Can you butter the turkey the night before?

Chef's answer
The bird should be prepared the night before. Mix the butter with the salt and freshly ground black pepper, then season the cavity of the bird. Rub the butter mix all over the turkey. ... Take the turkey out of the fridge and allow it to come to room temperature while the oven is heating up.
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Can you use butter to cook bacon? No, because the bacon already has some fat in it, which will help grease the pan. Not to mention, you need to start bacon in a cold pan
Healthwise, bacon fat is higher in monounsaturated (the so-called "good fat") fat than butter. Nor does it contain trans fat ("bad fat"), like margarine does.2 Oct 2019
You can use bacon grease instead of butter or shortening in all your favorite baked goods. Whip up a batch of cornbread, biscuits, or tortillas. Better yet, replace up to half of the butter in your favorite cookie recipe and enjoy those sweet and salty flavors!28 Feb 2019
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Put the pan over high heat, and leave it until it is extremely hot. Add 1T butter and 2T olive or canola oil to the pan and watch for the butter starting to brown. Place the steak into the pan and reduce the heat to medium, cooking the first side for 4-6 minutes. ... Picking the steak up with tongs, quickly sear the edges.
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