Meat Master Bruce Aidells shows us his fool-proof technique for grilling a Thanksgiving turkey on a gas grill
Illustrated by Monica Hellstrom
- Pull off the leg truss. You want hot air circulating through the bird, and that can't happen when the legs are tied together.
- Reach into the main cavity and pull out the bag of giblets. Fish around for the neck too. Sometimes it's in the neck cavity.
- Then drain it and pat it dry inside and out--it'll crisp up better.