Does anyone use Reynolds Oven Bags?
Last year I swore I would never make another turkey, because every one I've made turns out horrible. Overcooked, undercooked, dry, stringy, you name it - blech!
And now I'm thinking about Thanksgiving - which I am actually looking forward to - and I think I might have to cave on that "No Turkey" resolution. A business associate mentioned that she always uses Reynolds Oven Bags and finds them foolproof but I am a little skeptical. Roasting in a plastic bag sounds kind of scary to me, both from a health and a taste veiwpoint.
What do you experts say? Does anyone use them?