Everyone here is always so nice and helpful that this has become my go to site for any questions, even non-quilting ones. What I'm wondering this time around is...do any of you cook your Thanksgiving turkey a day ahead, then warm it on the big day in a Nesco roaster? Any tricks or advice? What temp do I use? Do I reserve the drippings to keep it moist? No one in my house likes carving the big bird, and I hate all the last minute rush when everything gets done, and needs to get on the table at the same time. I want to simplify our gathering to make it more enjoyable without sacrificing any of the goodies we love.
Gosh, I sound lame for someone who has been doing this for over 40 years!