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    guys, remember, when it comes to such a sacred holiday as Thanksgiving, spring for the good stuff! don't just go buy a butterball, go a to a butcher shop (carneceria for those of the latin persuasion) and get a nice big fat bird. get all the accessories too! I guarentee you wont be disappointed, the little things butcher's can do amounts to a lot when you compare it to grocery stores and the mainstream. Holidays are big for those guys, so try to support them!









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    I am a happy guy when I get the liver, gizzard, and heart!

    Yum, yum! :grin:

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    "vikesls" wrote:
    cajunvike - I saw that turducken thing when I got my Tday bird. I was curious but didn't want to risk it with the inlaws coming. Though I might try it at New Years.

    Do you have any advice for a Turducken rookie? I thought I might use my rotisserie.
    You could probably use a rotisserie, but cooking it the same way as a conventional turkey is usually the way to go...it's easier and less chance of messing it up. The cooking time is usually listed on the box (very similar to a conventional turkey, again)...so there isn't much to it. The important thing to remember is that a turducken is pretty much deboned meat (a deboned duck stuffed into a deboned chicken stuffed into a deboned turkey and filled with stuffing as well). This gives you three different meats plus the stuffing to taste...it is pretty special. We usually alternate between that and a deep-fat fried turkey...my wife prefers the turducken but my stepson prefers the deep-fat fried turkey (he likes to be the one to cook it, so I don't have to do much either way...works for me!).

    Good luck with it! :grin:
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    Ahhh Thanksgiving food, can't wait til Thursday! BTW I saw one of those turducken's at the grocery store today and they are fricken expensive! I think this one was like 70 bucks.

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    "WBLVikeBabe" wrote:
    Ahhh Thanksgiving food, can't wait til Thursday! BTW I saw one of those turducken's at the grocery store today and they are fricken expensive! I think this one was like 70 bucks.
    That is expensive. I heard McKinnie paid over $70 for his last meal of taters.

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    I also love the gizzard, liver and heart..

    But the best part is Desert, MUD FLAP PIE.....YuMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM MMMMMMMMMMMMM


    I LOVE THE SMELL OF VICTORY IN THE MORNING AIR.

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    On a serious note,

    My wife has to work, all my kin is far away.


    But we have planned a nice dinner at the VFW for us unforutnets...


    My son will be by my side and thats all I can ask for........

    Everyone,
    Have a great Happy Thankgiving, and enjoy the games..

    Viking Ned


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    I'm a veggie...yea for tofurkey! :shock:

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    "DCPologirl" wrote:
    I'm a veggie...yea for tofurkey! :shock:
    ewwwwwww ukeright:

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    lol DC that's hilarious!

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