How do you cook your Thanksgiving turkey?


"I would put pepper, salt and olive oil on it. I would cook it for 20 hours and then serve it with cookies." — Ryan Dixon, 6

"I would help my mom cook it for 20 minutes." — Matthew Medina, 5

"I’d make the stuffing, stuff the turkey, then put it in a pot and cook it at 140 degrees for 15-20 minutes." — Joshua Medina, 7

"Buy it at Safeway." — Jessica Dean, 6

"Pluck it and then put it in the oven for 6 minutes." — Alex Dean, 6

"Put it in the oven at 30 degrees and then stuff it. We’d have it with potatoes." — Kaitlyn Shedd, 4

"Juice it, put the seasoning on it, then ask my mom how long I should bake it in the oven." — Nicole Shedd, 8

"Find the turkey, kill it, bring it home, put it in the oven until it’s crispy." — Jonathan Shedd, 6

"Just don’t eat the bones." — Jared Dixon, 8

"I’d cook it for 20 minutes until it’s 10 degrees." — Nathan Johnston, 6

"Take it out of the oven, cut it up and then eat it with cookies and pie." — Dominic Jean, 7

"I’d cut it open, get all the blood out and the big and small bones. Then I’d eat it." — Matthew Braun, 8

Photos by Diane Orciuoli

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