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Thanks MadMax ... Now I'm Stuck

FatDogFatDog Posts: 164
edited 3:41PM in EggHead Forum
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<p />Thanks Mad Max for your turkey method. I did one for Christmas dinner yesterday and the family (extended bunch, I might add) liked it so much that they insist that I do ALL the cooking for future family get-togethers. While I appreciate the nod, I'm sure going to miss those people!!![p]Seriously, the turkey was the best ever and the gravy was so good it would make a Southern boy slap his own momma (and that just doesn't happen). I did the bird as directed with a small chunk of apple wood for smoke. I also made some really good yeast rolls and some cranberry sauce. A good time was had by all.[p]The pix is the bird about an hour before being done.

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  • FatDogFatDog Posts: 164
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    <p />FatDog,
    Sorry for the big pic ... new digital camera for Christmas and have yet to read the instructions. Here's a smaller pic of the turkey.

  • FatDog,
    actually, i kinda liked the big picture. .heeee . .[p]glad it all turned out so good for you. ..

  • Mad Max, the Holiday Turkey King.[p]It does have a ring to it. Waydago for bringing such holiday joy to so many new and old eggers attempting the big bird for a holiday meal.[p]Cheers![p]Ed[p]
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