If you need a new recipe for your Thanksgiving turkey, give one of these non-traditional twists a try.
Monday, November 19, 2012
There are many ways to cook everyone’s favorite holiday bird. Each family has its own special technique for cooking a turkey, whether it's using an old family recipe, adding a secret ingredient or shopping somewhere in town that helps make the turkey taste all the better. One such spot is Lee Turkey Farm in East Windsor. For more than 60 years the farm has focused its efforts on raising turkeys. Lee Turkey Farm currently raises 5,000 turkeys annually, and offers oven-ready turkeys and turkey parts year-round. Both frozen and fresh turkeys are available for Thanksgiving, but advance orders during the holidays are a must. If you're hosting Thanksgiving this year, you can try any of the recipes below to add a new kick to your feast. If you're…
Lee Turkey Farm is a family owned turkey and produce farm that offers a variety of fall activities and pick-your-own produce
‘Tis the season for apple picking, pumpkin carving, and turkey eating, and Lee Turkey Farm offers more options than would a trip to the grocery store. One of the first you-pick farms in New Jersey, Lee Turkey Farm offers fresh turkeys and produce, fun fall activities, and even history lessons to visitors. “It’s kind of like a supermarket of you-pick,” said Ronny Lee, owner of Lee Turkey Farm. “It’s always been the idea of getting it the freshest you can,” he said. The 54-acre farm offers hundreds of fruit trees from which visitors may pick, as well as wide variety of vegetables. Currently in season, visitors may pick their own pumpkins, gourds, winter squash, broccoli, cabbage, cauliflower, sweet corn, tomatoes, peppers, and eggplant, as …