Bethel Lower Elementary students share 'How to Cook a Turkey'

Bethel Lower Elementary students share 'How to Cook a Turkey'

Bethel Lower Elementary

Mrs. Epperley

PreK

Daxton Barlow – You put chicken in it. You put ham. You get cheese and put it in it and apples and seeds. You cook it and it smells like chicken and it tastes like chicken.

Wes Burke – Cook a turkey with chicken and burgers and gummy worms.

Prince Carey – Get a cookie with the turkey and you cook it and you eat it.

Korbyn Childers – You get it from the chicken pen and cook it on the stove and you eat it.

Eli Cobb – From the farm. Cook it in the stove for 20 minutes for 30. Then eat it.

Addilyn Davis – Get it from Walmart. You cook it on a pan for like 20 minutes at very hot in the oven.

Bentley DelosSantos – I’d cut it up, put it in the oven, then I’d eat it.

Kennedy Eropkin – You get a turkey from the woods. You cook it. Then you eat it.

Audrey Freeman – You put it in the stove and you cook it and you put sauce in it.

Oakley Gearhardt – Shoot it and then cut it up. Put it in a pan and just eat it.

Karlie Gibson – Get it in the woods. Cook in the oven for 5 minutes and you eat it.

Brayden Hobart – You get the turkey from McDonald’s and you cook it. Then you eat it.

Jessie Kuchynka – You put it in a pan. Then put it in the oven. Then give it to your kids.

Ember Luna – You cook eggs and chicken.

Mason Mahan – Get it from a farm and cook it on the stove and you eat it.

Josie Morton – Get turkey from the store. Cook in kitchen in oven for one hour on super hot.

Gabe Samsal – Put it in the microwave for 6. It gets really hot.

Bethel Lower Elementary

Mrs. Garoutte

PreK

Toby Affentranger – Put it in the oven for 2 minutes. Take it out of the oven. Open up the turkey and take some chocolate and stuff it in. Then put it back in the oven. Then take it out. Take the bones out and put them in the oven for a long time and then let them melt in the turkey. Then take it out of the oven and eat it!

Kolt Bernhardt – I would first go out into the woods and bring my gun and shoot the turkey. Then I would load it into my truck. Then I’d drive home. Then I would unload the turkey from the truck and take it up to my porch. Then I would pull all the feathers off and cut the head off. Then I’d bring it inside and cook it for eight hours on the grill. Then I would put the thermometer in it and see how hot it is. When it is 10 degrees, it’s finished. I’ll take it off the grill and put it on the table. Then I’d get the candles and extra tables out of the attic. Then I’d light the candles on the tables and then I’d invite all my families and we eat.

Ensley Byars – Put frosting on it. Then put salad on it. Then put it in the oven for seven minutes. Then take it out and eat it.

Ryan Campbell – Put ketchup on it. Put pepperoni on it. Put cheese on it. Put it in the oven for six minutes. Then eat it.

James Carper – He ran away at first, and I had to chase him. I grabbed him and threw him on the ground. Then I cut him in half. Then I put pepperonis on him. Then I cooked him for two years in the oven. Then I ate him.

Callie Cunningham – Don’t put anything on it. Eeeewww! Put it in a pan. Put it in the stove for 5 minutes. Then eat it.

Timothy Duke – Cook it for four minutes in the oven at Nana and Papa’s house. Take it out and put bologna on it. Put some macaroni and cheese on it and then eat it.

Jaxon Foreman – First, put bacon on it. Then add some candy bars and biscuits and gravy. Then cook it in the microwave for 100 minutes. Then cut it in half. Put sauce on it and then eat it.

Brooklynn Gamble – Put some tater tots on it. Put some chicken nuggets and soup on it. Cook it in the oven for five minutes. Then just eat it.

Ruby Griffith – Put gravy on it. Put macaroni on it. Cook it in the microwave for two minutes. Then sit it out and eat it.

