Kamala Harris shares the viral video on how to cook roast turkey

Vice President Kamala Harris ’2019 video, which offers tips for marinating Thanksgiving turkey, is spreading faster on social media than you can pass the sauce.

The video was recorded and published Twitter Jonathan Capehart, a Washington Post journalist who sought Harris’s advice on cooking turkey when preparing to appear on MSNBC’s “PoliticsNation”. Capehart recorded the advice of her husband, Nick, whom Harris deals with in the video.

In the clip, the then senator shares recipes for wet and dry saline solutions, although he thinks dry saline is lighter, suggesting that the turkey be flavored with kosher salt and thyme 48 hours earlier.

Before the turkey enters the oven, it is recommended to comb the butter, even more salt, freshly ground pepper, thyme and possibly rosemary, and rub the mixture all over the turkey and under the skin.

“Just like that baby foamed outside and in the cavity,” he explains.

Finally, he tastes his turkey with a “nice big bottle of cheap white wine.”

According to a user of TikTok @feministmama, Harris Turkey is the best he has ever “made” and turned into an instructional video alongside the recipe. I liked the video more than 1.3 million times.

Harris didn’t just share the roast turkey recipe with his fans. Earlier this week, he published his family’s cornbread recipe Twitter.

“I’ve always turned to cooking in hard times,” Harris wrote. “This year, I wanted to share with you one of my family’s favorite Thanksgiving recipes. I hope that whenever I manage to make it in life, it will bring as much warmth as it has brought me – even if I have broken away from those I love.”

The day before Thanksgiving, Harris and her husband, Doug Emhoff, visited DC Central Kitchen in Washington DC to thank the volunteers who are preparing food for those who are facing food shortages during the COVID-19 epidemic.

Emhoff announced that food insecurity will be one of his top issues when he wins his second gentleman role.

DC Central Kitchen is a non-profit organization that serves healthy food to local families and has been training people with the culinary skills needed for restaurant work since 1989.