Kyro: [us.123rf.com image 400x600]
Smeggy Smurf: Brine your turkey then smoke it, then eat it.
atlfarkette: Kyro: [us.123rf.com image 400x600]Are pizza joints open on Thanksgiving day?
Kyro: atlfarkette: Kyro: [us.123rf.com image 400x600]Are pizza joints open on Thanksgiving day?Yup.
monty666: Do a turkey?[i.imgur.com image 183x275]
atlfarkette: Huh. I did not know that.
ferretman: [www.peta.org image 600x465]
atlfarkette: I've never had deep fried turkey but I really want to try it.
loonatic112358: ferretman: [www.peta.org image 600x465]doesn't that violate truth in labeling laws?
loonatic112358: First you warm the crucible up to 2500 degrees or so, then you start adding iron and scrap steel, some carbon, some nickel and some manganeseWhile that's melting you prep your mold by heating it up with a torch, this has the effect of causing oil binder in the dirt to burn off, hardening the mold and eliminating any gas from the oil when you pour. Also a hot mold means the steel stays liquid longer, so you have fewer pockets in your metal
Russ1642: Thanksgiving was a couple weeks ago.
missmez: I'm not allowed anywhere near the turkey. Mr. Mez has a Christmas Story-like obsession with holiday turkey and insists on doing the roasting himself. He brines, roasts it breast down in a bag, and finishes it rightside up to brown. He also injects it with seasoned lime butter
Spoon over Marin: I hate turkey so last year we got a mess of fajita stuff and a tradition was born.
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