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HonestChieffan 08:58 AM 11-12-2019


We are just a couple weeks away from Thanksgiving Day and started making plans for celebrating the day. Here is a good read on history:
https://carm.org/thanksgiving

We have done Turkey about every way possible and we seem to alway go back to traditional side dishes...Sweet potatoes, green bean casserole, fruit salad, cranberries, even mashed potatoes and of course dressing.

So many things we all have to be thankful for!!

What do you all do? Anything not as traditional?
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HonestChieffan 05:41 PM 11-14-2019
Originally Posted by vailpass:
So...is that bacon on top of a deviled egg? Because, like all things bacon added, it seems like a good idea.

https://natashaskitchen.com/deviled-eggs/
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HonestChieffan 08:43 AM 11-17-2019

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ptlyon 09:28 AM 11-17-2019
Originally Posted by Just Passin' By:
Why didn't people just label the egg holding container? I often make multiple types of stuffed egg, and I label them and put them in separate containers to avoid confusion.

With the exception of only holding 20 egg halves rather than 24, this container

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B000QRFOLC...ing=UTF8&psc=1

works great for the job.
:-)

I didn't label the antifreeze punch?
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HonestChieffan 06:12 PM 11-19-2019
Looking like I'll do a splatchcocked Turkey on the Weber Summit Charcoal. Thinking a brine for 24 hours to make it juicy. Not sure if I should slow and low with apple wood or just do charcoal
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vailpass 06:29 PM 11-19-2019
Originally Posted by HonestChieffan:
Looking like I'll do a splatchcocked Turkey on the Weber Summit Charcoal. Thinking a brine for 24 hours to make it juicy. Not sure if I should slow and low with apple wood or just do charcoal
Sounds like a little work but tasty. You brining before you butterfly it or after?
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banecat 07:05 PM 11-19-2019
Originally Posted by Megatron96:
Live or dead/cooked gator?
Gator's not bad if prepared right
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BucEyedPea 08:00 PM 11-19-2019
Originally Posted by banecat:
Gator's not bad if prepared right
This is true, plus it has 7 different meats. I think the meat I had tasted like veal. No, not chicken.
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BucEyedPea 08:00 PM 11-19-2019
Originally Posted by HonestChieffan:
Looking like I'll do a splatchcocked Turkey on the Weber Summit Charcoal. Thinking a brine for 24 hours to make it juicy. Not sure if I should slow and low with apple wood or just do charcoal
I wonder if I can do that to a flamingo?
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HonestChieffan 08:08 PM 11-19-2019
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Sounds like a little work but tasty. You brining before you butterfly it or after?

Im leaning toward a brine. We do a fresh bird. And doing it on the grill with my temp control fan I can really dial it in. The Missus wants me to lead on cooking since grandson will be here and we know who takes the lead....he was 1 in October, just walking, and a hoot!
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HonestChieffan 10:56 AM 11-27-2019

"THE TURKEYS ARE COMING! THE TURKEYS ARE COMING" - Paul Revere screamed during his midnight ride on April 18, 1775. lmao! #WarOnThanksgiving pic.twitter.com/sSuyD8Na3F

— Rowen (@UndeadAngel91) November 27, 2019

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HonestChieffan 10:59 AM 11-27-2019
Originally Posted by vailpass:
Sounds like a little work but tasty. You brining before you butterfly it or after?

Doing a dry brine. Rubbed the bird under skin on breasts and legs with Kosher salt, fresh rosemary, fresh thyme and fresh sage. Its gonna sit in fridge uncovered till tomorrow the splatccock and put on grill at 350 degrees They screwed up our order so its a 17 pounder...way bigger than we need. Thankfully I have a fan temperature controller on the Weber and I can set it and pretty much walk away and temps will be perfect
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SuperBowl4 11:02 AM 11-27-2019
TOFURKY
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BucEyedPea 12:52 PM 11-27-2019
There's so many ways to view Thanksgiving. It can even been viewed as an holiday for economic success, since it was the result of a change in economic policy in the Plymouth Colony. It thoroughly repudiates collectivist economics-- socialism, fascism and communism. It can be viewed as a result of a peaceful foreign policy, where Indians and Englishman cooperated with one another to their mutual benefit. Now, both of those are somethings to truly be thankful for. So no NeoCon has a legitimate reason for celebrating it based on the latter. No leftist, prog or socialist/commie has a right celebrating it based on the economics that enabled the First Thanksgiving to happen, let alone be celebrated. I supposed the diverse multicultural attendance is the only reason for them to celebrate it.

Just keeping this thread political since it hasn't been and was never intended to be by the original poster.
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vailpass 01:17 PM 11-27-2019
I ended up getting a fully cooked smoked turkey from Sam's Club. Heard they were good and I like easy since this will be a secondary bird for home leftovers.
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Just Passin' By 01:47 PM 11-27-2019
Originally Posted by vailpass:
I ended up getting a fully cooked smoked turkey from Sam's Club. Heard they were good and I like easy since this will be a secondary bird for home leftovers.
:-)

Interesting idea. I'm cooking a second bird just for the extra stuffing.
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