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    Default Frying or Smokin for Thanksgiving

    I do one of each, Texas style smoked turkey and cajun fried turkey

    Also will fry couple others for my Secretary and her family

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    Big 4th down play

    TD COOTS. Nice play

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    Gonna smoke a chicken and deer ham I think.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tprice View Post
    Big 4th down play

    TD COOTS. Nice play
    Someone got a little heavy into the Woodford during Clemson game.

    I’m not in charge of a turkey yet, but I’ll supply some back straps that have been called, “the best-tasting deer I’ve ever had”.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tprice View Post
    Big 4th down play

    TD COOTS. Nice play
    Thanks?

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    I will be glued like a Blue Heron on a riverbank, watching my Mom bake this turkey as they have for more generations than honkies hit the beach. I have to get this right...

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    Literally translated to, "I smell like Scotch and Kodiak".
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    Traditional roasted turkey for the family dinner. Im also frying a smaller bird for the boys; they each get half a bird to take home as leftovers.


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    Big easy Turkey and a lot of grilled and smoked doves and a back strap some how. Who’s got a good back strap recipe to try.

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    Smoked. If you could call it that. We cook them on the Orion.

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    We fry whole chickens like you would a turkey. Far superior.
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    I will smoke something on the egg just because why not...

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    Frying a couple.

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    Willk said it best in another thread.
    Smoked>fried>baked

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    I’m going rabbit hunting and letting my uncle handle the turkey
    Houndsmen are born, not made

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    I STAND WITH DUCK CUTTER!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GreenHeadRocker View Post
    Willk said it best in another thread.
    Smoked>fried>baked
    Haha. Thank you. Now I don't have to repeat myself for the kids in the back.
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    Any pointers on frying would be much appreciated as this’ll be my first go round. This is the first year my mother is unable and I was delegated the task of the turkey.
    Get out among the mountains and trees, friend, as soon as you can. They will do more for you than either man or woman could. Theodore Roosevelt to John Muir after his wife's passing in 1905.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tjm84 View Post
    Any pointers on frying would be much appreciated as this’ll be my first go round. This is the first year my mother is unable and I was delegated the task of the turkey.
    Make sure you have the correct amount of oil in the pot.

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    And more importantly make sure the bird is thawed and dried. Water in the hot oil is going to make you wish you had a back up plan.

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    Smoking one. Spatchcock style
    "They are who we thought they were"

    You can dress a fat chick up, but you cant fix stupid

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