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Brush with baste on both sides and leave covered with cling film in the fridge for 20 minutes before brushing again.
It's a long night until the sun comes up and you baste yourself like a Thanksgiving turkey on the chaise lounges of the boat slip.
Balsamic vinegar is the base for a basil baste with rosemary, oregano, and honey.
Noon Baste the turkey and completely cover it in foil and turn down the heat to 180C/Gas 4.
Pour base mixture over the turkey and baste several times while cooking.
Chris Fitzgerald, Belfast ROAST poultry upside down until 30 minutes from the end of cooking, so the juices baste the breast.
It's especially important to regularly baste a slow-roasted joint with its cooking juices to prevent the meat's surface from drying out.
Meanwhile, baste the Porkinson Bangers by mixing the honey, soy, lime juice, tomato puree and Tabasco.
Roasting the bird at a high temperature produces crispy brown skin and moist meat without having to baste or turn the chicken during cooking,'' notes Rick Rodgers in ``Williams-Sonoma Essentials of Roasting.
Baste two to three times during cooking to keep succulent.
Roast for an additional 15 minutes, or until tender, making sure to baste occasionally.