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Old 08-28-2005, 05:17 AM   #1
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Turkey Leg cook photos

I know you shut ins are all enthralled with pictures. Here are some of my adventure with turkey legs yesterday. Everyone liked em, but I thought they were tough. These were HUGE legs and there were alot of those stringy tendons in them. Old birds I think? I dunno. I wasn't impressed. Also included is a tour of my wood collection. Woodman

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I dunno

Who's the most bored..... you for taking the pics or ME for lookin' at 'em.

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Did the customer like them??

I like all those pics...of course I could just drive by and see them in person too!
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Old 08-28-2005, 08:42 AM   #4
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I know you shut ins are all enthralled with pictures.
Well then ~ I ain't lookin' at them! Nope! Not me!! . . . . . . . . . .

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Woodleg, how long were the drumsticks on for? What temp did you cook them at?
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Old 08-28-2005, 02:23 PM   #6
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Nice s%#t there Woodman! Bring some of that wood to Texas next trip and I'll gie you some peach, pecan, mesquite and oak for some real hickory, APPLE =P~ , cherry and pear. How is that pear for flavor?
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Nick, 5 hours at 220. I bumped it up to 300 for the last half hour though.
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So looking at those pictures... Are we to assume that you brine turkey and foil butts?


And get that bottle of Rev Marvin's off that shelf and put it on some chicken! 8-[
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No, I don't think it is an assumption at all, but rather a simple deduction! You see , I am the defacto Dean of English here!

Also, good observation on the Rev Marvin's
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No, I don't think it is an assumption at all, but rather a simple deduction! ( I am the defacto Dean of English here).

Also, good observation there on the Rev Marvin's!
I was just stirring the pot... so to speak.
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