My Cart

Cart is Empty

Categories

Payments

Secure Checkout With
4thegrill payments

How to Grill Turkey

This page is all of the articles we have written on grilling turkey broken down by the cut of meat. We have learned these things through a lifetime of grilling, over 10 years of running the 4theGrill.com website and my experience working in food service.






Grilled turkey breast

How to Grill a whole Turkey.

This time of year a lot of us are considering grilling our Thanksgiving turkeys. The purpose of this article is to give you options to consider on how to grill your turkey along with what you need to think about before attempting it. Here I will cover the three most popular techniques and what you need to do to be prepared for thanksgiving day. Click here for more.




turkey sausages on the grill

How to Grill a Better Turkey Sausage with Video.

We are all trying to eat a little better these days and turkey sausage is a slightly healthier grilling option. The two drawbacks to a turkey sausage compared to a normal sausage are the texture and the lack of flavor. These are issues that are easily off-set with the proper grilling techniques that we will showcase here. Click here for more.






turkey bacon on the grill

How to Grill Turkey Bacon.

If your like a lot of people your looking to grill some healthier meals and substituting turkey bacon on that bacon cheese burger may be a place to start. As with most things you grill you have a couple of how to options. We used Butterball thin sliced turkey bacon for this article. While I have been told that is not the best on the market I found it on sale for $1 and Click here for more.






turkey ribs raw

What are Turkey Ribs?

The other day on a local news morning show one of the hosts was grilling up turkey ribs. I had to ask what is a turkey rib? So I scoured the net to figure it out. As it turns out there are a couple of variations of this product available, both versions are nothing more than a turkey shoulder or scapula as it were. Click here for more.




The USDA recommends that all poultry be cooked to 165 degrees

Ad's by Google