in class, but the unique style will make your daughter feel like an individual.

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Personalized accessories also do the trick. Opt for a monogrammed paracord bracelet in your child’s favorite colors. It's a great option for boys who want to spruce up the typical uniform. Also, they’re made from parachute cord that is almost indestructible. A double win! 


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Comfy shoes are a must, but let your middle schooler have some fun with an emphasis on style! Closed toes are often a requirement for many schools, but that doesn’t mean there has to be a lack of creative shoewear. For your young Anna Wintour or David Beckham, buy them a pair of metallic kicks to amp up their outfit. 


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What we consider an average, everyday piece of clothing can be the ultimate accessory for your middle schooler. Bright colors, prints, and funky textures are all welcomed on the feet of uniformed students. A trend for both male and females, a couple pairs of groovy socks will be a little touch of individuality that affects in a big way.

Check out our style essentials for girls in high school and kindergarten, as well as ways to update your teen son's style


Top Photo Credit: EricaWeiner.com

Abby Terlecki
Help Your High School Daughter Create A Signature Uniform

By the time your daughter is in high school, she has a full understanding of the uniform game. Help her pick and choose signature items that will make her stand out and embrace wearing a uniform.

The Legwear Lady

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Is your daughter known for her colorful tights at school? Help her stay true to her style with eye-catching, yet appropriate legwear. Students who wear uniforms often rely on visually interesting socks, tights or leggings, so even though they seem a bit extreme, these are a godsend for teens.

The Accessories Girl

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Earrings, bracelets, brooches and rings - your daughter is all about it. Let her sparkle shine with some bright baubles. When purchasing them, make sure they are an appropriate size. Jewels too large can be seen as a distraction, and with a uniform, a classic stud can be a beautiful statement piece. 

The Headband Queen

Photo Credit: Cara; The Accessory Collective

Your daughter loves to frame her face with headbands. Thick or thin, sparkly or matte, there hasn’t been a headband she hasn’t worn. If she is a DIY type, make this a mother and daughter activity by creating some unique bands together!

The Lacquer Lover 

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On Monday she’s rocking marble and by Friday, she has a floral-inspired manicure. Your daughter brightens her standard uniform with bright and visually stunning nails that are like works of art.

This is a easy way to bond with your child, whether it’s at your favorite nail salon or a do-it yourself night. Also, you will get all of the gossip that you’ve missed during your busy days.

Check out our style essentials for girls in middle school and kindergarten, as well as ways to update your teen son's style

Abby Terlecki
3 New Turkey Recipes To Try

After eating the same dry turkey year after year, you might be in the market for new spin on the holiday bird. Here are a few ideas you might want to try when preparing this year's feast. 

Beer Can Turkey

Turkey and beer go well together separately, but combining the two for the cooking process can really bring your feast to the next level. The video below shows how this method keeps the interior of your turkey moist and flavorful when dinner time comes around.

Citrus Glazed Turkey

Fill your home with a tasty citrus scent with this delicious turkey recipe. The video might be a bit long, but the process is well worth the delicious reward. 

Turkey Tandoori

Show off your worldly cooking skills with this turkey tandoori recipe. It calls for the use of many different spices that might make the process a little longer, but is well worth the resulting flavor.  

Abby Terlecki
Three T's Of Turkey Preparation

As if seeing your entire extended family didn't cause enough stress, preparing an enormous meal can be downright overwhelming. Turkey is almost always the centerpiece of the holiday feast, so making a quality bird is extremely important.

Luckily, the Butterball Turkey Talk Hotline is here to help. Womensforum had a chance to speak with co-director of the Turkey Talk Line Nicole Johnson and talk about what steps you'll need to take ensuring a delicious turkey. 

Johnson described preparing the perfect turkey using what she called the "three T's." By following these three simple steps, you'll be able to prepare and excellent meal with no trouble at all!


Thawing out the turkey is an often overlooked step that puts a lot of amateur chefs in a tough spot. Thawing out a turkey can take hours or even days depending on the method you choose.

Using the refrigeration method can take 24 hours for every 4 pounds of turkey meat, and Johnson reminded us that, "a 20-pound turkey's gonna take a good five days when using the refrigeration method. If you're short on time, or you don't have the refrigeration space, opt for the cold water bath."

The cold water bath offers a much quicker thawing method, only taking about a half hour per pound. 


 The second 'T' of Butterball's turkey-tips is the thermometer. The meat thermometer is the best way to tell how close your turkey is to being ready during the whole cooking process. 

It's important to remember that different parts of the turkey will require different temperatures to indicate they're ready to enjoy! There are three key places you'll want to measure on your bird:

  • Thigh: 180 degrees
  • Breast: 170 degrees
  • Stuffing: 165 degrees


You might not have ever heard of the third and final 'T,' but it's an essential step in ensuring a quality turkey for Thanksgiving dinner. 'Tenting' is done when about two-thirds of the cooking process has is completed, when the breast area of the bird starts to brown a little faster than other parts of the turkey. 

"So at that time you can take your piece of foil, tent that breast area," Johnson told us, "and that’s gonna help prevent the breast from over-browning."

So thawing, thermometer, tenting. Three easy T's to remember to have one of the tastiest holiday meals yet. Got your own questions about your holiday bird? Give the Butterball Turkey Talk-Line a call at 1-800-butterball! 

Abby Terlecki
Three New Ways To Prepare Your Holiday Turkey

Nothing says it's the holiday season more than a fresh turkey straight out of the oven, but that same flavor year after year can get a little boring. 

Yes, turkeys are usually cooked in the oven, but that doesn't mean that's the tastiest way they can be enjoyed. Here are a few different  ways to prepare your bird this year that will give you family's taste buds a whole new experience.  


Some people just love standing around an open grill, and using the method to prepare your Thanksgiving meal can make it all the more enjoyable.

This method requires a little more attentiveness than the oven, but the extra work is well worth it. You'll want to make sure you're using indirect heat and cooking at about 350 degrees. Depending on your preference, you may need to flip the turkey over halfway through the process. 

Using a meat thermometer, make sure the internal temperature reaches 180 degrees in the thigh and 170 degrees in the breast. A 10-16 lb turkey will take about 2-3 hours to grill. 


Put a little southern spin on your bird with the deep-frying method.

Add oil to your frying pot, but make sure not to let it overfill. The oil should reach 400 degrees before you add your turkey. Make sure to pat the turkey down before you slowly lower it into the fryer. Make sure it's totally immersed in the oil before you start your timer.

 Leave the turkey in the oil for about 3-4 minutes per pound. Dark meat will need to reach a temperature of 180 degrees, and white meat should cap at around 170 degrees.  


This method might not give your turkey a fabulous look with golden brown skin, but you will get some of the juiciest and most tender turkey you've ever had. 

All you need to do is find a crock pot that's big enough to fit the turkey, add whatever seasoning you might like, throw in a cupful of chicken stock, and cover that lid up! 

Leave your bird on 'high' for two hours and then reduce the heat to low for 4-6 hours. No basting required! You can even transfer the entire turkey to your broiler for a few minutes to get it that crispy brown look!

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