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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: kjwolvy] #13774945 11/18/20 03:31 AM
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Originally Posted by kjwolvy
In the oven. No use taking a healthy food and dunking it in grease.


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Its thanksgiving, cook a turkey in the oven.

4th July, fry a turkey, just don’t let your dumb [censored] bro inlaw trip and light up the patio up with hot grease.


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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Moto-Moto] #13774951 11/18/20 03:37 AM
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Fried just like Baby Jesus intended!


4 minutes per pound at 325-350 degrees!


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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: HasBen] #13774954 11/18/20 03:39 AM
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Originally Posted by HasBen
This year we are cooking a turducken from Heberts specialty meats. Usually I bake a turkey using Alton Browns recipe for brined turkey. Always turns out good. Fried turkey is excellent and not greasy.


Turducken from Heberts is legit! You won't regret that decision.


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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Moto-Moto] #13774974 11/18/20 04:04 AM
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In your girlfriend's oven

Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Moto-Moto] #13774975 11/18/20 04:04 AM
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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: CKINCAID] #13774982 11/18/20 04:15 AM
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Originally Posted by CKINCAID
In your girlfriend's oven


Very nice. roflmao

Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Moto-Moto] #13774993 11/18/20 04:47 AM
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I’ve smoked mine after brining. I’ve enjoyed them. Fried is my favorite, though. Oven baked least favorite but edible if brined. I want to try brine, spatchcock and smoked.


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I don’t like turkey, but everyone else around me does. I am going to brine, then smoke ours this year.


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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Spiderman] #13775059 11/18/20 11:03 AM
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Originally Posted by Spiderman
Originally Posted by HasBen
This year we are cooking a turducken from Heberts specialty meats. Usually I bake a turkey using Alton Browns recipe for brined turkey. Always turns out good. Fried turkey is excellent and not greasy.


Turducken from Heberts is legit! You won't regret that decision.



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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Moto-Moto] #13775063 11/18/20 11:10 AM
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fried in the oilless big easy for dad's house, but the inlaws are from NY so they still oven bake with [censored] shoved up it's rear. It's dry and gross. Most years I take a fried one over there and it gets eaten more than the smoked, but I don't dive a dam this year so they are on their own.


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Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Moto-Moto] #13775069 11/18/20 11:27 AM
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Ours will be brinded and oven baked . If you do it this way and it comes out dry and yuckie you did something very wrong . Happy Thanksgiving to all .

Re: How do you cook your turkey? [Re: Moto-Moto] #13775072 11/18/20 11:31 AM
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Originally Posted by Moto-Moto
Anything other than deep fried is dry and nasty. But how do yall do it? breakdance

I still use the Big Easy cooker, and it tastes like fried but is not dry.


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