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    Exclamation Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Schedule accordingly. Might want to deep fry the turkey in the driveway between storms.

    Bookend Nor'easters?


    Use caution, however.



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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Tall flame 6 feet from the house. That looks safe.

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Tree looks well cooked.

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Ha Ha
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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    funny you mention this Patti. My oven is not working and am thinking I might still do thanksgiving at home. Deep fried turkey might be the best option....

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Quote Originally Posted by Typ0 View Post
    funny you mention this Patti. My oven is not working and am thinking I might still do thanksgiving at home. Deep fried turkey might be the best option....
    We actually have done them. First, not too close to the house. We do it in the driveway a bit closer to the street. Free entertainment for the neighbors! (When we did it I also did a traditional turkey in the oven for the whole stuffing etc. aspect, so we had two turkeys) Anyway, they cook a LOT faster than a regular turkey. I want to say ours was done in 45 minutes. Also make sure it's thawed and dried off some before you lower it in. If you drop it in as a ball of ice you will get a spectacular and somewhat dangerous effect of roiling, spitting oil. (not as exciting as the flame picture, but more excitment than we wanted for our first fried turkey) Subsequent fried turkeys have gone just fine.

    The taste is great -- really moist!

    Patti

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    we started injecting Franks Red Hot into the meat of our turkeys before we fry them, and then we cook them a little longer so they're extra crispy... comes out great, especially if you get a piece from where you put the franks
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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Quote Originally Posted by Discotrish View Post
    We actually have done them. First, not too close to the house. We do it in the driveway a bit closer to the street. Free entertainment for the neighbors! (When we did it I also did a traditional turkey in the oven for the whole stuffing etc. aspect, so we had two turkeys) Anyway, they cook a LOT faster than a regular turkey. I want to say ours was done in 45 minutes. Also make sure it's thawed and dried off some before you lower it in. If you drop it in as a ball of ice you will get a spectacular and somewhat dangerous effect of roiling, spitting oil. (not as exciting as the flame picture, but more excitment than we wanted for our first fried turkey) Subsequent fried turkeys have gone just fine.


    The taste is great -- really moist!

    Patti
    Never had deep fried turkey before. May have to try it with a smaller turkey to see what its like.

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Quote Originally Posted by Discotrish View Post
    We actually have done them. First, not too close to the house. We do it in the driveway a bit closer to the street. Free entertainment for the neighbors! (When we did it I also did a traditional turkey in the oven for the whole stuffing etc. aspect, so we had two turkeys) Anyway, they cook a LOT faster than a regular turkey. I want to say ours was done in 45 minutes. Also make sure it's thawed and dried off some before you lower it in. If you drop it in as a ball of ice you will get a spectacular and somewhat dangerous effect of roiling, spitting oil. (not as exciting as the flame picture, but more excitment than we wanted for our first fried turkey) Subsequent fried turkeys have gone just fine.

    The taste is great -- really moist!

    Patti
    Using valuable oil that could be used for cooking or heating after a disaster to make a perishable food product in the driveway where all that heat vanishes into thin air? How could you?

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Quote Originally Posted by OpIv37 View Post
    Using valuable oil that could be used for cooking or heating after a disaster to make a perishable food product in the driveway where all that heat vanishes into thin air? How could you?
    that is what she's usinig the oil for

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    the day I got kicked out of the stadium and wrecked my car I deep fried a turkey at the tailgate. I still have a piece of BillsFever's jogging pants stuck to the burner

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    Quote Originally Posted by OpIv37 View Post
    Using valuable oil that could be used for cooking or heating after a disaster to make a perishable food product in the driveway where all that heat vanishes into thin air? How could you?

    We use quality peanut oil. As long as you don't use a rub on the turkey, the oil will come out clean and can be used a few times. We've been doing it for years, getting about three cooks per oil.

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    Re: Pre- and Post-Thanksgiving Nor'eastsers Planned

    everyone knows you deep fry a turkey inside, in a carpeted room. those are the rules.

    as for the noreasters.. thats a joke, right?

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