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Old 11-14-2014, 06:39 PM   #26755
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OK all you turkey mutants! (Hey Steve, you should call this your GTC, Grand Turkey Curiosity). I just saw this today. You fry the turkey in Duck fat, supposed to make it real tasty? Or am I too late to the party, and you already know this?
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Old 11-14-2014, 06:47 PM   #26756
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OK all you turkey mutants! (Hey Steve, you should call this your GTC, Grand Turkey Curiosity). I just saw this today. You fry the turkey in Duck fat, supposed to make it real tasty? Or am I too late to the party, and you already know this?

Hey, I like the idea.
How about cooking bacon in duck fat?
Seriously? My Uncle Duane often cooked a goose WITH a turkey on a rotiserie so the goose fat dribbled on the turkey, and it was always OMNOM. Hmmmm.
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How do you when you goose is cooked then Dave?

although...

Nola has been heard to say your goose is cooked alla time.
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How do you when you goose is cooked then Dave?

although...

Nola has been heard to say your goose is cooked alla time.

My goose was cooked over 46 years ago!
If I am being anoying, she reminds me that I am her first husband.
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Bob now making up little show tune sounding songs about not liking all the construction in Dallas area...
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Da ribs be done
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Can ya smell the mesquite?
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The mesquite smells wonderful, much better than hickory, which is sometimes bitter tasting. Nummy! lucky rib eaters.
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Part of leaving on our Full Time adventure was getting away from the never ending construction in the DFW area. I feel your pain...
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The mesquite smells wonderful, much better than hickory, which is sometimes bitter tasting. Nummy! lucky rib eaters.

Thanks Judy!
It was THAT good, and leftovers for tomorrow!
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OK all you turkey mutants! (Hey Steve, you should call this your GTC, Grand Turkey Curiosity). I just saw this today. You fry the turkey in Duck fat, supposed to make it real tasty? Or am I too late to the party, and you already know this?
We use a Cajun injection and a smoker. The smoker is 2 levels. The idea was to find a goose for the top rack and turkey for the bottom rack. As it is we have yet to find the goose....
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We use a Cajun injection and a smoker. The smoker is 2 levels. The idea was to find a goose for the top rack and turkey for the bottom rack. As it is we have yet to find the goose....

Oh yeah! I did the Eeeasy Part ... Brought the turkey. Pasture raised on friends' farm. Now where the dickens is that goose? Sure would like to taste that goose-fat-basted gobbler.
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There was a surprise mutant siting here in Rockport this afternoon... she is taking a picture way down there at the other end of the table... it's the FEGC@CL flag waving mutant Jne and Dave.
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Half the table...

Well, heck! You didn't show the good-lookin side of the table!

BTW, Martin checked the decibel levels before food arrived: 111+! I think that's about a loud motorcycle or somethin. Dwayne? Anybody?
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