These Are the 10 Most Popular Turkey Recipes for Thanksgiving 2014
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These Are the 10 Most Popular Turkey Recipes for Thanksgiving 2014

Somehow Thanksgiving is this week. (Wasn’t it July two weeks ago?) And it turns out, we’ve all been searching Pinterest for turkey recipes like whoa. And just what is it that we’ve all been looking for? Put on your apron, grab your turkey baster and preheat that oven, because we’ve got recipes for the top 10 2014 turkey searches on Pinterest.

1. Traditional Turkey: Nothing beats traditional turkey on a cold November day. We adore how this recipe includes temperature settings so the burning incident of ’07 can be left in the past. (via Better Homes and Gardens)

2. Brined Turkey: For a juicy bird that slices like butter, try Martha Stewart’s easy brine recipe. It features dried juniper berries, peppercorns and thyme. (via Martha Stewart)

3. Simple Turkey: First Thanksgiving with the in-laws? Don’t break a sweat. This simple turkey recipe will help you ease into the process. Now, on to the real brain buster — the seating arrangement! (via The Kitchn)

4. Juicy Turkey: Worried that your turkey might be a little dry? Try this recipe for juicy and succulent bird. This recipe even includes a delicious traditional stuffing. (via Natasha’s Kitchen)

5. Bacon Turkey: This turkey wins all the awards. Who wouldn’t love a delicious bird blanketed in extra crispy bacon. Mmm… bacon. (via The Runaway Spoon)

6. Cajun Turkey: This spicy cajun-inspired bird is sure to be a hit. Make sure to plan at least one day ahead to let the turkey cure overnight. (via epicurious )

7.  Healthy Turkey: This dinner is loaded with immunity boosting herbs. The bay leaf is the star of this show, leaving the meat with a fresh, woodsy taste. (via Prevention)

8. Unique Turkey: Love exotic takeout? Then this tandoori turkey is for you. We can’t get over the homemade masala ideas. (via The Bitten Word)

9. Crockpot Turkey: It’s extremely dangerous to put an entire turkey in a crockpot, but we found a yummy ragout that simmers leftover turkey thighs with butternut squash and fresh parsley. (via Betty Crocker)

10. Rosemary Turkey: Rosemary gives off a holiday scent that is unparalleled. The herb layers beautifully with the meaty taste of oven-baked turkey. (via Whole Living)

Were you searching Pinterest for any of these birds? Let us know in the comments below!