Bone-in turkey breasts are not only smaller to store in your fridge, but they cook faster and with less fuss on Thanksgiving morning. Plus, they should yield just the right amount of turkey for a smaller group, and still provide some yummy leftovers for sandwiches the next day. There are a few different types of turkey breasts to consider when deciding what would be best for the big day. Boneless Turkey Breasts: This is the simplest route.
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No other holiday has such a laser focus on a single piece of food—the Thanksgiving Turkey. Say what you will about the sweet potatoes, green beans, mashed potatoes, stuffing, gravy, the pies, even the rolls oh, those rolls ; all eyes are on the turkey on Thanksgiving afternoon. If the turkey is just perfect, everything seems brighter. And YET, how often do you cook a whole turkey during the other days of the year? Maybe at Christmas? Maybe never? This is not a recipe, mind you.