Chefs Picks tracks down what a pros are eating as well as in progress from seashore to coast.The inhabitant day of stuffing, mashed potatoes as well as immature bean casserole, Thanksgiving is a single of a few meals in which a categorical dish is mostly upstaged by a sides. Though bird is a word of a season, most a Thanksgiving turkey tends to underwhelm. Dont let which be a box this year. Several chefs suggest their favorite preparations for T-Day ornithology to ensure your bird is far from bland.Superbly SeasonedAs a owners of a chainlet of fried chicken joints in New York, Los Angeles, Las Vegas as well as London, a siblings behind Blue Ribbon Restaurantsknow a thing or dual about poultry. Owners Bruce as well as Eric Bromberg use Blue Ribbons proprietary mix of kosher salt, creatively ground black peppers as well as dusty thyme as a seasoning, as well as they apart a birds in to pieces. When cooking, remove a legs as well as thighs from a breast as well as prepare them separately, so white as well as dark cuts both come out perfectly, they say.For another simply seasoned turn on a Thanksgiving turkey, try Ina Gartens take.A Creative ConfitMuch like a Bromberg brothers, Executive Chef Tyler Kinnett of Harvestin Cambridge, Mass., also butchers a turkey in to bits to achieve a most appropriate result. At a restaurant, he cooks a breast sous vide, then sears it in a pan. Doing so creates a crisp hardness on a outside whilst locking in juiciness, Kinnett explains. This process allows for [the] breast to retain moisture as well as results in a super-juicy breast. The prepare likes to confit a legs alone with a little thyme as well as garlic. Once a legs cool, he removes a beef from a bone as well as mixes it in to seasoned mixture with a fat reserved from a confit. It adds an amazing season to a stuffing, as well as all a guests in a grill love it, Kinnett says.Get creative in your own kitchen with this leg as well as wing confit recipe from Food Network Kitchen.Fantastically FriedExecutive Chef Chris Miracolo of S3in Fort Lauderdale likes to relax on Thanksgiving as well as nap in. His solution: oil. He likes to high seas his birds for 3 days in a multiple of salt, crushed garlic cloves, spices as well as molasses mixed together in a large cooler with ice water. On Thanksgiving Day, Miracolo fills a large outside candy stove halfway with oil, then fries his turkey. You cannot beat a crispiness of a skin, a moisture inside a meat, as well as a fact which we can nap in as well as not begin in progress a turkey during 5 a.m., says Miracolo. A 20-pound turkey takes reduction than an hour to cook. It may seem easy as pie to make, but be clever of displacement. Use a strap to reduce a turkey in to a prohibited oil slowly, so a liquid gently fills a cavity. Otherwise, youll have an explosion, Miracolo says.Fry up your own Thanksgiving bird with Valerie Bertinellis recipe.Beautifully BrinedAnother air blower of a nice, long high seas is Executive Chef Chris Coleman of Stoke in Charlotte, N.C. He soaks a 12- to 16-pound bird for dual days in a bath of salt, brownish-red sugar, brook leaves, juniper, thyme, black peppers as well as orange. He prefers to prepare his turkey in a oven, starting low during 375 degrees F for an hour as well as a half, prior to cranking a heat to 450 degrees for a final 30 minutes. That approach it cooks by without drying out, says Coleman. If we prepare only low as well as slow, a breast dries out prior to [the] thighs prepare through. Little goes to waste in Colemans kitchen, as he uses a giblets, neck as well as heart to have a turkey gravy to span with a bird.Step up your bird diversion with this high seas recipe fromAlex Guarnaschelli.A Buttery BirdI commission we to fry a turkey! says Executive Chef-Owner Michael Lomonaco of Porter House Bar as well as Grillin New York City. Unlike Coleman as well as Miracolo, however, Lomonaco forgoes a normal brining process. Before putting his bird in a oven, a prepare washes it in cold, pickled H2O for a couple of minutes, which he describes as flash brining it. Lomonaco then entirely dries a turkey as well as seasons a form with a generous sprinkling of salt as well as pepper. To retain moisture, Lomonaco separates a skin from a breast meat, starting from a bottom of a body as well as filling a blank with a mix of sweet butter, herbs, salt as well as pepper. Season a turkey well since a well-seasoned bird will ambience best, so apply a little of which butter to a tip of a skin, Lomonaco says. Use a stick or dual of butter.For another no-brine option, try this cant-miss recipe from Food Network Kitchen.