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Okay, so I have a turkey roll with stuffing, and all the fixings for us for Christmas Day. It will take at least 3 hours for this thing to cook. BF bought us all tix to go see Sherlock Holmes on Christmas Day, and the movie starts at 4:30.

So, my question is, can I cook the turkey roll in the morning, and then we eat it for dinner after the movie? Obviously it would have to go in the fridge, and we would have to warm it up again before dinner. Or is this a bad idea?

My first turkey for BF's family and I'd rather not make us all sick!! lol!
 

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Yes - that would be the way to go. And I'd slice it before warming it up. (slice, put it back in a pan, add a little gravy COVER the pan and warm at about 250 degrees). If you don't slice it, it will be dried out by the time you have it adequately warm in the center.
 

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Sounds YUM!!

I wish you and Vic a very merry, happy, 1st Christmas together. :)
xoxo
 

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