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  1. #21
    I finally pieced togeather all my stuff to fry my first turkey this year. satuday is the big day.
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  3. #22
    We have been frying for about 5 years. Nothing better.

  4. #23
    U guys need To invite me over, I want fried turkey :p

    Happy Thanksgiving and drive safe...
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    The other day, while watching the show about moon shiners I had a memory jolt when they brought up Apple Pie Moonshine. It has been years since I have had it.
    I looked over at my bar and eyed the bottle of Ever Clear I had on display and my mind went to work.
    Well the wife had to work today and I just finished cleaning up and there is no evidence that I just made a gallon of it.
    Man is it good.
    Looks like a new tradition may be in the offing.
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    I used to smoke a turkey every year. Since no one ate it but me....and I really do not like turkey...I stopped.

    Was in the store yesterday, a lady told me that her husband uses the "cajun injector" when he smokes a turkey. Something that I may try, but not for this Thanksgiving. I will be frying three turkeys tomorrow morning. I normally inject it with Tony Cachere's Cajun Butter, but am trying "Cajun Injected" brand this time. I have been frying them for at least six years. I usually have to get up at midnight to cook them before work, but now I work weekends.

    I have never had a dry fried turkey. If you go roughly by the directions you should have no problem.
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  7. #26
    Turkey came out A+ , brined it the night before in chicken stalk, water, salt, pepper, 3 bay leaves, oregano , cayenne pepper.

    Fried it In canola oil (no luck on peanut) for 35 mins took it out and put the glaze on (chopped walnuts, whiskey, maple syrup and fancy mustard).

    I have been missing out.
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  8. #27
    no sheep: I hope you remembered to treat your insides with some of the whiskey ;)
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  9. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by JimPage View Post
    no sheep: I hope you remembered to treat your insides with some of the whiskey ;)

    Nope I just had some beers, Im not much for hard booze but when I do its mixed drinks with gin.
    rmw66- "gun free zones = criminal empowerment zones "

  10. #29
    i've deep fried them and it's ok and much quicker.........but i like the traditional stuffed way the best still ......i like the stuffing the gravy from the drippings and the smell of it cooking long and slow
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    We generally smoke cigars and EAT the turkey.
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