Kitchens all around Central Texas will be full of turkeys and Thanksgiving side dishes Thursday, and several area restaurateurs shared how they make their holiday meals.
“Cooking turkey is really a preference,” said Josh Petty, co-owner of Petty’s B-B-Q in Killeen. “It depends — if you want a speed method, frying a turkey is the fastest way by far. That takes about 45 minutes. Smoking takes about four to six hours, give or take, while the oven can be a 12- and 13-hour process.”
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