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    Talking Turkey

    Let us share ideas on preparing our fowl. Should we roast or fry? Let us not forget the smoker. Brine, wet or dry, or should we bother at all? Let us talk turkey.

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    deep fried
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      #3
      I roast mine. It's just the way we do, in my family. I carry the turkey tradition.

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        #4
        Turkey sucks ass. unless wild.

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          #5
          Originally posted by rab View Post
          Turkey sucks ass. unless wild.

          ham 4 me
          Agree. Brisket for me
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            #6
            I love a fried turkey, tis true. Tradition for my clan is a 40 hour wet brine followed by low and slow in the roasting pan. Hearken to the days of yon, who remembers watching for the red popper to signal the turkey was done? Was that on the Butterball's?

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              #7
              Originally posted by T Ord View Post
              I love a fried turkey, tis true. Tradition for my clan is a 40 hour wet brine followed by low and slow in the roasting pan. Hearken to the days of yon, who remembers watching for the red popper to signal the turkey was done? Was that on the Butterball's?
              My mother was a great cook. I didn't know that when I was young. I just thought every mom made good food. No.

              I've been the cook for the last 20 years. My wife tries to boil eggs in the toaster. The kitchen is a no-go zone for her.

              I make a great turkey dinner.
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                #8
                Originally posted by Steve28 View Post

                My mother was a great cook. I didn't know that when I was young. I just thought every mom made good food. No.

                I've been the cook for the last 20 years. My wife tries to boil eggs in the toaster. The kitchen is a no-go zone for her.

                I make a great turkey dinner.
                To be fair, her people's eat raw meat.

                Train her better.

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by HeavyHauler View Post

                  To be fair, her people's eat raw meat.
                  Not a joke, she really does/did. Whale blubber (muktuk), oh God she loves that, raw caribou and fish too. But they eat that frozen. Not muktuk, other meats are frozen when eating,
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                    #10
                    Originally posted by Night View Post

                    Agree. Brisket for me
                    Agree. I hoping my brother bbq's ribs again.
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                      #11
                      Originally posted by Radio View Post
                      We're smoking our turkey using apple, cherry, and apricot wood.
                      We smoked a turkey one and stuffed oranges in his cavity and basted it with orange juice. It was actually a juicy turkey
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                        #12
                        We're not having turkey this year in our Confederate remembrance meal. We're doing Italian food. Home made lasagne, manicotti, and other things. I don't know exactly what my dad is making but he said he didn't want turkey.
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                          #13
                          Originally posted by Radio View Post
                          We're smoking our turkey using apple, cherry, and apricot wood.
                          How long does that take?
                          Screw diplomacy...........bring it!

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                            #14
                            It will be a smoked turkey for me. I usually brine but, I'm intrigued by Night's experience with oranges. I usually cook ham or a venison haunch to accompany the turkey.
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                              #15
                              I wanna smoke a turkery.
                              It's not the size of the dog, in the fight. It's the size of the fight, in the dog.

                              No guts, no glory. All pain, and fury.

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