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any head-counts of turkey birds being done a la mad max?

BlueRidgeBlueRidge Posts: 84
edited 11:52AM in EggHead Forum
Given the large volume of traffic regarding MadMax's turkey I was curious if anyone has ever tried to get a head count of how many are benifiting from his hard work? If so, have you done it before and how many times?[p]I'm giving it a go for the first time and am really looking forward to the eggspierience...


  • BlueRidge,I am going to give it a go(a la Madmax) this year,my first time doing a big bird on my egg

  • BlueRidge,
    this will be my third mad max turkey & gravy and i'm doing another one a week from saturday.

  • BlueRidge,
    after all this turkey talk i think i'm gonna make spam. ...[p]just kidding. ...i'm all set to go!! ..

  • BlueRidge,
    I'm in but it won't be until Sat. I did one last year and every one in the family said it was the best turkey last year. Max has the entire cook down to a science so you can relax and enjoy. Happy Thanksgiving!

  • Ron_LRon_L Posts: 163
    I'm a mad Max virgin.[p]Wait... that doesn't sound right...[p]This will be my first Mad Max turkey and my first turkey on an Egg.[p]...ron

  • JD McGeeJD McGee Posts: 250
    BlueRidge,[p]Mad Max Turkey Virgin here too...but not for long!!! Pics to follow on Turkeyday![p]JD
    Wine Country "Q" Competition BBQ Team Pacific Northwest BBQ Association's 2011 "Team Of The Year"
  • 1st turkey on the egg - going the mad Max route with a bit of apple and cherry mixed in the lump. I've been frying 'em for the past 8 years, looking forward to something a bit different this year. Just hope I'm not drunk by the time the turkey is done. Frying only took 45~60 minutes (2~3 beers). Looks like my 20 lb'er will take 4~5 hours on the egg - that's a lot of beer!
  • BlueRidge,[p]I'm in...
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