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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    "Garland" wrote:
    Turkey quiz

    http://home.aristotle.net/Thanksgiving/trivia.asp

    I only scored an 11/20 :-[
    Geez, I only got 9/20--and I am a native New Englander.
    I thought my mother in-law was crazy the first time she did this but she seasons the turkey then puts it in a paper shopping bag and staples it shut before baking.
    No basting or anything.
    The results are not matched--juicy, tender and golden brown.
    The only other way we would consider doing it now is deep frying!
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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    "pattyosviKING" wrote:
    I only got 8 right.

    However, as a certified sanitation professionall I must say that the last answer is incorrect.
    Thawing under refridgeration is always the best way (definetly not the fastest, but the safest).
    The question must mean best=safe and fast
    You are right. For safety sake it is recommended you thaw the turkey in the fridge for a few days. I got 12 right. Like Marr, I'll be eating wild turkey this year. I got this one bowhunting.
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    Damn hard achievement my friend.
    I only have two to my credit with the bow. Were you in a ground blind or stand?
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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    "Vikeman" wrote:
    "Garland" wrote:
    Turkey quiz

    http://home.aristotle.net/Thanksgiving/trivia.asp

    I only scored an 11/20 :-[
    Geez, I only got 9/20--and I am a native New Englander.
    I thought my mother in-law was crazy the first time she did this but she seasons the turkey then puts it in a paper shopping bag and staples it shut before baking.
    No basting or anything.
    The results are not matched--juicy, tender and golden brown.
    The only other way we would consider doing it now is deep frying!
    Both ways are good but the deep fried turkey is the way to go.
    I have a buddy that deep fries one for the Super Bowl Extravaganza I host every year.

    Got 12 right on 90% guesses.............

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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    Thought this would fit with GG's theme.

    http://www.southbank-design.co.uk/turkeyshoot/index.htm

    I got a 16266.
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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    "Marrdro" wrote:
    "COJOMAY" wrote:
    "pattyosviKING" wrote:
    I only got 8 right.

    However, as a certified sanitation professionall I must say that the last answer is incorrect.
    Thawing under refridgeration is always the best way (definetly not the fastest, but the safest).
    The question must mean best=safe and fast
    You are right. For safety sake it is recommended you thaw the turkey in the fridge for a few days. I got 12 right. Like Marr, I'll be eating wild turkey this year. I got this one bowhunting.
    [img width=450 height=517]http://i286.photobucket.com/albums/ll110/COJOMAY/croppedturkry.jpg[/img]
    Damn hard achievement my friend.
    I only have two to my credit with the bow. Were you in a ground blind or stand?
    I hunt out of a ground blind and have gotten several with my bow. I don't hunt with a gun at all anymore. Just a personal preference and challenge.
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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    11/20

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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

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    I really want to go hunting

    But I can't figure out where to take gun safety here in Fargo
    You are too late to sign up for the next session in the Fargo are, but here's is the link to contact the ND Game and Fish for when you can sign up

    https://secure.apps.state.nd.us/gnf/onlineservices/lic/public/online/hunterEducation/hunterEdCoursesList.htm

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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    12/20 and like Zeus, I guessed at most of them!
    Bow hunting has always interested me, but I never knew you could hunt turkey with one.
    I have some vacation property up near the Canadian border and there are wild turkey everywhere.
    Flocks stand in the middle of the highway like they think they own the place!
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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    "PacNWVike" wrote:
    12/20 and like Zeus, I guessed at most of them!
    Bow hunting has always interested me, but I never knew you could hunt turkey with one.
    I have some vacation property up near the Canadian border and there are wild turkey everywhere.
    Flocks stand in the middle of the highway like they think they own the place!
    Check with your state game and fish laws. It may not be legal in ALL states although I think it is. You use the same equipment that you do for deer. Broadheads! Expanding broadheads make for a bigger cutting area. I took the one in the photo with a 2 bladed Rage broadhead head at 30 yards.
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    Re: Let's talk turkey!

    I got 10...but really thought I was gonna score better

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