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    Default Dream turkey

    Now this is a nice looking bird
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    Default Re: Dream turkey

    You don't think there might be a wee bit more bacon grease than desired?
    Bird

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    Now that looks good. I'd deep fry that sucker!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Bird
    You don't think there might be a wee bit more bacon grease than desired?
    I asked the wife to try this, guess you know the answer! We have bacon here about once a month and I get one piece! **** I hate some things about growing oler.

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    What weighed more, the pig or the poultry?

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    Default Re: Dream turkey

    This is still the best eating bird.
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    Default Re: Dream turkey

    Those are some good looking birds.
    The wife and I are going elsewhere for thanksgiving. No Idea what the bird will look like

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    Default Re: Dream turkey

    I have a 22 pounder just coming out of the smoker...............
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    Quote Originally Posted by johnk View Post
    I have a 22 pounder just coming out of the smoker...............
    looks like it might have gotten a bit too hot they are called smokers not burners

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    Default Re: Dream turkey

    We just ate our turkey a hour ago, it was soooooooooooooooooooooo good.
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