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Students in fourth grade were asked by Mrs. Tiffany Piergrossi to write the instructions for "How to Cook a Turkey". In case you are looking for cooking tips- here are some excerpts! Let me know how it turns out! (Names not included to protect the innocent.)
Do you know how to cook a turkey? Well I do.
First supplies, I would need salt, baster, pepper, a turkey and seasoning.
Next preparing you would season it then rub it with pepper.
Then cooking, I would cook it for 2 hrs in 400 degrees.
Finally serving put it on the table then cut it.
How to cook a turkey
You are probably thinking "Well I want to know how to cook a turkey" don't be sad I got your back. This is how you took a turkey, The supplies are
Seasoning, a turkey, a nice tray, pan, oven, sides, oven mitts.
Preheat your oven til 350 then put your pan in the oven and wait till your oven beeps. Then take your pan out of the oven, be sure to use your oven mitts. next place your turkey on the pan remember to take the plasic wrapping off. It should take about 15 minutes. When you take your turkey out of the oven put your seasoning on it, finally put it on a fancy tray and put any sides you would like around it. Enjoy your turkey and happy thanksgiving!
Cooking a turkey
......first you will need a turkey, oily brown stuff, a rectangle shaped tray, seasoning, stuffing, an oven, and cooking spray. Now you need your turkey slaver it in the oily brown stuff, then put in about 12tbls. of stuffing in a hand cut hole in the top of your turkey then put seasoning make sure you over your whole turkey with it and it is ok if you get some seasoning inside it. Then cook it in a sprayed tray for about 30-40 minutes at 350. Finally have it in the middle of the table when guests come, give your guests corn and mashed potatoes, then give them one slice each and serve gravy.
How to serve and cook a turkey
...First buy a turkey, an oven plates, cups, coke, chips, water, a table, carrots, and napkins, After that preheat the oven and double check in case you forgot something. Then set the oven for 90 degrees and for half an hour with the turkey inside of course. After it is done cooking invite your guests if you want to. Serve the turkey after you cut into small pieces. Fill in the cups with coke or water. The chips and carrots are a side dish. Give napkins and silverware to all guests and dig in!
******'s Guide to how to cook a turkey
I remember when I first cooked a turkey. First you need a raw turkey, oven, stove, water, salt and seasoning. Next boil the water and put the turkey in the water. Then put it in the oven for 400 degrees for 12 hours. Finally, put the salt and seasoning on the turkey then put your delicious turkey on the table and eat!....
Want to Learn How to Make a Turkey?
...First you need a thermometer. Then you can put staffing int he turkey. After that you need to pre heat the oven to 150 degrees. Then you put the turkey in for an hour. Last, but not least you put it on a plate and put the thermometer in the turkey then you serve it.
How to cook a turkey the kids way.
You will need a smoker, baster, seasoning, frozen turkey, plate, fork, and knives and that is what you need. To begin you need to defrost it, put seasoning on it, baste it and start the smoker. After that put it in the smoker set it for 1 hr and 100". Finally after you take out of the smoker put it on a plate, cut it, and eat your turkey. And that is how you cook a turkey the kids way.
As you can imagine, there is a lot that happens in a classroom. Sometimes a lesson or class discussion is moving in an awesome direction and RING! Someone calls the classroom for something. There are many teachers who have a classroom helper assigned to the phone, so they will teach the children how to properly answer in a business-like manner.
Yesterday I had to call Mrs. Fleckenstein. She thought it would be a good time for a teachable moment! She had coached the students to say, "Hello, Mrs. Fleckenstein's room, this is _______." She thought she would have one of her first graders give it a shot. He picked up the phone. "Hello, Mrs. Fleckenstein's room, this is ______..." I started to tell the student what a great job they did answering but they were gone! Mrs. Fleck called back later to tell me that she failed to tell the kids they had to keep talking after their greeting! The student just answered and hung up!
Just another reminder that you can never be too clear with directions!