Here are some turkey recipes submitted by Ms. Allison’s kindergarten class at Dibrell School:
Fatima Alfaro - Go to the farm and get a turkey. Use a cutter and take off all the turkey’s feathers. Add a lot of ketchup, cupcakes, apples, and cherries. Set the oven on cold, hot, and cold. Put the turkey in a pot and cook it for 10 minutes. When the oven beeps it is ready. Cook some chocolate, strawberries, and cookies to eat with the turkey. When you are finished, put all the dishes in the sink and wash them.
Grant Collins - Make a trip to the farm and pick out a skinny turkey. Wash off all the dirt with a bucket and water. Put some sauce, ketchup, mustard, and salt on the turkey. Set the oven on hot, hot, hot and cook it for 5 seconds. When the turkey is burnt you will know it’s ready to eat. Fix some mashed potatoes, salad, and more turkey. Wash the dishes after you eat.
Paislee Brady - Get a skinny turkey from Dollar Tree. Take off all the feathers before you cook it. Put some cake on the turkey before you cook it with a little salt. Put the turkey in the microwave and cook it for 5 minutes. You will know when it’s ready when it turns brown. Fix some strawberries, strawberry milk, and donuts to eat with the turkey. Clean up your mess when you’re finished.
Kadynce Kirby - Pick out a turkey from the forest and kill it with a bow and arrow. Wash it off before you cook it to get off all the germs. Put on some salad around the turkey and salt. Put it in the oven. The oven needs to be really hot. Let it cook for 6 minutes. You’ll know the turkey is finished when it rings like crazy. Cook a cheese sandwich to eat with the turkey. After you cook it you need to cut it up and eat it and wash the dishes.
Raelyn Heathcock - Pick out a little turkey from Walmart. I don’t eat that much so I would pick a little one. Take the leaves off the turkey before you cook it. Add lots of butter and put it in the refrigerator to get ready. Set the oven on hot, hot and cook it for 10 minutes. The turkey will be ready when you hear “beep, beep.” Cook some cherries and strawberries to eat with the turkey. Wash the dishes when it’s all done.
Kade Thompson - Find a little turkey at Walmart and buy it. Put some stuff on the turkey like salt, pepper, and lots of spicy stuff. Make sure your oven is just a little hot. Just put the turkey in a pot and cook it for 1 minute. When the bell rings, don’t forget to take it out or it will be all burned and it won’t taste good. Fix some mashed potatoes, green beans, and bread to eat with the turkey. Don’t forget to clean up your mess.
Walker McBride - Find a really big turkey from the farm. Make sure to pluck off all the feathers before you cook it. Add just a little bit of ketchup to the turkey so it will taste good. The oven needs to be 5 degrees and cook the turkey for 5 minutes. The oven will beep when it is ready to eat. Fix lots of corn, mashed potatoes, carrots, and pie. Wash all your dishes when you’re done.
Sofia Hodges - Get a really short turkey from Walmart. The important thing is to wash the turkey so it does not have any germs on it. Add lots of sauce even though I really don’t like it. I would just put the turkey in by itself. The oven needs to be hot, hot for it to cook all the way. I don’t know how long to cook it so I would have to ask my Mom. If you don’t know how long to cook it, be sure to ask your Mom or Dad. Fix lots of tomatoes to eat with it. When you’re all finished eat it with your family!
Violet Flores - Find a big turkey at the farm. Don’t forget to wash it to get off all the dirt and germs. Add lots of ketchup to it so it tastes good. The oven needs to be hot, hot, hot to cook up the meat. Leave it in the oven to cook for 5 minutes. If it’s not done, leave it in for 5 more hours and then it should be done. Cook some mashed potatoes and chicken to eat with it. Wash everything when you’re finished.
River Hunt - Find a big expensive turkey from Walmart. Wash it all off in the sink because lots of people could have touched it at the store. Add a lot of salsa and salt. The oven needs to be hot, hot. Leave it in the oven for 5 minutes. The bell will ring when it’s ready. Don’t fix anymore food because all you need is turkey at Thanksgiving. Wash everything off when it’s time to clean up.
Maddie Bentley - Pick out a really big turkey from Save-A-Lot. Be sure all of the feathers are off it and wash it in a bucket. Add a bunch of salt and ketchup to it. Your oven needs to be a little hot with a little bit of cold. Let it stay in until the timer goes “ding ding.” Cook lots of ham, mashed potatoes, and pie. Put all the plates in the sink when you’re finished.
JD Witt - Go buy a really big turkey from the Farmer’s Market. Put a thermometer in it to tell you if the turkey is ready to be cooked. Pour on lots of gravy before you cook it. Put the oven on really hot and leave it in the oven to cook for 5 minutes. If it’s not ready in 5 minutes, it will definitely be ready in 100 minutes. Fix some stew, salad, and fruit salad to eat with the turkey. Wash the dishes when people are through eating.
German Centeno-Ordonez - Buy a big turkey from the farm. My dad likes big turkeys. Get off all the turkey’s feathers. Put lots of salt on it. The oven needs to be super hot. Let it cook for 5 minutes. Cook lots of beans to eat with the turkey. Wash the dishes when you’re done eating.
Dalton Austin - Go to a barn and find a turkey that’s as tall as me. Add lots and lots of ketchup and a little bit of salsa. The oven needs to be super duper hot. Leave it in the oven to cook for 15 hours. After 50 more hours the turkey will be really done. Cook some bacon, more turkey, and cake. Eat it and clean up your mess.
Brayden McCormack - Go to the farm and find a super big turkey. Take all the feathers off and clean it and wash. Boil it before you cook it. Pour salt and ketchup all over it. The oven needs to be 13 degrees. Leave it in the oven to cook for 12 hours. When the bell rings really loud you will know that the turkey is done. Cut it up and eat it with some vegetables.