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PostPosted: Wed Nov 22, 2017 12:40 pm 
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I'll be back 5 lbs. heavier (YSS, here I come!) :lol:

Be Thankful and Enjoy your Holiday!

Let's check in on Matt...
looks like he's out and about doing door-to-door "Turkey"




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Cheers indeed!

A little history about the Pilgrims. I was fortunate enough to visit here and it brought some clarity to all the stories I read in the history books growing up. :geek:



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What some people don't know, because history is being forgotten, is that Jamestown, Virginia was the first permanent English settlement. It was established in 1607. Still, coming to a strange place that has no protection from the elements and unknown dangers and setting up a town is extremely difficult... and very, very scary. To all of the pilgrims of the past I say, "Thanks you."

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PostPosted: Thu Nov 23, 2017 12:20 pm 
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Oh noooo....my Turkey ran away :cry:

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Mine was eaten. Sorry Buddy. Never make a turkey a pet the day before Thanksgiving. :-/

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Funny and True, He spotted the cutlery!
Leftovers? :lol: Share?

So, I've read/heard that a Deep Fried Turkey is the Best. Tastier, tenderer and the fastest way to get the job done. It's dangerous though (saw a video) :o OIL!! .... Boiling Oil!

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Did anyone deep fry their bird?

I think homie deep fried his bird last year(?) :roll:

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I put a certain amount of water in the baking tray, cover in foil and as cooking progresses, and the natural fluids come out, I remove some of the fluid. I then uncover and brown at the end.

Cook from a cold oven and allow 20 minutes at the end to settle.

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We deep fried a couple over the years. Very tasty and very fast, but LOTS of oil that you have to do something with. The first time, we made doughnuts afterwards - what the heck, we had gallons of hot oil. If you choose to repeat, I strongly suggest making the doughnuts first. While the dog enjoyed turkey doughnuts for a week or so, the humans did not.

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GeorgeSK wrote:
We deep fried a couple over the years. Very tasty and very fast, but LOTS of oil that you have to do something with. The first time, we made doughnuts afterwards - what the heck, we had gallons of hot oil. If you choose to repeat, I strongly suggest making the doughnuts first. While the dog enjoyed turkey doughnuts for a week or so, the humans did not.

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