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How do you cook your turkey?
Baked 60%  60%  [ 6 ]
Grilled 0%  0%  [ 0 ]
Deep-fry oil 10%  10%  [ 1 ]
Others 30%  30%  [ 3 ]
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My bother in law Brines everything, it is very good that way!!! :D

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That is a pretty yummy way to have it.

Jeez all this talk of food and I'm hungry!

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It made me happy to see the turkey as a delicious part of the meal and not a dried obstacle in need of gravy.

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I voted "Other" because we dont have Turkey, we do ham......

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Ham is good any day of the year.

2 years ago I was in the odd position of having Thanksgiving by myself. I wasn't up to the task of traveling to my family up in Oregon and the 'mates went to their house in Arizona, so I ordered the smallest catered dinner I could find, which ended up being a 10lb ham with everything.

I divided it up into quarters and freezing most of it. It was finished on Easter Sunday.

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'mates went to their house in Arizona,


Ok Andy how many mates fo you have? He He :twisted:

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Anyone ever had slan? It's like a slab of pure bacon fat that's smoked and cured. You can just slice it and eat, but I have been dreaming of a sandwich made from several FRIED slices of this stuff. I'm hoping the local Russian bakery/store will have it.

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isnt that "fat back"?

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Hi Corvus Kulde, sorry I haven't even heard of it. Does it taste like bacon?

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I don't know if it's a preparation or a cut of meat but it's good. I havn't tried it fried yet but it should taste like the best bacon you ever had.

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I don't know if it's a preparation or a cut of meat but it's good. I havn't tried it fried yet but it should taste like the best bacon you ever had.


Ok you you twisted my arm, I go out & buy some next week, it better be
good or else!! (just joking) :lol:

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'mates went to their house in Arizona,


Ok Andy how many mates fo you have? He He :twisted:


By ' 'mates' I refer to roommates. You all need therapy. :P

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fried ham is good :) we do both ham and turkey... we have a few picky family members

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One guest this year is Vegan, strict. I enjoy a good challenge!

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witchy wrote:Quote:'mates went to their house in Arizona,

Ok Andy how many mates fo you have? He He

By ' 'mates' I refer to roommates. You all need therapy.


Andy I think you holding your own!! ( Therapy Ha!!)

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