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Old 11-09-2010, 06:28 PM
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whats your turkey day plans?

yes the holidays are coming up and you know what that means!! food!!! We are going to be frying 2 turkeys and a side of ham thankgiving and i cant wait..what are you all going to do?
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Old 11-21-2010, 11:11 AM
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I am doing my turkey in a off main stream kinda way. I cook mine in a trash can with charcoal. Its called trash can turkey, and its the best way to cook a turkey that I know of. You can cook a 20lb turkey in just over 2 hours. I know oil is faster, but this is much safer, and the white meat will still be moist.
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Old 11-25-2010, 10:32 PM
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I went to my Inlaws in Idaho falls. damn were the roads nasty just north of blackfoot
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Turkey, green bean casserole, regular green beans (for the kids), mashed taters, gravy, rolls and stuffing. No computer. Football and family time. Movie night. Great day.

My women (wife and two teenage daughters) are hitting the stores for Black Friday. They'll be leaving about the time I'm ready for bed. If I don't see them before they leave this morning, I'll get to see them before I leave for work later tonight.

Let the leftovers feasting begin. Gonna need some tomato and purple onion for the turkey sandwiches. Yuuumm, yum!
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well one thanksgiving down one to go tomorrow..man it was nummy yesterday!! i forgot to take a pic of our tent we had set up.. we had the fryer under a 10x10 tent and then a huge propane heater under it too...and we tore up the snow in my brthers 4wheller!! it was a blast!!!
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Sounds like fun.
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