Give even a standard supermarket turkey an extra flavor kick.

Step 1: Make Miso Paste

2-4 large scoops miso paste
grated ginger
grated garlic
sesame oil
orange zest
dash soy sauce

Combine all ingredients to make a soft paste. Taste it and adjust seasonings- this will flavor your bird, so make sure it's to your liking.
=/ Everything looks so good, I'm turning 18 in about 6 months and I plan on moving out of my dads house in a timeframe of 2-8 months after that. This was great help for me learning how to cook.<br/>
It's getting to be the time when grocery stores offer turkeys as "loss leaders"; selling them at insanely low prices ($6 for up to 16lb, according to the safeway ad in front of me), in the hopes that that will lure you into doing your holiday food shopping there rather than some other store. If you've got the freezer space and are on a budget, consider stocking up. If you haven't got the freezer space, it might be worth disecting a couple into more compact parts. Consider it disaster preparedness - a frozen turkey in a sealed freezer will stay at healthy storage temperatures for quite a long time (several days) (as you may have discovered the first time you tried to thaw a frozen turkey for a holiday meal, like I did...)
very nice photo-doc and a beautiful bird!<br/><br/>have you ever tried constructing the <a rel="nofollow" href="http://home.tiac.net/~cri/1997/turkey.html">thompson turkey</a> ?<br/>

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