I've been doing some recipe research of roasting the perfect turkey and I found an interesting way to cook it this year thanks to Martha Stewart. She suggests cooking the turkey breast side down (upside down) here's why....

It actually makes perfect sense, all the juices will, through gravity end up in the breast meat which is the part that typically ends up dried out by turning the turkey upside down all the juices flow to the breast meat...here's Martha Stewart's Upside Down Turkey recipe

...and now all the crazy questions people ask when they call the Butterball turkey hotline...