Deyla Heap of Birds – I would cook it at my house. Then I would go to sleep. When I wake up, I will eat it.

Wyatt Hill – First, chop the turkey. Put some ham and cheese on it. Then put it in the oven for 10 minutes. Then take it out and put it on the table. Then eat it.

Carter Nowlin – First, put salad on it. Then put it in the oven to cook. Cook it for seven minutes. Then you eat it.

Hadlee Pinkston – Put some ham and turkey on it. Put some cheese on it. Cook it in the oven for 6 minutes. Take it out and check it. Then put it back in the oven for 20 minutes. Then I’d put my mom in the oven with it because she probably tastes really good! When it’s done, take it out. Eat it!

Henry Purin – First, you have to kill it. Then, you boil it. Then cook some chocolate. Put hot water on the turkey. Put some frosting on it. Put some lemon juice and a few lemons on it. Then I would break the bones out of it. Then I would put some of the chocolate that I made on it. Then I would put a cow face on it with frosting. Then eat it.

Everett Quirk – First, get some chocolate and boil it. Then boil the turkey, too. Boil it for one minute. Then put hot sauce on it to make it spicy for my dad because he likes hot sauce. Then, my dad will eat it. I’m not going to eat it because I don’t like hot sauce.

Clara Smith – First, I would put some turkey on it. Then cook in the oven for about 10 minutes. Then I put some salt on it and put it in the microwave. Then, I would put it in the oven again. Then, I put it on my table and I eat it.

Grace Staats – Boil it for six minutes. Then put salt on it. Then put chocolate on it. Then cook it for five more minutes. Then put it in the oven for six minutes. Then eat it.

Jace Stein – Put cheese and ham on it. Cook it in the fire for eighty forty minutes. Then eat it.

Brielle Tapley – Cook it like a parent. Put it in the oven at 40 degrees for 50 minutes. Then eat it.

Bethel Lower Elementary

Mrs. Wade

PreK

Gavin Anderson – My mom cooks it. She stuffs it up with pepperoni. She puts it in the microwave. Then it’s done.

Tayla Arnold – She has never cooked a turkey.

James Barnes – Get a turkey at the barn. Put pepper on it. Cook it on the stove. Let it cool off and eat it.

Chloe Boatman – My mom cooks a turkey. My mom cooks a dog.

Aislin Branson – Put it in the oven. Squish it up. Put some gravy on it. Put some eggs and cookies on it.

Makenna Compton – Put it on the oven. Cook it. Then we eat it.

Aspyn Menhusen – Cutting it. Cooking it. Then in the oven. Put salt on it. Then eat it.

Bailey Davidson – You put it on the oven. Then you bake it. You eat it. You gobble it up.

Rebecca Harris – My mom knows how to buy own. Put in the oven. Put salt on it. That how we make it. Put pepper on it. Put on the table. We eat turkey.

Mia Hernandez – We put hot sauce on it first. Then salt. Then gummy bears. Then hot sauce again. Then candy and gum. Then we made a turkey.

Christa Kite – Cook it with chicken.

Lukas Lomeli – Put it in the oven. Then take it out. Then eat it.

Jentrie Menefee – We eat chicken nuggets.

Calob Newby – You eat. Hand. Turkey. Eat it.

Raiden Peltier – I think you shoot the turkey first. Then you bring it to your house. Then you put it in the oven and then you take it out and put it on the dinner table and get a poker thingy and see how hot it is. And you blow on it when you eat it.

Bella Spiwak – At a store you buy it. Daddy cooks it. First you put it on a stove in a pan. Then cook it. I think he puts salt on it. Then you put it on a plate. Then you get a fork and eat it.

Khloe Webb – My mommy doesn’t know how to bake a turkey. She bakes everything wrong.

Greyson Wellman – In the oven. Cut it. Cut it up. Eat it.

Carsten Winsett – You get a turkey and cut it and make a turkey. You eat it ‘cause turkeys are yummy in my tummy.

