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Old 10-12-2005, 11:10 PM   #1
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Deep Frying Tips

Found this a while back. Hope you find it useful.

http://www.srcsd.com/pdf/fog-deepfry.pdf
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Old 12-03-2005, 08:18 AM   #2
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Since it's still the season I'd just like to add a "What Not to Do" ~ Don't deep fry your turkey, or anything else for that matter, in your garage! I was looking at some pics on another board and viewed the rest of their gallery and this just shocked the hell out of me. And here's a link to Basso's board with more..

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Wow how many stories have you read about someone burning their house down because they were deep frying in their garage?
I don't want to get into a big argument here about the pro's and con's of deep frying in your garage. I will only say that in your statement Steve you should have added "....burning their house down because THE IDIOTS DIDN'T FOLLOW THE INSTRUCTIONS while deep frying....."
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Since it's still the season I'd just like to add a "What Not to Do" ~ Don't deep fry your turkey, or anything else for that matter, in your garage! I was looking at some pics on another board and viewed the rest of their gallery and this just shocked the hell out of me. And here's a link to Basso's board with more..

Only thing missing from this pic is a half a case of empty beer cans, A couple of gas cans, And someone yelling " Hay Ya'll, watch this, Nice he parked the "pop up camper' in there too Traditional fried turkey in that house from now on. #-o I can hear the kid saying " My daddy done this all the time!" Not a extuingure in sight.
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Actually, the one big glaring item that is missing is the garden hose...ya know, to put the grease fire out with!!

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Plus, there is cardboard on the floor under the fryer!!! Very nice and safe!!
That should make clean up a snap! Or maybe snap, crackle and pop!
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I always put cardboard under mine.
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Old 12-18-2005, 05:04 PM   #8
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Re: Deep Frying Tips

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Found this a while back. Hope you find it useful.

http://www.srcsd.com/pdf/fog-deepfry.pdf
Hey BigGQ thanks for the info I needed to read that again!! :biggrin:
Anytime, Steve Z.
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