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Kitchen Cam: A Last-Minute Thanksgiving Tip!

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One secret to serving a succulent bird is drizzling the sliced-up turkey with the carving juices right before you serve it—especially the white meat. That's one reason why it's handy to carve your turkey on a carving board—it catches all those juices so you can use them later (and, of course, it helps prevent a pretty big mess all over your countertop). Have a turkey but no carving board this holiday? No problem! You can rig one up from two kitchen staples. Check it out:

Thanksgiving Special: No carving board? No problem. from EDF Editors on Vimeo.

 

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