GARLAND COUNTY, Georgia (CNN) It’s a good time to go to the grill.
You can make turkey, ham and other comfort foods, but there’s no guarantee you’ll find a crowd.
If you’re lucky enough to find a warm spot in the yard, you may find people sitting in chairs or sitting on couches.
It’s not a bad time to catch up on the latest news, or take a break from your busy schedule.
But it’s time to get the turkey, not the chicken.
While many people are excited about the Thanksgiving feast, it will take time to make your turkey a perfect meal.
The turkey’s bones need time to cool and the bird needs to be cleaned, but once they’re ready to eat, they’ll taste just like a normal turkey.
Some turkey recipes call for cutting the skin off the bird, but others do not.
You’ll also need to soak the meat in a solution of salt, vinegar and pepper for 15 minutes.
Then, you’ll be ready to enjoy the meal.
For those who don’t want to make the effort, there are plenty of options for making turkey and other Thanksgiving fare at home.