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Loophole LaRue, SASS #51438

How do you prepare your turkey?

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Thanksgiving at my house this year is Smoked ribs, homemade beef chili made with beef chunks, not ground whatever,  and if I can pull it off, a dessert of flaming bananas foster.

 

I have deep fried turkey, baked turkey, smoked turkey, made a cajun turkey over the years and they all turned out well, but. . . I don't like turkey!  So it is all about me from now on!

 

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For the last 30 years, DEEP FRIED TURKEY!  Best tasting, most moist, always positive comments, never fails to come out perfect.

 

Learned to deep fry turkey while living 25 years in Alabama.  Moved to Arizona and few had ever eaten deep fried turkey.  Now I deep fry turkeys for many of my neighbors.  We're going to have a big neighborhood potluck dinner before Christmas and I was requested to bring one of my deep fried turkeys.  Wife doesn't ever want to oven bake another turkey; always deep fry our turkeys, says she!! ^_^

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Feed it a last meal and whack off its head....Drain, clean the throw in oven....

 

Texas Lizard

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Big thick porterhouse cooked to perfection, baked sweet potato, baked beans, canned corn, and yeast rolls. 

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Wrongway sez, "I make him take a shower first...."  ;)

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The bird had his butter bath and his massage. He is now resting comfortably in his sleeping bag in a nice warm oven

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I  have  2 turkeys on the pellet    smoker right  now . 

 

One  for  lunch  to share with  the  family . 

 

One  for  me  as leftovers.   I love  turkey  sammiches with  miracle  whip.

 

I will  share  with  the  wife  unit.

 

Happy  thanksgiving  ya'll  

 

CS  

 

 

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And now -- finish processing the carcasses for scraps for cooking and sandwiches, then bones, skin, etc. all goes into a stock pot to boil down the base for turkey carcass soup.

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