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PostPosted: Sat Nov 11, 2017 11:24 pm 
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I'll never go back to the oven.


Can we at least start making Tiny work for his jokes?


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Just got my annual 35 gallons of Peanut Oil today.

Doing 3 turkeys this year and going to deep fry some also.

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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Just got my annual 35 gallons of Peanut Oil today.

Doing 3 turkeys this year and going to deep fry some also.


Am I crazy or is that a lot of oil?

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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Hank Scorpio wrote:
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Just got my annual 35 gallons of Peanut Oil today.

Doing 3 turkeys this year and going to deep fry some also.


Am I crazy or is that a lot of oil?


I think it's 35 pounds. Maybe I'm wrong.

The standard box you get at Costco. It was cheap this year. Only $32. There were years it was well into the $40s.

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That's 35 pounds.

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Hank Scorpio wrote:
Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Just got my annual 35 gallons of Peanut Oil today.

Doing 3 turkeys this year and going to deep fry some also.


Am I crazy or is that a lot of oil?



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My first deep-fried turkey experiences at 06:45 on CFR 001.

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Just got my annual 35 gallons of Peanut Oil today.

Doing 3 turkeys this year and going to deep fry some also.

Are you cooking at Great Lakes Naval Base?

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Turkey with a chocolate mole actually sounds fabulous. Would like to do a Mexican-themed Thanksgiving, but that might be considered some sort of cultural atrocity. Would have to check with JUAN.


I am cooking an 8 lb pork shoulder, and making tacos on Thanksgiving. Why do a ton of work to prepare and cook food (turkey and the fixings) that is just average?

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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
Just got my annual 35 gallons of Peanut Oil today.

Doing 3 turkeys this year and going to deep fry some also.

Are you cooking at Great Lakes Naval Base?


Much like firing up the smoker, buying the meat is generally the cheapest part.

If you're going to the trouble to fire it up, one more turkey is just $15 and another beer or two (43 minutes).

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I am cooking an 8 lb pork shoulder, and making tacos on Thanksgiving. Why do a ton of work to prepare and cook food (turkey and the fixings) that is just average?

:cheers:

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I just don't know what Mexicans think of the holiday. Lot of historical issues...,


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35 gallons? What the heck do you do with 35 gallons of oil? Does this arrive via tanker?


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He’s going to deep fry a side of beef in the jacuzzi.


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35 gallons? What the heck do you do with 35 gallons of oil? Does this arrive via tanker?


35 pounds. It's about 4 gallons.

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I just don't know what Mexicans think of the holiday. Lot of historical issues...,

What?

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Oh, I see. I put gallons in the first post.

Yes, I meant pounds.

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Oh, I see. I put gallons in the first post.

Yes, I meant pounds.

Good thing you aren't an update host.

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Dr. Kenneth Noisewater wrote:
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Just got my annual 35 gallons of Peanut Oil today.

Doing 3 turkeys this year and going to deep fry some also.

Are you cooking at Great Lakes Naval Base?


Much like firing up the smoker, buying the meat is generally the cheapest part.

If you're going to the trouble to fire it up, one more turkey is just $15 and another beer or two (43 minutes).


A $15 turkey? What the hell is that?


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 Post subject: Re: Deep Frying Turkey
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I’m not deep frying a 22 pound turkey.

Keep it 13 pounds or under.

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I just don't know what Mexicans think of the holiday. Lot of historical issues...,

What?

:lol: :lol:

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Saw an electric deep fryer add on deadspin. $88 on amazon.

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Well the European conquest of what is now Mexico was one of the worst genocides in history. And Mexicans are descendants of those indigenous peoples. So maybe it isn't cool for me to celebrate European domination of the continent with American Indian foods (chocolate mole).

I dunno I'm just askin.


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Well the European conquest of what is now Mexico was one of the worst genocides in history. And Mexicans are descendants of those indigenous peoples. So maybe it isn't cool for me to celebrate European domination of the continent with American Indian foods (chocolate mole).

I dunno I'm just askin.

Whaaaat?

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Well the European conquest of what is now Mexico was one of the worst genocides in history. And Mexicans are descendants of those indigenous peoples. So maybe it isn't cool for me to celebrate European domination of the continent with American Indian foods (chocolate mole).
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:lol:

Drunk history would also be a correct answer.

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Hatchetman wrote:
Turkey with a chocolate mole actually sounds fabulous. Would like to do a Mexican-themed Thanksgiving, but that might be considered some sort of cultural atrocity. Would have to check with JUAN.


I am cooking an 8 lb pork shoulder, and making tacos on Thanksgiving. Why do a ton of work to prepare and cook food (turkey and the fixings) that is just average?


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Chus wrote:
Hatchetman wrote:
Turkey with a chocolate mole actually sounds fabulous. Would like to do a Mexican-themed Thanksgiving, but that might be considered some sort of cultural atrocity. Would have to check with JUAN.


I am cooking an 8 lb pork shoulder, and making tacos on Thanksgiving. Why do a ton of work to prepare and cook food (turkey and the fixings) that is just average?


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If you bash thanksgiving fixings you better come strapped. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, Mac and cheese, green bean casserole. Fight me. I'll go to war for my thanksgiving sides. :twisted:

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If you bash thanksgiving fixings you better come strapped. Stuffing, mashed potatoes, sweet potato casserole, Mac and cheese, green bean casserole. Fight me. I'll go to war for my thanksgiving sides. :twisted:


Thanksgiving is easily the second most overrated holiday in terms of food.

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