For those that did not have tin kitchens, foul could be roasted on a string. Suspended in front of hot coals, the turkey could be turned simply by twisting the string. The turkey's juices could be gathered in a bowl below for gravy or for flavoring other dishes.
Old Sturbridge Village, Sturbridge, MA. My love of American history led me here and they know how to put you right into that history. They do a great job of demonstrating how Americans lived their lives, every aspect of their lives. Come visit a place where they live history.