Nov 4, 2009 8:32 AM
You've done it. You've cooked the picture-perfect turkey: crispy brown skin, juicy interior, a scent to make grown men drop to their knees and weep with gratitude. But getting the damn bird out of the pan and onto the carving board or tray without dropping it on the floor or getting pan drippings everywhere? Not so easy. Instead of the traditional metal rack that's cumbersome and often ends up with the turkey stuck to it like glue, try using the Trudeau Silicone Rack and Lift ($18) this year. As we all know from baking, silicone is totally non-stick and won't get burning hot in the oven like metal will, so it's an ideal conveyance for all roasted meats. And you'll still be able to make killah gravy, since meat drippings will fall through the perforated bottom.