Bethel Lower Elementary

Mrs. Anderson

Kindergarten

Addison Buckley – You get the turkey from shooting it. Then you cook it on the stove. Then you eat it.

Kade Caudle – Get a turkey from a farm already dead. Cut all the feathers and the head off. Put the turkey in a pot with some sugar. Stir it up really well. Put it in the oven for 6 hours. Make sure the oven is really hot. Take it out of the oven. Cut it up and eat it.

Karrie Childers – Kill it and put it in the oven. Cook on high for 10 minutes. Take out and eat.

Aubrey Cobb – Chop its wings and head off. Put green garlic seasoning, pepper, and butter on it. Put in oven for 30 minutes at 4 degrees. Cool it off. Eat.

Lizzy Eropkin – The turkey comes from the woods. We put on pepper. We check to make sure it is not too spicy. The oven is 86 degrees. Cook it for 5 minutes, I guess. I don’t want to burn it. Then we eat it.

Eva Gibbons – Put seasoning in it. Put it in a pot. Mix it up with a mixing spoon. Put it on the stove. Set the stove on 10 degrees for 15 minutes.

Nico Hernandez – You take it out of the package. Then you put spicy stuff on it. You put it in the oven. You put it on 400 degrees for 49 seconds. You take it out and then you eat it.

Braelyn Humphrey – Shoot it. Salt and pepper it. Cook at a warm temperature for 16 minutes.

Jolee Kirkwood – The turkey comes from a farm. Put it in the oven at 4 degrees for probably 6 hours. Then put it on a plate on the table and just eat it.

Brennalee Kneese – The ingredients are bread and chicken. The bread chicken turkey comes from the oven. You put salt and pepper and salsa on it. Before you cook it, you put water inside of it. You stuff it with pepperoni, salt, and pepperoni pizza. You put ketchup and mustard in it. I like mustard and they are going to love what I made! You cook it at 27 degrees for twenty minutes. Then you put deer inside of the turkey. You put flour in it and smash, smash, smash it. Then bake it again. Then it’s ready to eat!

Janessa Mick – Put it in the oven and wait for it. Put the oven on 12. Cook it for 11 minutes. Get it out of the oven and eat it.

Tripp Motley – A turkey comes from the forest. First, you have to shoot the turkey. Then, cut all the skin off. You put salt and pepper on it. Put it in the oven at 40 degrees and cook it for 6 minutes. When it’s done, you take it out of the oven. Then you call people over to come eat it.

Kashen Perkins – Cook it with salt and a pan. You cook with a turkey. You don’t cook with candy, right? You can cook a turkey with salt and pepper at 5 degrees. Then flip the turkey over. Yep! That’s right! You can put it on a plate and eat it.

Ledger Schlegel – First, you get a turkey from the store. Then you put it in the oven for twelve minutes. After it’s done cooking, you put foil on top. Then you eat it!

August Self – Get the turkey from the farm. Put it on the grill and put barbeque on it. Add some mustard, bacon, and meat. Turn the heat up a little bit and cook for 15 hours. You know it’s done when it’s cooked.

Stella Slaton – Turkeys come from the store. Put some vinegar, maybe some ketchup, and some flour on it. And I’m not putting anymore sauce on it. Then I would cook it on 5 degrees for 6 minutes. Take it out, cut it up, put it on a plate, and then I will eat it.

Emalee Southers – Get it from the farm. Put it in the oven, take it out, take its head off, and put seasoning on it.

R.T. – Cut the turkey. Put it in the oven. Pull it out of the oven. Serve it.

Bodee White – First, you get a turkey from the farm. Grab it by the neck, put it on the stove, and pull the feathers off. Next put on hot sauce, pepperoni, cheese, and ham. Put it in the oven for 153 and cook it for 60 minutes. Take it out and put it on the table. Get drinks and eat it.

Waylon Wilkerson – You put some meat in it. Then you put some salt on it and you put the oven on hot and bake it. You put sausage in it then you blow on it until it gets cooler. Then you eat it.

