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Old 09-24-2006, 09:01 PM   #1
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Turkey & fattie

Well I deep fried a turkey today and did a couple of fatties. With trying to cook and watch the game I didn't have time for many pictures.

Sorry we ate some!



Oops, we ate it all!
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Old 09-24-2006, 09:09 PM   #2
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Looks good! I haven't had fried turkey since last Christmas. That is some good stuff! Judging from the carcass yall liked it too
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You deep fried the fatties?
No, they were smoked. But I bet you could deep fry those things!
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Deep fried turkey is the best.

I may have to give the fatty thing one more try. I like the the way you stuffed it. What all is in there ?
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Deep fried turkey is the best.

I may have to give the fatty thing one more try. I like the the way you stuffed it. What all is in there ?
Italian sausage meat rolled out flat, about 2 pounds. 4 ounces shreded provolone. 4 ounces priscuto. A couple of roasted red peppers and some pimentos. Was gonna throw some capers in but they didn't look to good, so they got $hitcanned. It's a great way to clean out the fridg, you can add most anything!
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Thanks Nick,

I will give it a try.
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Nick I would compliment you on the turkey but.....it's gone
I'm sure it was good

By the way, how many kitchen tables do you have?
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You deep fried the fatties?
No, they were smoked. But I bet you could deep fry those things!
Nick food looked great as usual! I would pass on the deep fried fatties if I were you. I deep fried a butt one time and lets just say it didn't turn out well, and I'd imagine the same would happen if you tried to fry a fatty!
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Looks great Nick...I love a deep fryed turkey
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Mmmm crunchy goodness.
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Nice lookin turkey...I've often thought of purchasing a fryer to do turkeys......is it much work???
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Nice lookin turkey...I've often thought of purchasing a fryer to do turkeys......is it much work???
The only bad part is getting rid of all the oil when your done cooking....
I put 2 big containers out to the curb and the garbage men wouldn't take them...finaly the third week they did...and we had an oil spill going down the street....mind you it was in the summer the whole neighborhood smelled like fryed turkey.
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Nice lookin turkey...I've often thought of purchasing a fryer to do turkeys......is it much work???
The only bad part is getting rid of all the oil when your done cooking....
I put 2 big containers out to the curb and the garbage men wouldn't take them...finaly the third week they did...and we had an oil spill going down the street....mind you it was in the summer the whole neighborhood smelled like fryed turkey.
Yeah, oil is the issue. I have a "Wing It" buffalo chicken wing fryer and hate to find somewhere to put the oil.
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I posted this in the Fryer section earlier
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They need to come and get the 12 gallons I have.
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We strain the oil and use it e few times before we need to dump it. Then we take it to work & put it in the builders dumpster!
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We strain the oil and use it e few times before we need to dump it. Then we take it to work & put it in the builders dumpster!
I can't believe you would do that
I have never dumped anything in a builder's dumpster

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