Thanksgiving 911: Top Tips for Your Turkey Feast

Sara Moulton, Amanda Freitag and Sunny Anderson answer last minute questions for preparation.
4:47 | 11/22/12

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Test Text1 underline we're counting down to thanksgiving dinner, not too long now. And we asked you to write in to our website with your biggest questions. Our experts are here to answer them. The music is an excuse for me to get out the skinny mic. We welcome "gma" food editor, sara moulton. Amanda freitag, and sunny anderson, host of "food in america." They're at their stations. Ready to go. Contestants, are you ready to play? Yes. A game that doesn't really exist. And away we go. Spin the wheel. And the first question is for -- how fancy are those graphics, america? Sara, the first for you, manning our turkey station. What are tips to cut down on cooking time. One, crank up the heat. A two, roast a breast. It takes half the time. Three, flatten the turkey. There you go. This takes -- took me one hour. It's an eight-pound turkey. It looks delicious. That is correct. You need strong arms on it. As you said, sara, I should be nowhere near the turkey station. Moving along. Our next contestant is -- it appears we're working our way down the line. Amanda, question number two for you. Green bean casserole is a top search item on google, which is the most fascinating thing you'll hear all morning. A twist on a traditional green bean casserole is what? What I like to do is fry my own salad. Instead of getting the canned onions, fry your own. It takes a few seco a little bit of oil. It's so unbelievably delicious. Judges? That is correct. Going back to the boards. I can't imagine who might get the next question. It's sunny. What do you know? Who knew, sunny? At the dessert station. The secret, sunny, to a great pie crust is what? So, what you want to do is make sure all of your ingredients are super, super cold. I heard of people freezing their flour before they blitz it in the food processor. Or you can bar bake the it if you are worried about a soggy center, in the oven. I'm always concerned about a soggy center. It's amanda. A good dish to travel with if you're a guest on the road today? Great question. Thank you. I think you can pick a mac and cheese. Anything that goes in a casserole dish. I chose, today, my favorite stuffing. Travel with it. And I'll show you the recipe. What do you think? That is delicious. Yes. That is the correct answer. Amanda has moved briefly into the lead. Next up, we're back to sara. A question that keeps me up at night. Should I wash my turkey? No. Do not wash your turkey because it spreads bacteria all over your kitchen. Three feet away from the sink will be bacteria. Do not wash that turkey. Okay. It might be a little late for me. But it's not too late for you. That is correct. And finally, neck and neck and neck. Down to the wire we go. The next question is for -- sunny. All right, sunny. Yes? It's all on the line here. Okay. My oven is in use all day long. It just says that on the card. Do you have a recipe that will not require baking? Yes. I actually do. I like to make a fruit bowl. It's fruit in its own syrup. You fold it into whipped cream. Doesn't take baking at all. And looks delicious. That is correct. Yeah. We're going to figure out a way to break the three-way tie. For all of you, tips and more on our website, goodmorningamerica.Com on yahoo! And when we come back, I'm going to have to give up the

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