Andy Wilson – Get the turkey from the farm. Cut the turkey. Set the turkey for 10 minutes in the oven. Eat the turkey.

Lydia Winchester – We get the turkey from the farm. You put it in the oven. Then you get it out and put it for your whole family.

Bethel Lower Elementary

Mrs. Ingersoll

Transitional Kindergarten

Harlow Barnett – You put feathers and a face on it. Then you put legs on it. Put a tail on it. Then cook it for 2 minutes. Put hot sauce on it and make a happy face.

Kaleb Beals – You put sauce and water on it. You cook it in a pan for very long. Put salt on it and then eat it.

McKinney Beals – You put it in the oven and boil it like my daddy does for a LONG time. You take it out and check it with a turkey checker thing to see if it is done or not. You cut it up and that’s about it.

Grayson Brooks – You get a turkey from Shawnee. Then you cook it for 6 minutes. Put chocolate cookies on it. Cut it up and eat it.

Brantley Brown – You cook it. You put sprinkles on it. Then you put frosting on it. You put a candle on it. Then you put your mouth on it and eat it.

Desiree Burgess – You get a turkey in the woods. Then you eat it.

Brendan Cloud – You get a turkey from the zoo or you get turkey on a dirt road and have them chase you like I did when I was two years old. Then you cook it really hot for 20 minutes. Then you put cheese on it. Then you eat it.

Adley Davis – You kill it. You bake it a little bit hot. Then you eat it.

Lexi Haynes – You go buy a turkey from FireLake. Then you cook it on the stove for 13-15 hours. Then you put salt and pepper on it and cook it some more. After that, you cut it and eat it while playing on your tablet.

Allie Hays – You mix it up. Then you bake it. You have to put it in ithe oven for 27 minutes at 2. Wait, then you eat it.

Emma Ingram – You get a turkey from the dollar store. You bake it for 6 minutes very hot. Then you draw a face with icing. Cut it up and eat it.

Damien Ketcherside – You get one from the store. I just don’t know how to cook a turkey. My momma don’t cook ‘em.

Asher Ledbetter – Get a turkey from the grocery store. Then you cook it in the stove for 6 seconds really hot. Then you eat it.

Aubrie Lee – You get your turkey from the store. Then you put it in a pan. We put sparkles on it. Put it in the stove for a little bit then eat it.

Keira Motley – Grandma puts some sauce on it to make it taste good. She cooks it in the oven for two hours. She puts some salt on it and some other tricky stuff. Then she cuts it up and we eat it.

Michael Poston – You get a turkey from the woods while you go camping. You shoot the turkey and scrape away the feathers. You put a cherry on it and put it in the oven for 20 minutes on a real big, hot temp. Then you take it out and put a little bit of vanilla ice cream and cupcakes on it. Then you eat it.

Krislee Stout – Nana cooks our turkey. She gets it from the turkey store. She cooks it in the microwave for 100 minutes. She puts frosting on it, then we eat it.

Bracket Wilson – You need to go get a turkey and heat it up. You have to put meat on it. Then you cook it in the oven for 2 minutes. Then you eat it.

Bethel Lower Elementary

Mrs. Marlow

Kindergarten

Kaydee Jo Anthony – When you put it in the oven, then you like put it to 100 degrees and you eat it and when you get done with it you put it in the refrigerator.

Jasper Barnett – You shoot a turkey from nature. You put bacon and mustard and ketchup and that’s so yummy. Cook that turkey at 42 degrees for 40 minutes. This turkey will taste yummy.

Essence Carey – You go pick out your turkey at a farm. Take it home. First put salt and pepper on it. Then put it in the oven. Take it out. Now put all kinds of veggies around it. Cut it up and serve to your family. Now that’s how you make a Thanksgiving Day turkey.

Jaicye Carter – First you put it in the oven, and then take its skin off. You cook it for 5 minutes. Then you cut it up with a knife. Then I eat it then I eat some more.

