Turkey was known as a unique food on Thanksgiving day since 1621 by William Bradford's note. At that time, turkey is big enough for a meal with full members in a family (6 ~ 10 persons).
Nowadays a family only include 3 ~ 4 people, so the leftover turkey after Thanksgiving day will be a headache for all housewife. So how to deal with it?
However, not everyone knows how to reheat a smoked turkey without drying it out. Reheating smoked turkey is to process it with heat a second time. It is easy to overcook it and take away all the tenderness and juiciness of a delicious turkey.
After a few failures, I gain some experience when warming smoked turkey, especially a whole one. I can tell you that it is not difficult to reheat a turkey and keep it tender. Here is how I do it.