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How to Make a Turkey by Elwood's First Graders
How to Make a Turkey by Elwood's First Graders
Emily Devine
Wednesday, November 21, 2018

How to Prepare a Turkey

By: Elwood’s 1st Graders

Go hunting with your grandpa for a turkey. Let your grandpa shoot the turkey. Your dad needs to get the guts out. Cook it for 300 hours. Gobble the turkey up with your family.

  • Christina Zackery

Go to the grocery store and buy the fattest turkey. Put it in the oven for 9 minutes. Put the turkey on the table and eat it!

  • Burk McDowell

First, shoot a regular turkey. Next, take the turkey’s feathers off and the head. Take the turkey home and cook it in the oven for 1 hour. Eat the turkey with your family.

  • Avalyn Smith

Go out and shoot a big turkey. Skin the turkey, pluck its feathers off, and take everything gross out of it. Put it in the oven for 300 degrees. Last serve it your guests with some yummy gravy.

  • Traeston Hagan

Go hunting and shoot a big turkey. Make sure it is dead before you bring it home. Cook it at 500 degrees for 20 hours. Eat it with your family. Give your cat the inside parts of the turkey, cats like that!

  • Cody Gruber

Hunt for the turkey, try to find the biggest turkey that you can.  Then pluck the feathers off and take the stuff out of the turkey. The head needs to come off of the turkey. Once you are ready, cook it in the oven at 308 degrees for an hour. Then when it is ready, you can eat it.

  • Kollan Pohl

Go to the store and get a fat turkey. Then, make your dad take out the guts and heart and legs. Put it in the oven for 100 minutes at 90 degrees. Feed it to my family and my guests. That is my grandmas and my great grandpa. I have a lot of guests.

  • Allyson Zackery

Go out and hunt very quietly. When you see the one you want, pull the trigger. Dress the turkey and put it in a hot oven for 30 minutes. Eat your turkey with A.1. Sauce and mashed potatoes.

  • Liam Brell

First go and kill the biggest turkey. Put the turkey in the oven for 8 minutes at 401 degrees. Take off the feathers and take the turkey and serve it.

  • Ashlee Scharf

Hunt for the best turkey. Then, wash the turkey in the sink and pat it dry. Put the turkey in the oven. Serve the turkey with lots of gravy!

  • Sofia Palacios

First, get the biggest turkey and ingredients at the store.  Go home and and cook the turkey at 300 degrees fahrenheit for 30 minutes. Last, serve the turkey to your guests.

  • Benjamin Morton

First, go hunt a turkey in the field and shoot it. Then, take it home and skin it and take off its head. Put it in a really hot oven and cook it for one whole day. Last, eat it with your family.

  • Taylor Wood

Go out and find a big turkey and shoot it now!  Place it in the oven for a bit. Serve it to your family at the feast.

  • Piper Montey

Go hunting and try to find the biggest turkey. After you go hunting, skin the turkey and put it in the oven at 400 degrees for an hour. If you would like, serve your turkey with some mashed potatoes and green beans. Enjoy it with your guests!

  • Cecily Remmenga