A few weeks ago I bought a Samsung Chef Collection oven. Quite expensive but comes with all the gadgets including a meat probe and steam cooking. Yesterday being Christmas Day, it was time to test it out with a 5kg turkey. I would have expected this to take around two and a half to three hours in a conventional oven. The Samsung has an auto cook feature, so I just selected the 5kg turkey option and followed the instructions to insert the probe and fill the water container. After this its just a matter of pressing the start button. No need to set temperature or time. Much to my surprise, just 55 minutes later the oven beeped and displayed cooking completed. The probe registered 90c in the centre of the turkey and it certainly looked cooked. Sticking a skewer into the breast and legs showed the juices running clear. Not wishing to food poison my guests, I manually cooked the turkey for another hour. Although tasty, It did seem a little over cooked, so I'm wondering if I should have trusted the technology. Could it really have been cooked so quickly? The instruction manual is rather vague on how the auto function and meat probe work and I'm wondering if anyone here has experience of using a Samsung or other make of this century which works like this?