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    Quote Originally Posted by stargazer401
    Hey, has anyone ever deep-fried a turkey? I've heard its really good but I've never tried it.
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    Okay, I'm showin' my hick roots here, but . . .

    It is the most delicious thing you'll ever taste in your life!!! My Aunt Jean (she's really my great-aunt, but anyway) has deep-fried 'em for years. She injects them with ranch dressing, and oh, Lordy, there's never any left!

    ETA: yeah, tracylee, they're kinda hazardous, though. My cousin almost bought the farm one year when she ran into it. It tipped over and thank god it missed her, but it was almost really bad.
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    mmm. ranch dressing...
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    Quote Originally Posted by chirospasm
    :slobber

    Okay, I'm showin' my hick roots here, but . . .

    It is the most delicious thing you'll ever taste in your life!!! My Aunt Jean (she's really my great-aunt, but anyway) has deep-fried 'em for years. She injects them with ranch dressing, and oh, Lordy, there's never any left!
    I've always wanted to try that. I get a lot outdoors catalogs in the mail that always has turkey fyers in them. I'm tempted to buy one - I think my cooking equipment collection (Smoker, Meat grinder/sausage stuffer) needs some expanding.
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    I can't believe this thread has made it three pages already. Usually all of my threads are DOA
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    My family has fried a turkey, and it was truly delicious. It is not greasy tasting at all; the skin (if you eat that part) is crispy. We put cajun seasoning under the skin, and it is so moist. The best part is that it only takes about one-half hour to cook!

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    mmm... cheeseburgers.... This thead might make me too hungry
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    I don't even like Turkey and you've all got me going. That deep fried turkey sounds fantastic.

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    Sure, Canadians are always allowed There are so many Canadians in FORT, we wouldn't have much of a party without you.
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