Landyn Clark – Go to the store get a 14 pound turkey. Put carrots, tomatoes, lettuce, potatoes, and broccoli in it. Put seasoning and garlic on top of it. Then put in oven for 6 minutes. Then eat it. The End

Peyton Clark – Go to the store and buy a turkey. Bring it home and put cheese, lettuce, and ham on it. Then put it in an oven that’s not very hot and cook it for 10 minutes and then eat it.

Paisley Farris – Cook it for 5 hours. When done, pull off the feathers, pull chicken apart, put it on the bone. Then you eat it.

Karsten Furr – Put icing on it and put it on the grill for 60 seconds. Then take off and put in the microwave for 60 seconds. Eat it hot or cold.

London Gamble – Put stuff on it. Put in a pan, lay in oven, and have a cook out for about 9 hours and eat it with green beans and spaghetti and corn.

Noah Gascon – Put in oven for 30 minutes. Put strawberries and bananas on it. Also, cook with grapes. Cook at 19 degrees and it will be just right.

Bentley Logan – You get the turkey from a farm and you cook it in the oven for 11 hours at 48 degrees. Then you eat it.

Michela Macri – First wash it off. Next dry it off. Next put some salt on it to make it kinda salty. Now put some pepper and whatever else you want to do to it. Cook it in the oven at 3 degrees so it doesn’t get too smoky and have a fire. Let it cook 5 hours and 40 minutes. Then take it out of the oven and cut it up and give everyone a bite.

Loretta Mallory – I would cook it in the oven for 45 minutes then bring it out and eat it with salt and ketchup.

Jayda Martinez – First you put some oil on it. Then put it in the oven. Cook it for 10 hours. Then you eat it. It tastes good with chicken and carrots and potatoes.

Indya Menhusen – You get the turkey from the store and bring it home. You don’t do anything special; just put it in the oven for 18 minutes. Put it on your plate when it comes out and eat it with a roll and macaroni and cheese.

Harper Nichols – A turkey comes from the woods and you hunt it. Then you bake it. Then you eat it after you bake it. You cook it in the oven with salt and pepper at 20 degrees for 20 minutes. To get the feathers off you have to cut them off with a knife.

Josie Owens – You kill a turkey. You cook it in the stove for 25 minutes at 100 degrees. You put season and apples and carrots on the side. Then you eat it.

Kyle Peck – The turkey comes from a farm and you will cook it for 40 minutes on the stove and you cook it with a lizard.

Maccie Roberson – You get a turkey from a farm. Pull the feathers out and cut off its head and legs. Put it on a tray and salt it. Put some butter inside it. Cook it in the oven at 3 degrees for 3 minutes. Take it out of the oven and cut it. Then eat it.

Amelia Wilson – I would shoot a turkey; pull all of its feathers off. Take my knife and cut it up in to little pieces, chunk it in the oven at 235 degrees for 45 minutes. Listen for its ding-ding. Then take it out of the oven and eat it all by myself. And when asked by her older brother if she would share, she replied again, no I would eat it all by myself!

Bethel Lower Elementary

Mrs. Tatum

Kindergarten

Rylee Allen – The turkey comes from a chicken. You put salt, pepper, and sauce on it. Put it on the stove. Cook it at 50 degrees for 13 minutes. Take it out of the oven and eat it!

Camreon Beals – Kill the turkey with a gun. Then take the feathers off and put sugar on it and spread it around. Put some tomatoes on it. Put it in the smoker for 20 minutes at 22 degrees. Then take it out and eat it.

Autumn Belvin – You cut it up. Put some seasonings on it. Then you put butter on it. Stick on a pan and put it in oven at 350 degrees for 4 hours. Take it out and chow down on it! If there are leftovers, you can eat it for lunch the next day!

Hank Carter – Get a turkey from the store. You take the leaves off. And then you cook it. I don't know how long to cook it for. Then eat it!

