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    Turkey Crown
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    • 17th Dec 08, 9:05 PM
    Turkey Crown 17th Dec 08 at 9:05 PM
    Its my 1st time cooking xmas dinner, and i'm feeding 8. ( ) I've ordered a turkey crown from local butchers but confused on cooking times. All the cooking times I have found seem to be for a whole turkey and I assume that the cooking time will be less for a crown.

    Also i've been watching the jamie olivers christmas dvd and he cooks the turkey in a tin on top of some veg and then uses the juices to make the gravy, can I still do this with the crown?

    I ordered the crown as I thought it would be easier but all turkey info seem to relate to a whole turkey, therefore am thinking of changing order to a whole turkey:confused:
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