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November 22, 2012

How to cook a turkey, according to Kingston third-graders

RICHMOND — Third-graders from Kingston Elementary were randomly selected to share, in their own words, their favorite turkey day recipes.

First go to the store, than go home and put it in a pot and put it in the oven, aftar git salt and peper and some sesauge and put some BBQ sas on it and cooc it for 3 hours. last win it’s done it’s time to eat win your done it goes by by have a good Thanksgiving. boneaputete.

by Alexis Hunter

Heat the oven on 375 then put the turkey in the oven. Then set the timer on 2 hr 30 min. Then take it out pull the wishbone out then put vanilla on it.

by Kaden Carr-White

First, we buy the turkey. Next, we skin the turkey. Then, we take the temperature of the turkey. Next, we cut the turkey. Then, we put sweet baby ray’s BBQ sauce on the turkey. Next, we put the turkey in the oven. Then we take out the fat. Next we check for rabies. Then, we chop the head off the turkey. Next, we put salt, pepper, and spice. Then, we kill the turkey. Next, we clean the turkey. Then, we put socks on the turkey legs. Next, you take a tiny piece of turkey and tast it and it will tast delishouse. Finaly, we put the grece in a little cup then, voula you have a turkey..

by Marcus Fraser

First I would buy the ingredients. Then I would cook the turkey. Next I would cut it and take all the fat out and check for rabies. Then put it in the oven for 20 minits. Then take it out then put salt and pepper on it. Then finally I love to put stuffing buside it. Last but not leaste the barbecu sauce!!

by Macie Daniels

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