Jakori Dodson – First use the stove. Cool it for 30 seconds at 37 degrees. Put pineapple sauce on top of it. After it's done, you serve it with more meat.

Nathan Enoch – By cutting it in half. Then you put cheeseburgers and lettuce on it. Then you stick it in the oven for 3 minutes. Then you can eat it.

Ava Griffith – Preheat the oven to 3 degrees. Season the turkey with season salt. Put it in the oven for 15 minutes then enjoy your turkey.

Sadie Lee – First you go to the store and buy a turkey. You then take it home to cook it. I would put salt and pepper on it and I would put it directly in the oven for five minutes straight at 245 degrees. I would get it out and put salad by it and tomatoes by it. I would then put some "Chef Tony's" seasoning on it and slice it up and eat it.

Tatum Luschen – You get it and put it in the microwave. You let it sit in there for a minute and you can eat it. You stuff a turkey with chicken. You cook it at 966. Turkeys are yummy. Turkeys are healthy. Turkeys like to walk around.

Abel Nix – A turkey comes from a rooster. You buy the turkey at Dollar General, down the road from the house. You have to cut it and put a stick inside it so you can turn it. You have to put paper under it so it doesn't get dirty. Next you put red and blue food coloring on it and then wrap it with that metal paper. Cook it in the oven at 22 degrees for 2 hours. Take it out and eat it with macaroni, mashed potatoes, and pasta. You can eat the leftovers for 3 days.

Lucy Page – 1) A turkey comes from God.

2) You put salt on the turkey.

3) Place the turkey in a bowl.

4) You must take all the fur off.

5) You cook the turkey on 100 degrees in the oven.

6) You cook the turkey until you hear the beeping sound.

7) Then you get the turkey out of the oven and you eat after the blessing.

Aubrey Qualls – You get a turkey and you slice it. You slice the turkey. When you slice the turkey, it makes the meat. You put it in a pot in the oven and cook it on 500 degrees for 5 minutes. That's it. Then you eat it.

Ryan Rose – Cut his head off first. Put the turkey in the oven at 50 degrees and cook for 30 minutes. Then cut the feet, wings, and feathers off and eat it.

Gage Stevenson – A turkey comes from a barn. Uhmm, eat it to prepare it. Uhmm, butter and salt and pepper. Temperature is 55. Cook it for about 20 minutes. Uhmm put it only in the oven. So if you put it on the top then it might not get hot.

Lara Steward – Hunt the turkey with a mini gun at night. We pick out the feathers with tweezers and then dig out the guts with pliers. Scrape the guts off the pan into the trash. Cook turkey at 90 degrees for 60 minutes. Put the turkey on a big glass plate. Pour "Simple Simon's" Alpine dressing over the top and eat with salad around it.

Lillyann Tabor – You get it from the wilderness then take it to where you were at. Leave it plain then put it on the grill for 15 minutes at 15 degrees. Once it's done, you put something special on it like special seasoning. When it's Thanksgiving, you eat it.

Madeline Tatom – You have to get some chicken, some flour, some milk, some bread. Then you put it in the oven and let it cook for two minutes.  You can put a rainbow on top of it and a candle and a stick goes inside of it.  Pull the turkey apart and put it on someone's plate.  Then they eat it.

Ali Thomas – A turkey comes from the woods and you put it on a Big D's smoker.

Gabriel Tubbs – First you start the oven without anything in it.  Then you put the turkey in it.  Then you put pepper and salt on it.  Then you put butter on it.  Then you put that stuff in the turkey.  Then it is done.  Then we put it on the table with a big plate.

Jacie Vasquez – You need a turkey.  You get it from God.  You put onions and tomatoes on it.  You put it in a pan.  Cook it on medium temperature for about 3 minutes.  Get it out of the oven and say a prayer and then eat it. 

NOTE: Be sure to pick up a copy of Thursday's News-Star, which includes these turkey letters and more photos, along with Black Friday ads.