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Old 12-25-2002, 10:53 AM
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What are yall having today ?
 
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Old 12-25-2002, 11:14 AM
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I just finished shoveling the snow off the deck to throw the Turkey on the Holland grill. Sure is tasty that way
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Old 12-25-2002, 11:17 AM
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I love Deep fried turkey! I cooked one for Thanksgiving and another for my office Christmas party. I'm having Ham today. It's snowing / raining here today so I don't know if I could use my turkey cooker anyway. I had lobster, shrimp and scallops last night. Tis the season, I'm getting ready to tap into the Crown Royal any minute now!
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Old 12-25-2002, 11:25 AM
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Smokeing a turkey as we speak, started the river drinks
about two hr,s ago. Hope everyone is having a good
holiday.
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Going to friend's house in an hour or so.

Having TURDUCKEN. It'll be my first.

It's boneless TURkey with stuffing in it and also stuffed with a boneless DUCk with stuffing in it and also stuffed with a boneless chicKEN with stuffing in it.

I'll let you know how it is...
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Starting off with crab legs.....yummy!
+ a few more goodies as the begining while the girls prepare the dinner.

Later this afternoon were having tenderloin along with french onion soup and a bunch of sides.

tommorow I go shopping for a bigger pair of pants.

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Old 12-25-2002, 12:17 PM
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Turkey stuffed with Duck, then stuffed with Chicken???

Wow, never heard of that one.
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B-queing a couple of nice poterhouses...asparagus, artichokes , white corn and some other tasty treats.....all this after making breakfast fo rthe wife this morning...gotta run ..there is laundry to fold
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mcollinstn That sounds awsome!!! Send me the recipe
 
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TURDUCKEN report:

The TURDUCKEN was really good. We baked it and sliced it crosswise (like you would slice a cucumber). The dressings in it were a sausage rice dressing and a spicy creole cornbread dressing.

This thing rocked. Not a typical Holiday turkey kind of flavor, mind you.

As far as a recipe, none of us actually made it, it was ordered from a place in North Carolina. Don't see why it would be hard to make it though. The hardest part would be finding boneless duck and boneless turkey to make it with. I guess you'd need to slowcook a turkey and a duck about halfway or so, then strip the meat and cut it so you could kind of "roll" the whole thing up like a big sausage pinwheel. I did notice that the outer layer of turkey was in pieces big enough to hold the whole ordeal together (it was wrapped in chef's twine).

I'll try to find a website for it.
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