Whats everyone got planned


#1

For Thanksgiving?
We will be driving all over the town going to eat lunch at one place and dinner at another and so on and so on. I think we do more driving than eating!!


#2

I don’t know yet, but we shall eat

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#3

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[quote=Hurt911gen]I don’t know yet, but we shall eat

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that sheep looks confused. i think its because youre sposed to have turkey on thanksgiving…


#4

i live in Utah, what seems to be a joke in NY might well be death in utah :smiley:


#5

i been invited to joe n veronicas for t-giving…eh


#6

i think im going to my aunts house. i havent been there for the past 2 thanksgivens


#7

wherever there is food, i don’t care. I’m gonna eat til i pass out.


#8

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:rock :smiley:


#9

I’m not really sure what I’m going to be doing. I would work if the boss would let me. I don’t really do the family thing except with my parents. Love em to death.


#10

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I am cooking a turkey with all the works at my apartment…room mate is leaving for Ct… :smiley:


#11

i really want to try the deep fried turkey (like when you fill a drum full of oil, and dump the turkey in whole. any of you ever do that?


#12

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That shits goooooooood man. Gooooooood. :rock


#13

so youve done it? hehe.

i have no idea if ill be able to even try it or not, but while on the topic… is there any special way to do it, or just get the oil hot and throw big bird in


#14

i think the oil needs to get to 350 degrees and cook it for 45 minutes depending on the size of the bird. i never had it before but i saw it done on tv a little while ago. looked damn good


#15

hmm… and how to get an oil of drum to 350 degrees…??

bonfire?
hehe


#16

You know they make cookers for that right? I did it last year… haha.
Yeah, get the oil up to 350 and sloooowwly drop the bird in. Its really really good. The turkey stays all juicy and doesn’t get all dried out and whatnot. I can’t wait to do it again in a few weeks. :rock


#17

oh and by the way, heres a video i just found , which shows how NOT to do it…
http://www.ul.com/turkeyfryers/fryer.mpg

but the pots they were using were tiny, if i did it id probbaly use a nice big metal drum or something, not full all the way


#18

Good luck with that man. I don’t want a drum of hot ass grease around me for sure. Plus that cooking oil for the fryers is not cheap.


#19

i was just reading an artical that says you can use peanut oil, or veg. oil. peanut is more authenticly cajun though.

i dunno if id do it this year, but i def. want to try it at some point.

here is the article, its pretty explanatory…
http://allrecipes.com/advice/coll/all/articles/242P1.asp


#20

I use peanut oil.