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Old 10-28-2011, 01:43 PM   #1
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Two turkeys on the kettle with apple wood for a demonstration at the local Hardware Store.[attachment=0:3fpbxjfu]uploadfromtaptalk1319827222623.jpg[/attachment:3fpbxjfu]

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Old 10-28-2011, 02:02 PM   #2
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Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
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Re: Birdies

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Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
I can even see the life-sized hole where he took out that dumb pop-up temperature probe.

I bet it's starting to smell real good around that big hardware store.

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Old 10-28-2011, 03:40 PM   #4
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Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
I can even see the life-sized hole where he took out that dumb pop-up temperature probe.

I bet it's starting to smell real good around that big hardware store.

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Actually, those holes are from the needle I used to inject the brine. The Lil' Butterballs don't have the pop up probes for some reason........if they did I was gonna send them to Nick.
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Old 10-28-2011, 03:55 PM   #5
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Done. (If you're using the Tapatalk app, use their host vs. the forums and the pic's won't be huge)


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Old 10-28-2011, 04:04 PM   #6
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Re: Birdies

[quote=Larry Wolfe]
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Originally Posted by "Bob In Fla.":2okz8605
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Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
I can even see the life-sized hole where he took out that dumb pop-up temperature probe.

I bet it's starting to smell real good around that big hardware store.

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Actually, those holes are from the needle I used to inject the brine. The Lil' Butterballs don't have the pop up probes for some reason........if they did I was gonna send them to Nick.[/quote:2okz8605]


Damn it, I missed out again! Why a demo at the hardware store?
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Old 10-28-2011, 04:15 PM   #7
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote="Larry Wolfe":1nzfgnwm]
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Originally Posted by "Bob In Fla.":1nzfgnwm
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Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
I can even see the life-sized hole where he took out that dumb pop-up temperature probe.

I bet it's starting to smell real good around that big hardware store.

BOB
Actually, those holes are from the needle I used to inject the brine. The Lil' Butterballs don't have the pop up probes for some reason........if they did I was gonna send them to Nick.[/quote:1nzfgnwm]


Damn it, I missed out again! Why a demo at the hardware store?[/quote:1nzfgnwm]

They are a big Weber Dealer and want me to demo the Kettles and they asked me to cook 3 turkeys. I will do one there and the other 2 are already done.
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Old 10-28-2011, 05:24 PM   #8
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Nick Prochilo":3pw6m2qr][quote="Larry Wolfe":3pw6m2qr]
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Originally Posted by "Bob In Fla.":3pw6m2qr
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Originally Posted by bbquzz
Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
I can even see the life-sized hole where he took out that dumb pop-up temperature probe.

I bet it's starting to smell real good around that big hardware store.

BOB
Actually, those holes are from the needle I used to inject the brine. The Lil' Butterballs don't have the pop up probes for some reason........if they did I was gonna send them to Nick.[/quote:3pw6m2qr]


Damn it, I missed out again! Why a demo at the hardware store?[/quote:3pw6m2qr]

They are a big Weber Dealer and want me to demo the Kettles and they asked me to cook 3 turkeys. I will do one there and the other 2 are already done.[/quote:3pw6m2qr]


Very cool! What's in it for you?
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Old 10-28-2011, 05:35 PM   #9
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[quote=Nick Prochilo][quote="Larry Wolfe":sjkao7f6][quote="Nick Prochilo":sjkao7f6][quote="Larry Wolfe":sjkao7f6]
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Originally Posted by "Bob In Fla.":sjkao7f6
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Originally Posted by bbquzz
Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
I can even see the life-sized hole where he took out that dumb pop-up temperature probe.

I bet it's starting to smell real good around that big hardware store.

BOB
Actually, those holes are from the needle I used to inject the brine. The Lil' Butterballs don't have the pop up probes for some reason........if they did I was gonna send them to Nick.[/quote:sjkao7f6]


Damn it, I missed out again! Why a demo at the hardware store?[/quote:sjkao7f6]

They are a big Weber Dealer and want me to demo the Kettles and they asked me to cook 3 turkeys. I will do one there and the other 2 are already done.[/quote:sjkao7f6]


Very cool! What's in it for you?[/quote:sjkao7f6]

The people have become friends and they give me a lot of stuff and treat me right. They pay for all the food charcoal, etc. Just my time and I like hanging out up there, good people. Small/New business and I wanna help them stay open and hopefully sell some grills for them.
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[quote=Larry Wolfe][quote="Nick Prochilo":nkumlg7g][quote="Larry Wolfe":nkumlg7g][quote="Nick Prochilo":nkumlg7g][quote="Larry Wolfe":nkumlg7g]
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Originally Posted by "Bob In Fla.":nkumlg7g
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Originally Posted by bbquzz
Is it a big hardware store ... That is one big ass picture .. life sized turkeys
I can even see the life-sized hole where he took out that dumb pop-up temperature probe.

I bet it's starting to smell real good around that big hardware store.

BOB
Actually, those holes are from the needle I used to inject the brine. The Lil' Butterballs don't have the pop up probes for some reason........if they did I was gonna send them to Nick.[/quote:nkumlg7g]


Damn it, I missed out again! Why a demo at the hardware store?[/quote:nkumlg7g]

They are a big Weber Dealer and want me to demo the Kettles and they asked me to cook 3 turkeys. I will do one there and the other 2 are already done.[/quote:nkumlg7g]


Very cool! What's in it for you?[/quote:nkumlg7g]

The people have become friends and they give me a lot of stuff and treat me right. They pay for all the food charcoal, etc. Just my time and I like hanging out up there, good people. Small/New business and I wanna help them stay open and hopefully sell some grills for them.[/quote:nkumlg7g]


During one of our summer conversations you mentioned how well they treated you. That's cool stuff!
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Old 10-28-2011, 07:09 PM   #11
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Apple wood huh?
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Apple wood huh?
Yeah, it comes from an Apple tree.

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Those look GREAT from here. The size isn't quite as impressive, but I'd sure like a few sample slices between a couple slices of bread. A little Mayo and some black pepper would round it out just fine. Cold beer would be nice too, but beggers can't be choosers.

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peach wood might be good, too
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Old 10-29-2011, 10:29 AM   #14
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Fine looking birdies. The one on the left reminds me of one of my ex wives.
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Meaty wings?

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Great looking turkeys!!!!
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