Roasting Guide

Granny’s Chef Jason Wortzman presents this collection of poultry cooking tips, instructional videos and recipes to help you prepare the perfect feast for any occasion.


Impress your family and friends by placing a perfectly prepared turkey in front of them!

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Whether you are new to the kitchen or a seasoned cook, Chef Jason’s series of instructional videos will give you a hand when pulling off an extra-special meal. If you need more help, see our Cooking Instructions. This tool will walk you through thawing instructions, roasting times and provide you with directions for a variety of turkey cooking methods.


Learn the basics of cooking your poultry.

Granny's Poultry Whole Roasted Turkey Rub

1:30 minutes

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Granny's Poultry Italian Sausage Stuffing

1:20 minutes

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Granny's Poultry Stuffed Slow Cooker Turkey Roast w/ Roasted Red Pepper Sauce

1:21 minutes

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Granny's Poultry Coconut Curry Slow Cooked Turkey Roast

1:30 minutes

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Granny's Poultry How to Roast the Perfect Turkey

2:13 minutes

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Granny's Poultry How to Carve a Roasted Turkey

3:08 minutes

Slow Cooked Turkey Roast with Caramelized Onion Gravy

1:05 minutes

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Slow Cooked Lemon Rosemary Turkey Roast

0:51 minutes

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Q: What size of turkey should I prepare for my holiday gathering?

A: Cook 1 lb of turkey per guest, or 1.5 lbs per guest to ensure turkey leftovers.


Some of Granny’s whole turkeys come with the Handi Clamp attached to the drumsticks - similar to traditional trussing or tying a turkey’s legs with butcher twine.

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The clamp is made from heat-resistant plastic that is perfectly safe to leave on during cooking. It keeps the drumsticks close to the turkey and ensures even heat for cooking. To remove the Handi Clamp, unhook the tips of the drumsticks from the loops and pull the rest of the clamp out of the bird. If stuffing the turkey, remove the drumsticks from the loops of the clamp and then put them back in the loops once the stuffing is in place.


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